2009, calendar, music concerts

article 0 [transarctic buddha], germany

On 1 March 2009 the percussionist Johannes Fischer performs a solo recital at Kammermusikreihe im Kirchbergforum, Lollar, Germany. The concert programme includes the music composition article 0 [transarctic buddha] (2000) by Rozalie Hirs. Date: 2009-03-01 Time: 17:00 Location: Kammermusikreihe im Kirchbergforum, Kirchberg 2, Lollar, Germany Performers: Johannes Fischer (percussion)

2008, books, dutch

geluksbrenger (lucky charm, 2008)

“The musical poetry of Geluksbrenger (Amsterdam: Querido, The Netherlands, 2008) by Rozalie Hirs is constructed along the line of a ‘counterpoint’. Within a poem, Hirs seems to be stacking different poems on top of each other, processing them, splicing them, mixing them, shaking them, letting them flow into one another. And this is one single motion. In one breath. In sustained breath.” (Alain Delmotte, Poëzierapport)

2008, calendar, music concerts

article 0 [transarctic buddha] (2000)

On 18 November 2008 the percussionist Johannes Fischer performs a solo recital at the Berliner Philharmonie, Berlin, Germany. This recital is part of Debut im Deutschlandradio Kultur, a series by Deutschlandradio Kultur celebrating extraordinary new talents. Part of Fischer’s recital is the music composition article 0 [transarctic buddha] (2000) by […]

2008, 2014, calendar, works

roseherte (2007-08; 2014)

Roseherte (2008) is a composition for symphony orchestra (ninety players) and electronic sounds, commissioned by Nederlandse Muziekdagen with financial support of Netherlands Performing Arts Fund.

2008, calendar, music concerts

article 0 [transarctic buddha] (2000) – german premiere

On 8 August 2008 percussionist Johannes Fischer performs the musical composition article 0 [transarctic buddha] (2000) by Rozalie Hirs as part of the Oberstdorfer Musiksommer at Christus-Kirche, Oberstdorf, Germany. Date: 2008-08-08 Time: 20:00 Location: Oberstdorfer Musiksommer, Christus-Kirche, Oststraße 2, Oberstdorf, Germany Performers: Johannes Fischer (percussion)

2008, calendar, music concerts, poetry events

article 5 [dolphin, curved time] (2008)

On 15 June 2008 the Dutch soprano Irene Maessen performs two concerts as part of Wendingen Festival at the Bijbels Museum (The Bible Museum), Amsterdam, The Netherlands. The concerts feature the music composition article 5 [dolpin, curved time] (2008) by Rozalie Hirs. The piece is based on Rozalie’s poem ‘Tuimelaar’ […]

2008, calendar, music concerts

article 4 [map butterfly] (2004)

On 26 May 2008 the violinist Carmel Raz performs a solo recital as part of Musica Nova at the Felicjia Blumental Music Center, Tel Aviv, Israël. Part of her recital is the music composition article 4 [map butterfly] for solo violin (2004) by Rozalie Hirs. Date: 2008-05-26 Time: 20:00 Location: […]

2008, calendar, music concerts

article 0 [transarctic buddha] (2000)

On April 23, 2008, percussionist Johannes Fischer presents a recital, featuring works by Iannis Xenakis, Matthias Pintscher, Vinko Globokar, Javier Alvarez, Larry Baker, Edison Denisov, and Rozalie Hirs. Oboist Christian Hommel and flutist Nari Hong are the musical collaborators of Fischer in this concert. The concert programme includes the music […]

2008, calendar, music concerts

article 0 [transarctic buddha] (2000) – swiss premiere

On 4 April 2008 the percussionist Johannes Fischer performs a solo recital at Conservatorio della Svizzera Italiana, Via Soldino 9, Lugano, Switzerland. The recital prgramme includes the Swiss premiere of the music composition article 0 [transarctic buddha] (2000) by Rozalie Hirs. Date: 2008-04-04 Time: 20:00 CET Location: Conservatorio della Svizzera […]

2007, calendar, music album

Platonic ID (CD, 2007)

Platonic ID (Amsterdam: Attacca Productions, 2007) is the first full-length portrait CD of Rozalie Hirs (*1965) with instrumental works: works for solo instruments (violin, piano, percussion) and for ensemble. The works for ensemble were commissioned by Asko|Schönberg, formerly known as Asko Ensemble. All works were financially supported by Netherlands Performing Arts Fund.