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November 22 and 27, 2016

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November 22, 2016
4pm
Keller Hall
University of New Mexico

November 27, 2016
10:30am
chatter
Las Puertas
1512 1st Street NW

Orfeo Albuquerque, New Mexico: Mezzo-soprano Tara Venditti, the Viola Miller Endowed Quartet of the University of New Mexico, and their music director and pianist Kristin Ditlow present – as a World premiere – a combination of Stefan Hakenberg's  Vier Arien des Orfeo , the  Gesänge für Orfeo , and a new piano solo piece  Versuch und Scheitern . These compositions are versions of music from the opera with dance  Schau nicht zurück, Orfeo!  with an original score by Stefan Hakenberg incorporating music by Christoph Willibald Gluck and high school students from Nuremberg, Germany, set for mezzo-soprano, chorus and piano by Christian Reuter and Stefan Hakenberg.


November 16, 2016

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November 16, 2016
8pm
Konzerthaus Berlin
Werner-Otto-Saal
Am Gendarmenmarkt 2
Berlin-Mitte

Donald SurBerlin, Germany: The AsianArt Ensemble presents focused XVI - Deutsche Komponisten a concert including the European premiere of Stefan Hakenberg's  Sir Donald  for kayagum, changgu, and baroque cello.


September 14, 2016

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September 14, 2016
8:15pm
Katharinensaal

Lagrimosa Belta CD cover Nuremberg, Germany: The Internationales Kammermusikfestival Nürnberg presents Penelope – Musik und Lesung, a concert with lagrimosa beltà (Frances Pappas, mezzo-soprano and Laura Young, guitar) including Stefan Hakenberg's versions of the Greek traditional songs  Μεσ Του Αιγαιου  and  Δεν ειν αυγη .
These songs are also available on CD through lagrimosa beltà, amazon, iTunes, or at the Salzburg Festival Shop.


September 12, 2016

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September 12, 2016
8pm
Spectrum
121 Ludlow St #2
NY 10002

Frauke AulbertBrian DuFord New York, New York: Spectrum presents Vocal Acrobatics, a concert with Frauke Aulbert (voice) and Brian DuFord (guitar) including Stefan Hakenberg's versions of the Greek traditional songs  Μεσ Του Αιγαιου  and  Δεν ειν αυγη . This is the first performance of the songs in the US.


September 9, 2016

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September 9, 2016
8pm
Christophorushaus
Herdweg 122

Kristin DitlowTara Venditti Darmstadt, Germany: The Evangelische Südostgemeinde Darmstadt presents a recital with mezzo-soprano Tara Venditti and pianist Kristin Ditlow including Stefan Hakenberg's solo piano piece  Schafe Waschen  and the World premiere of the complete set of  Vier Arien des Orfeo . The arias stem from the opera with dance  Schau nicht zurück, Orfeo!  with an original score by Stefan Hakenberg incorporating music by Christoph Willibald Gluck and are set for mezzo-soprano and piano by Christian Reuter and Stefan Hakenberg. Schafe Waschen was composed in 2001 for a concert dedicated to Hans Werner Henze on the occasion of his 75th birthday.


August 11, 2016

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August 11, 2016
8pm
Monash University
Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music
Music Auditorium
55 Scenic Boulevard
Clayton
Victoria

Sonic.Art Quartet Melbourne, Australia: The Sonic.Art Saxophone Quartet present a concert at Monash University including the World premiere of Stefan Hakenberg's brief greeting card to the composers at the Sir Zelman Cowan School of Music  Gale Force Group Portrait .


July 3, 2016

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July 3, 2016
6pm
Christianskirche am Kloppstockplatz

Frauke Aulbert and Gisbert Watty Hamburg, Germany: altonale18 presents a concert with Frauke Aulbert (voice) and Gisbert Watty (guitar) including Stefan Hakenberg's versions of the Greek traditional songs  Μεσ Του Αιγαιου  and  Δεν ειν αυγη . In July and August 2015 Frauke Aulbert and Gisbert Watty presented these two Greek songs for the first time in Sydney and Melbourne.


June 26, 2016

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June 26, 2016
8pm
Elisabeth-Kirche
Invalidenstr. 3

vocalist and bassist Matthias BauerBerlin, Germany: The Ensemble UnitedBerlin presents a concert commemorating Hans Werner Henze on his 90th birthday including the World premiere of Stefan Hakenberg's  To Sovereign Thames Allied  for voice and sinfonietta – settings of two poems from  The River Duddon  by William Wordsworth.
The soloist will be Matthias Bauer, who will also play the double bass part, and the performance will be conducted by Vladimir Jurowski.


April 10, 2016

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April 10, 2016
7:30pm
Keltenmuseum

Lagrimosa Belta CD cover Hallein, Austria: The Internationales Halleiner Gitarrenfestival presents a concert with lagrimosa beltà (Frances Pappas, mezzo-soprano and Laura Young, guitar) including Stefan Hakenberg's versions of the Greek traditional songs  Μεσ Του Αιγαιου  and  Δεν ειν αυγη .
These songs are also available on CD through lagrimosa beltà, amazon, or iTunes.


April 3, 2016

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April 3, 2016
11am
Musikschule der Stadt Mönchengladbach
Carl-Orff Saal
Lüpertzender Str. 83

Pink SlushMönchengladbach, Germany: Hermann Große-Schware celebrates his 85th birthday with a concert including Stefan Hakenberg's  Pink Slush  for string quartet and drum set played by teachers of the Musikschule der Stadt Mönchengladbach, Harald Stöpfgeshoff and Kerstin Weuthen violins, Rüdiger Blömer viola, Susanne Ostermann cello, and Robert Hurasky drums. Pink Slush was premiered in 2009 in Mönchengladbach by the Vitus Quartet and Ralf Baumann on drums during a concert dedicated to the 30th anniversary of the Ensemblia new music festival.



December 11, 2015

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December 11, 2015
9pm
Museo del Novecento

Frauke Aulbert and Gisbert Watty Florence, Italy: GAMO (Gruppo Aperto Musica Oggi) International Festival presents a concert with Frauke Aulbert (voice) and Gisbert Watty (guitar) including Stefan Hakenberg's versions of the Greek traditional songs  Μεσ Του Αιγαιου  and  Δεν ειν αυγη  as well as the European premiere of the original song on the poem  Ιθάκη  by Constantine P. Cavafy. In July and August 2015 Frauke Aulbert and Gisbert Watty presented these three Greek songs in Sydney and Melbourne.


August 4, September 6, October 2, and November 14, 2015

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August 4, 2015
8:15pm
Oberste Stadtkirche
Piepenstockstr. 29
Iserlohn, Germany

September 6, 2015
8:30pm
Archaeological Museum
Kavala, Greece

October 2, 2015
7pm
Session Hall
PKP Station
105 Piłsudskiego Street
Wrocław, Poland

November 14, 2015
8pm
Tafelhalle
Äussere Sulzbacher Str. 62
Nürnberg, Germany

Frances PappasLaura Young lagrimosa beltà (Frances Pappas, mezzo-soprano and Laura Young, guitar) present concerts including Stefan Hakenberg's versions of the Greek traditional songs  Μεσ Του Αιγαιου  and  Δεν ειν αυγη  at 24. Internationales Gitarren Symposion in Iserlohn, Germany, at “Yiannis A. Papaioannou” International Music Festival in Kavala, Greece, at XVIII Wrocławski Festiwal Gitarowy GITARA+ in Wrocław, Poland, and at 20. Nürnberger Gitarrennacht in Nürnberg, Germany.


July 29 and 30, and August 1, 2015

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July 29, 2015
6pm
Goethe Institut Sydney
Sydney
New South Wales

July 30, 2015
1pm
Playhouse Theatre
University of Western Sydney
Sydney
New South Wales

August 1, 2015
8pm
Monash University
Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music
Music Auditorium
55 Scenic Boulevard
Melbourne
Victoria

Frauke Aulbert and Gisbert Watty Australia: Frauke Aulbert (voice) and Gisbert Watty (guitar) present concerts including Australian premieres of Stefan Hakenberg's versions of the Greek traditional songs  Μεσ Του Αιγαιου  and  Δεν ειν αυγη  as well as the World premiere of a new original song on the poem  Ιθάκη  by Constantine P. Cavafy.
In August Stefan Hakenberg will be in residence at Melbourne's Monash University and also give a lecture at Melbourne University.


July 17 and 20, 2015

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July 17, 2015
8pm
National Gugak Center
Seocho-dong 2364
Seocho-gu

July 20, 2015
8pm
Artists' House
Dongsoong-dong 1-130
Jongno-gu

IIIZ+ Seoul, South Korea: IIIZ+ present concerts at the National Gugak Center and The House Concert. The concert programs includes the Korean premiere of Stefan Hakenberg's five musical montages of traditional East Asian zither compositions  Three Zithers and a Pair of Scissors  for Japanese koto, Korean kayagum and changgu, and for Chinese guzheng.


April 8, 2015

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April 8, 2015
8pm
Konzerthaus Berlin
Werner-Otto-Saal
Am Gendarmenmarkt 2
Berlin-Mitte

Asianart Ensemble logoBerlin, Germany: The AsianArt Ensemble presents a concert including the World premiere of a new original version of Stefan Hakenberg's  Zerrende Geister . This composition was originally written for clarinet, cello, and piano and premiered in 1994 in Cambridge, Massachusetts by the New Millennium Ensemble from New York. The new version presented in this concert is set for violin, viola, cello, double bass, daegum, kayagum, and koto. The performance will be conducted by Il-Ryun Chung.


March 4, 2015

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March 4, 2015
7:30pm
Essl Museum
An der Donau-Au 1

Julia MihalyKlosterneuburg bei Wien, Austria: Soprano Julia Mihály presents her solo recital entitled [trigger me] 2.0 at the Essl Museum. The program includes the Austrian premiere of her concert version of Stefan Hakenberg's dance piece for soprano and electronics  Searching and Knowing  on a libretto by the Rev. Joyce Parry Moore, reflecting the Rev. Mrs. Parry Moore's personal experience as a breast cancer survivor. The electronic track uses snippets of recordings of an MRI sequence and Rev. Parry Moore's voice.
Stefan Hakenberg has written a detailed description of his compositional process composing Searching and Knowing under the title Ways to a New Identity.


February 10, 2015

Lagrimosa Belta CD cover lagrimosa beltà (Frances Pappas, mezzo-soprano and Laura Young, guitar) release their new CD including Stefan Hakenberg's versions of the Greek traditional songs  Μεσ Του Αιγαιου  and  Δεν ειν αυγη .


Februar 6, 2015

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February 6, 2015
7:30pm
Akademie für Tonkunst
Großer Saal
Ludwigshöhstr. 120

Akademie für Tonkunst, Darmstadt logoDarmstadt, Germany: The Darmstadt Academy for Musical Arts Tage für Neue Musik presents a concert with recorder player Johannes Fischer and koto player Naoko Kikuchi including Stefan Hakenberg's  Antares . A life recording of the European premiere of Antares with Johannes Fischer and Naoko Kikuchi in Darmstadt in 2010 is available on this Web site, here. Antares was originally composed for Marco  Lienhard (shakuhachi) and Ryuko Mizutani (koto), who premiered the composition in 2008 in Brookline, Massachusetts.



December 4, 2014

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November 4, 2014
8:30pm
Scuola di Musica "G. Verdi"

Frauke Aulbert and Gisbert Watty Prato, Italy: Frauke Aulbert (voice) and Gisbert Watty (guitar) present a concert including Stefan Hakenberg's versions of the Greek traditional songs  Μεσ Του Αιγαιου  and  Δεν ειν αυγη .