On Monday 9 December 2019 at 20:15 CET Ronan Gil de Morais plays 40 Jahre Sixxen, a concert featuring the sixxen, a set of six metal mallet instruments, originally conceived by Iannis Xenakis for the movement Métaux of his composition Pléïades (1979). The concert, consisting of the performance of a selection of compositions for this special set of instruments, includes Venus [morning star] (2010) by Rozalie Hirs, and Métaux by Xenakis.
On 17 October 2012 Jeroen van Kan interviews Rozalie Hirs about her forthcoming poetry collection gestamelde werken (2012) as part of the VPRO radio show, De Avonden. From the book, she reads the cycle een dag (2009). Additionally, a brand new recording of her musical composition Venus [evening star] (2010) […]
On 8 September 2011 Slagwerk Den Haag performs the music composition Venus [morning star] [invisible] [evening star] (2010) by Rozalie Hirs. The concert is taking place during the Night of the Unexpected as part of the Gaudeamus Muziekweek. The location is at Tivoli, Utrecht, The Netherlands. This year Rozalie Hirs […]
On 8 June 2010 the music composition Venus (2010) by Rozalie Hirs receives it world premiere during Holland Festival, Amsterdam. Other works on the programme are by Gérard Grisey, Alvin Lucier, James Tenney, Richard Ayres and Abel Paul. There are two performances, at 16:00 and at 20:30. The location is […]
On 8 June 2010 the music composition Venus (2010) by Rozalie Hirs receives it world premiere during Holland Festival, Amsterdam. Other works on the program are by Gérard Grisey, Alvin Lucier, James Tenney, Richard Ayres and Abel Paul. There are two performances, at 16:00 and at 20:30 CET. The location […]
Venus (2010) by Rozalie Hirs is a spatialized music composition for six percussionists and six-channel electronic sounds. It consists of three movements [evening star], [invisible], and [morning star]. Venus (2010) was commissioned by Slagwerk Den Haag, with support from the Eduard van Beinum Foundation. It was first performed around the BACH Pavilion, designed by architect Zaha Hadid, at Holland Festival in 2010.