Short Is The Night (Saint Johns' Eve)

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Ictus

Liesa Van der Aa

Fumiyo Ikeda

non-stop music from sunset to sunrise

   

   
10:00 > 05:30
   
Christopher Trapani, Larry Polansky American Lament, with Liesa Van der Aa
Morton Feldman and Fumiyo Ikeda Piano and String Quartet
Gavin Bryars A Man In A Room, Gambling, for strings and recorded voice
(20 min version)
Christophe Guiraud Hiera picra Hellébores for 7-string e-guitar
Pierluigi Billone Mani.De Leonardis for suspensions and glass
Pierluigi Billone Mani.Gonxha for Tibetan bowls
Michael Pisaro Tombstones for voice and chamber ensemble
Michael Pisaro Hearing Metal, for electric guitar and percussion
Michael Pisaro Closed Categories in Cartesian Worlds for crotales and electronic sounds
Jürg Frey Streichquartet II
Jürg Frey: 50 Sächelchen for solo guitar
James Tenney Having never written one note for percussion for tam-tam
Klaus LangThe Whitebearded Man, The Six Frogs*, for piano and percussion
      

   
Liesa Van der Aa: voice
Fumiyo Ikeda: dance
George van Dam: violin
Igor Semenoff: violin
Aurélie Entringer: viola
Geert De Bièvre: cello
Jean-Luc Fafchamps: piano, Fender Rhodes
Jean-Luc Plouvier: piano, DX7
Tom Pauwels: guitars
Tom De Cock: percussion
Alexandre Fostier: sound
Wilfried Van Dyck: production
     
Production: Handelsbeurs


   
Our pagan ancestors had some fine customs. Every year in june, they celebrated exuberantly during midsummer night, through the summer solstice, the shortest night of the year.
Time to breathe new life into this tradition. Handelsbeurs Concert Hall provides a night full of intimate music, making sure the shortest night passes by slowly.
This second edition, we spend the night with the pure music by Ictus & Liesa Van der Aa, dancer Fumiyo Ikeda (ROSAS), long drinks and good company.

(from Handelsbeurs website)
   

Agenda for this project

June 2017
  • Date Show Location
  • Sat 24.06 St John's Eve Handelsbeurs - Ghent - Belgium

    Short Is The Night (Saint Johns' Eve)

    NON-STOP MUSIC FROM SUNSET TO SUNRISE read more