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Ensemble ZEITFLUSS (Graz/Austria)
conductor: Edo Mičić
Julia Horvath, flute
Peter Forcher, clarinet
Clemens Maria Frühstück, saxophone
Radu Petrean, french horn
Wolfgang Tischhart, trombone
Kathrin Lenzenweger, violin
Kana Matsui, violin
Daniel Moser, viola
Philipp Comploi, violoncello
Roland Wiesinger, double bass
MUMUTH/György Ligeti hall, Graz/Austria, October 22nd 2010
„re-framing I“ has a clearly defined compositional frame. Its conceptual design is actively versatile, since it is reframed in the process of composition, put into different contexts, referring to various realms of possibility. The creative tension derives from the interplay between what is calculated and the unpredictable.
released June 1, 2014
Elisabeth Harnik, free-lance composer and pianist, was born in Graz and lives in Gams (County of Styria/Austria). She studied classical piano and later - with Beat Furrer – composition at the University of Music and Performing Arts, Graz. She started her artistic career both as interpreter of her own works as well as pianist in various areas of improvised music. The „repertoire“ and it´s extensions in composition and improvisation is her central focus.
In addition to her work as composer she appears as improvisator at various national and international festivals. Besides her solo performances she is member of many ensembles for improvised music and has performed with numerous internationally respected musicians. She has toured in Europe, USA, China, Australia and her compositions have been performed regularly at concerts and festivals for contemporary music.