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A Temporary, Prefab Concert Hall At A Disused Power Plant On The Edge Of Town — Can It Work?

That’s what they’re hoping for in Munich, where the Gasteig has closed for a multiyear renovation. Both the city’s orchestra’s will be performing at the Isarphilharmonie, assembled for only $46 million but custom-designed with (very successful) acoustics by Yasuhisa Toyota. – The New York Times
Tags: Art, Music, Munich, Yasuhisa Toyota, Disused Power Plant On The Edge Of Town

‘Music for the thinking ear’: the opening concert of the Pierre Boulez Saal, 5 March 2017

© Volker Kreidler   Boulez – Initiale Schubert – Der Hirt auf dem Felsen, D 965 Mozart – Piano Quartet in E-flat major, KV 493 Berg – Chamber Concerto Widmann – Fantasie, for solo clarinet Boulez – sur Incises Anna Prohaska (soprano) Michael Barenboim (violin) Yulia Deyneka (viola) Kian Soltani (cello) Jörg Widmann (clarinet) Karim Said (piano) Boulez Ensemble Daniel Barenboim (piano, conductor) ‘Musik für das denkende Ohr’ is the slogan for...
Tags: London, France, Berlin, Religion, Vienna, Amsterdam, Frank Gehry, Mozart, Daniel Barenboim, Boulez, Barenboim, Stravinsky, Said, Karajan, Berg, Pollini