Let’s VRHAM! together
In “Tessellatum” by Donnacha Dennehy man and nature meet musically and visually. Composed in 2015 for viola da gamba and four strings, the piece works with natural tone series and man-made harmonies. This interaction creates a variety of sounds ranging from medieval tones to minimal music.
On the viola da gamba, Liam Byrne not only explores early music originally written for this instrument, but also collaborates with numerous contemporary composers. His focus is on the rediscovery of unknown baroque music as well as world premieres and performances of experimental new music. At VRHAM! he performs together with Johanna Ruppert (violin), Friedemann Slenczka (viola), Simone Drescher (cello), und Kristina Edin (double bass).
In cooperation with the Schleswig Holstein Musik Festival.
Kindly supported by the NORDAKADEMIE-Stiftung
Veranstaltungsformat: Event format: Concert,