301.6 / 301.8

eine Produktion von PHACE

in Kooperation mit der
Internationalen Gesellschaft für Neue Musik (IGNM)

 & in Kooperation mit REAKTOR


3.3.2023 // 19:30
REAKTOR, Geblergasse 40, 1170 Wien

Doris Nicoletti, flute
Reinhold Brunner, clarinet
Michael Krenn, saxophone
Mathilde Hoursiangou, piano
Berndt Thurner, percussion
Ivana Pristasova Zaugg, violin
Petra Ackermann, viola
Roland Schueler, cello
Alexandra Dienz, double bass



Elisabeth Harnik
someone will remember us for small ensemble, 2020
(Titel nach Sappho)
ein Auftragswerk von PHACE, mit Unterstützung durch das Wiener Konzerthaus und gefördert durch den SKE-Fonds

Dylan Lardelli
Leaving in Focus for recorder, viola, double base and piano/keyboard, 2018/19

Martin Jaggi
Strata for soprano saxophone, viola, drumset and piano, 2010/11


Lorenzo Troiani
La vita delle conchiglie for2 performers and ensemble, 2020
ein Auftragswerk von PHACE, mit Unterstützung durch das Wiener Konzerthaus und gefördert durch den SKE-Fonds

Monika Szpyrka
301.6 / 301.8 for bass flute and bass clarinet, 2016

Januibe Tejera
Hors Cadre for saxophone, violin, cello and piano, 2013/2022


Somewhere in between, between the tempered tones, the regular rhythms, between the decimal places, a picture of unexpected variety opens up. With closeness comes friction and interaction, from minimal differences a wondrous attraction can arise. In someone will remember us, Elisabeth Harnik follows in the footsteps of the ancient poetess Sappho, very carefully transfering millennia-old fragments and yet not quite faded verses into her music and using them to build a bridge to the present. In Leaving in Focus by Dylan Lardelli, the instruments get in each other’s way much more powerfully, to the point where perception no longer necessarily reflects reality. Layer by layer, Martin Jaggi uncovers sound material in Strata with archaeological sensitivity, works his way into the depths of music history and uses the fragments found to trace a development from its present end. 301.6/301.8 by Monika Szpyrka sounds out like a breath, a whisper, focusing on subtle differences in intonation. Lorenzo Troiani goes into the inner world, plays with the returning resonances and feedbacks in the body of instruments in La Vita delle Conchiglie, creates a hidden and mysterious world of sound, like inside a mussel shell. Januibe Tejera, on the other hand, leaves the frame and, in a new version Hors Cadre, looks at what seems to be outside.


Event Dates

March 2023
  • Date
  • 03.Mar.2023 19:30

    301.6 / 301.8

    Reaktor, Geblergasse

    Gemeinsam mit der IGNM (Internationale Gesellschaft für Neue Musik) präsentiert PHACE ein höchst vielseitiges Projekt im wunderbaren Ambiente des REAKTORs, mit Werken von Elisabeth Harnik, Dylan Lardelli, Martin Jaggi, Lorenzo Troiani, Monika Szpyrka und Januibe Tejera.

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