Christian Klinkenberg

Tenor 2021 in Hamburg

The 6th international conference on technologies for music notation and representation will take place from Monday May 10 to Thursday May 13 and be hosted by Hamburg University of Music and Drama (HfMT). The conference will include a special emphasis on Notation and Representation in the Time of a Pandemic.

The program will include daily paper presentations, workshops and concerts by international artists and researchers. Keynote speakers at TENOR 2021 will be Thor Magnusson (10.05.), Michael Maierhof (11.05.), Carola Bauckholt (12.05.) and Alexander Schubert (13.05.). The artistic programme will include, among many others, music by Christian Klinkenberg, Cat Hope, Jonathan Bell, Lindsay Vickery and Sandeep Bhagwati. Ensembles and artists in residence will be SPIIC Ensemble, Blue Print Ensemble, So Wrong it’s Right Trombone Quartet and the Bohlen-Pierce-clarinetists Nora-Louise Müller and Ákos Hoffmann.

The last two days of the conference will overlap with Klingt gut! Symposium on Sonic Art and Spatial Audio — an interdisciplinary event at the intersection of art and technology hosted by the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences (HAW). Attendees will be able to get passes at a reduced rate should they wish to participate in both conferences. TENOR 2021 and Klingt gut! 2021 will share two round tables together. First on May 12 with Natasha Barrett as keynote speaker at Klingt gut! and guests Hyunkook Lee, Daniel Rudrich, Markus Noisternig, Heather Frasch and Thor Magnusson. The event will be hosted by Rama Gottfried. The second round table on May 13 will focus on the (artistic) research project KiSS – Kinetics in Sound & Space in collaboration by HAW Hamburg and HfMT Hamburg.

All events can be attended through Whova after registration (see link below). Keynotes and concerts only will be provided by HfMT Hamburg’s Youtube channel and public Zoom Links for free.

YOUTUBE CHANNEL

Registration, ticketing and pricing here

REGISTRATION & TICKETING

Please check for daily schedule here

DAILY SCHEDULE

More information about TENOR and Klingt gut! can be found here:

https://tenor2021.hfmt-hamburg.de

https://www.tonlabor-haw.de/klg/klingtgut-2020


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The digital artwork is now for sale at opensea.io.

Delighted to announce that I successfully defended my PhD-thesis on the 29 may 2020!

My thanks go to all the people who supported me and contributed to my projects during the last five years. Without you all this would not have been possible!



The live recording of the opera "The Glacier" was completely mixed at the Bauer Studios (Ludwigsburg, Germany) by Philipp Heck and will be released on 29 May 2020 at Neuklang.

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Tracks: 01 Prolog 02 Das Größte 03 Brüder 04 Der Berggeist 05 Die Erde bebt 06 Gabriel fällt 07 Bin ich tot 08 Kristallkorn 09 Zeitreise 10 Giganten 11 Nicht ewig allein 12 Schildgletscher 13 Einsamkeit 14 Dreißig Jahre 15 Schritt 16 Natur 17 Bergsee 18 Bild 19 See 20 Grund 21 Max taucht auf 22 Abend 23 Granit 24 Rausch 25 Geborsten 26 Betrachtete 27 Verlöschen 28 Gedenken 29 Kreis 30 Bild 31 Kristallstrahl 32 Max fällt 33 Erdmitte 34 Jubel 35 Im Kreise geschehen

15th of September 2019

Painter Marc Kirschvink has now completed all 119 pictures of the graphic score of the opera "The Glacier". The pitch is notated exclusively by note heads and accidentals on the lower quarter of the screen, sometimes supplemented by short written explanations or pictograms. These note heads are linked to a corresponding graphic element on the upper part of the screen by using the same color.

Do you want to know what these pictures sound like? The world premiere will take place on October 25. This will be followed by 6 more performances.


25 October 2019 8pm: Alter Schlachthof, Eupen (Belgium) – Premiere – TICKETS

26 October 2019 8pm: Alter Schlachthof, Eupen (Belgium) – TICKETS

27 October 2019 6pm: BOZAR, Brüssel (Belgium) – TICKETS

31 October 2019 8pm: Triangle, St. Vith (Belgium) – TICKETS

1.November 2019 8pm: Triangle, St. Vith (Belgium) – TICKETS

19 November 2019: 2:30pmCollege of Staten Island, Staten Island/New York (USA) – TICKETS

20 November 2019 6pm LeFrak Concert Hall - Kupferberg Center for the Arts at Queens College, Queens/New York (USA)– TICKETS

22. November 2019: 7pm The National Opera Center, Manhattan/New York (USA) – TICKETS

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18th of February 2019

New releases @ Neuklang

Christian Klinkenberg has launched the first microtonal conference:

Lectures, workshops and an evening concert with international microtonal experts such as Philipp Gerschlauer (saxophone), Nora-Louise Müller (Bohlen-Pierce clarinet), Anne Davids (flute), Melle Weijters (31-edo guitar), Donald Bousted (composer), Kathryn Bennetts (recorder), Christian Klinkenberg (composer and pianist), and Juhani Vesikkala (composer).

This microtonal day is the first part of a 5 day conference called Polyphonic Performance Spaces organized by Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Koninklijk Conservatorium Brussel and kunstenplatformbrussel.be

October / November 2019: Opera "The Glacier"

25 October 2019 8pm: Alter Schlachthof, Eupen (Belgium) – TICKETS

26 October 2019 8pm: Alter Schlachthof, Eupen (Belgium) – TICKETS

27 October 2019 6pm: BOZAR, Brüssel (Belgium) – TICKETS

31 October 2019 8pm: Triangle, St. Vith (Belgium) – TICKETS

1.November 2019 8pm: Triangle, St. Vith (Belgium) – TICKETS

19 November 2019: 2:30pmCollege of Staten Island, Staten Island/New York (USA) – TICKETS

20 November 2019 6pm LeFrak Concert Hall - Kupferberg Center for the Arts at Queens College, Queens/New York (USA)– TICKETS

22. November 2019: 7pm The National Opera Center, Manhattan/New York (USA) – TICKETS