My new research project "TransCoding-From 'Highbrow Art' to Participatory Culture"
has been awarded the prestigious funding of the FWF Science Fund Austria.
I will work with a team of artists and researchers from Switzerland, Ireland, New Zealand and Austria. The affiliated institution is the University of Applied Science St.Pölten, Austria. The project will start on 1.2.2014 and end on 31.1.2017.
Please click here for an English abstract and information on the team:
TransCoding-From 'Highbrow Art' to Participatory Culture
Clcik here to visit the participatory website:
If you want to be included in the newsletter list for news on the project or for participating in it, please contact me at info(at)barbara-lueneburg.com.
A first remix-workshop within the frame of the research will take place at Gymnasium Borg, Mittersill, Austria, with high school students age 15-16: the topic "What if ?" (4.-6.2.2014).
20.2.2014: in concert with MAZE ensemble at Athens, Greece, Onassis Cultural Center
works by Yannis Kyriakides, amongst others his multimedia work for violin and electric violin solo "Re: Mad Masters".
New solo CD: release February 2013 at coviello contemporary, featuring works by Johann Sebastian Bach and Giacinto Scelsi
BBC Music Magazine gives it 5 stars ***** and says: Juxtaposing late-Baroque contrapuntalist and 20th-century spectralist may seem audacious, but a focus on timbre proves it logical. (BW)
Lüneburg's special merit is her determination to find her
own particular ways through the beaten paths of the musical
landscape. She does not deny her classical education, but divides
her passion between everlasting masterworks, yet unraised treasures
of the modern repertoire, and brand new scores. By doing this,
she and her audiences reap the benefits of both classical music
and the most recent works."