2012, calendar, music concerts

article 7 [seven ways to climb a mountain] (2012)

During Karnatic Lab, on 13 November 2012 at 19:00 CET, Fie Schouten performs the composition article 7 [seven ways to climb a mountain] (2012) by Rozalie Hirs at De Badcuyp, Amsterdam. Date: 2012-11-13 Time: 20:30 CET Location: De Badcuyp, Eerste Sweelinckstraat 10, Amsterdam Performers: Fie Schouten (bass clarinet) Publisher: Deuss […]

2012, calendar, installations with poetry or music

visual poetry – exhibition

From 9 until 25 November 2012 the exhibition Visual Poetry is shown at Goretti Kapel, Tilburg, The Netherlands. The accompanying book Kapel van woorden (Chapel of Words) will appear two months after the exhibition. Curators of the exhibition and book are Rosella Bargiacchi and Ellen Vedder. Part of the exhibition […]

2012, calendar, poetry events

poetry hearings, berlin, germany

On November 2, 2012, at 20:00 Rozalie Hirs gives a reading of her poetry during the international poetry festival Poetry Hearings in the St. Gaudy Cafe, Berlin, Germany. In addition to Hirs, invited poets include Stephan Delbos (Berlin/ Prague), John Hartley Williams (UK/ Berlin), and Christian Hawkey (Brooklyn/ Berlin). The […]

2012, calendar, music concerts

roseherte (2008) – polish premiere

On September 21, 2012, at 19:30, the Polish premiere of Roseherte (2008) for large orchestra and electronic sounds takes place as part of the opening concert of Warsaw Autumn, Warsaw, Poland. Performers are the Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra and Pascal Rophé (conductor). For more information, see the program note and Rozalie’s […]

2012, calendar, music concerts, premieres, presentations

zenit (2010) – swiss premiere

On 16 September 2012 at 15:00 CET Quatuor Bozzini presents the Swiss premiere of the string quartet Zenit (2010) by Rozalie Hirs. The concert is part of Moments musicaux III. Curator of the series is Jürg Frey. Date: 2012-09-16 Time: 15:00 Location: Kultur & Kongresshaus, Schlossplatz 9, Aurau, Switzerland Performers: […]

2012, calendar, poetry events

dichters in de prinsentuin, groningen

On 27 July 2012 at De Prinsentuin (The Prince’s Garden), Groningen, The Netherlands, Rozalie Hirs performs her poetry at the occasion of the poetry festival Dichters in de Prinsentuin. Her first performance takes place at 13:30 CET on the Theeveld (Tea Pasture), followed by the second reading at 14:15 in […]

2012, calendar, lecture and debate

friederike mayröcker, poetry international

On 15 June 2012 at Poetry International, Rotterdam, Rozalie Hirs hosts the program Voetnoten: Een avond over het werk van Friederike Mayröcker with presentations and debates centered around Mayröcker’s most recent book, ich bin in der anstalt. fusznoten zu einem nichtgeschriebenen werk. Guest speakers are Ulrike Draesner, Inge Arteel and […]

2012, calendar, poetry events

book launch frank keizer

On June 7, 2012, Frank Keizer’s first poetry collection, Dear world, fuck off, ik ga golfen (Stanza, 2012) is launched. With performances by Frank Keizer, Maarten van der Graaff, Maartje Smits, Martijn den Ouden, and Rozalie Hirs, who each wrote new work in response to Keizer’s collection. The event is […]

2012, calendar, poetry events

booklaunch gertrude starink

On June 1, 2012, Gertrude Starink’s De weg naar Egypte (het balanseer, 2012) is launched. As part of this tribute to Starink at Perdu, Amsterdam, the poets Anneke Brassinga, Inge Braeckman, Maud Vanhauwaert, and Rozalie Hirs read the integral work. The event is hosted by Samuel Vriezen, and the program […]

2012, calendar, music concerts

article 4 [map butterfly] (2004)

On 18 March 2012, the violinist and violist Heleen Hulst performs the composition article 4 [map butterfly] (2004) by Rozalie Hirs at Stichting Drie plus Twee, Utrecht, The Netherlands. Date: 2012-03-18 Time: 15:00 Location: Stichting Drie plus Twee, Vergiliuslaan 4 3584 AM, Utrecht

2012, calendar

lowlands series, ooteoote, 2012

From 1 January 2012 onwards Rozalie Hirs has been initiator and curator of the Dutch Lage landen serie (Lowlands series) of previously unpublished poems by Dutch and Flemish poets. Her first choice is the poem ‘Denk aan de slang’ by Sasja Janssen (LL1), published just before the new year, followed […]