Barbara Lüneburg

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Upcoming concert

Wellington New Zealand

9th Sept1pm (NZ-time), interview with Radio New Zealand Concert on my New Zealand music adventure for its Upbeat! programme.

10th Sep 2014, 3.10 pm, Adam Concert Room New Zealand School of Music, Wellington). 'Sonic Microverses': A concert/ workshop with student works of the compositional department of the NZSM, Wellington

11th Sep 2014 7:30pm-8:30pm at Adam Art Gallery, Victoria University of Wellington, Beyond: As a guest of the New Zealand School of Music I will present two of the core works for solo violin: the Bach Partita No. 2 in D minor, and Sciarrino's Sei Capricci (Six Caprices).

13th Sep 2014, 7:30pm-9:00pm at Adam Concert Room, New Zealand School of Music, Wellington, Explore: multimedia works including formula minus one by Marko Ciciliani (2014), Yannis Kyriakides Re:Mad Masters, Vega/Flores' Stream Machines and the Black Arts and a premiere by NZSM lecturer Michael Norris's Deep Field II for violin and eight-channel spatialized electronics. This concert is presented in association with Goethe–Institut.

 

Barbara Lüneburg – electric violin, tablet Marko Ciciliani – electronics, tablet



Enjoy excerpts of Alias for electric violin, electronics, light and laser by Marko Ciciliani, part of the DVD Weapon of Choice on label Ahornfelder.

"Barbara 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."
Die Welt

"Was Barbara Lüneburg auszeichnet, ist der Wille, sich am Rande der ausgetretenen Musiklandschaft eigene Wege zu bahnen. Dabei verleugnet sie ihre klassische Ausbildung keineswegs. Doch sie teilt ihre Leidenschaft zwischen unvergänglichen Meisterwerken, ungehobenen Schätzen der Moderne und neuen Partituren. Das garantiert ihr Erfahrungen, die der Interpretation älterer Musik genauso zugute kommen wie der Deutung neuerer Partituren."
Die Welt

last update: 13.8.2014