A trans- and interdisciplinary research journey – Chapter 1: Nature Nature is present in music in a variety of ways. Composers draw inspiration from it, use sounds of nature in their compositions, or make abstract connections to nature. The sounds of nature … read more »
STUDIO DAN, ENSEMBLE LUX and ENSEMBLE RECONSIL have become the “beautiful past” of the composer and violist JULIA PURGINA. Teaching as a professor at the MUSIK UND KUNST PRIVATUNIVERSITÄT DER STADT WIEN (MUK) is at the centre of her musical life, along … read more »
28 – 31 October 2014 | Austrian Cultural Forum London The Austrian Cultural Forum London’s contemporary music platform brings together composers from Austria and the UK for a week of events including concerts, talks, and open rehearsals. Now in its 11th year, … read more »
Four strings, from the clear sounds of the violin to the full tones of the cello, merge in the form of a string quartet to a homogeneous ensemble.
mica – music austria has put together a promotional package consisting of several modules for the younger representatives of contemporary music in Austria. 23 composers are represented with their compositions on 3 CDs. Furthermore, the package includes individual booklets with biographical data, … read more »
Julia Purgina is currently without doubt one of the most promising young composers in Austria. Despite her young age, she can already look back on numerous sensational performances of her compositions at home and abroad. Reason enough to portray Julia Purgina in … read more »