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Mark Andre / Anton Webern / Arnold Schoenberg / Frédéric Pattar

Anton Webern /Arnold Schoenberg / Mark Andre / Frédéric Pattar


    • Musée du Louvre et Auditorium
      November 9
    The painter Anselm Kiefer chose ‘‘Boundaries’’ as the theme for the Auditorium du Louvre’s series of concerts and lectures. The musical styles of the featured composers are characterised by their freedom from formal limitations. In Webern’s and Schönberg’s early works, the boundary lies between expressiveness and formalization. Andre’s score is a metaphor for the link between the existential and the metaphysical. And Pattar’s Outlyer – a work inspired by Jim Harrison’s poem – explores the distance between what is seen and what is not seen, including a dialogue between a  flutist backstage and a violinist onstage.

    Mark Andre

    Zum Staub sollst Du zurückkehren…
    French premiere

    Anton Webern

    Deux pièces, for cello and piano

    Arnold Schoenberg

    Ein Stelldichein, for oboe, clarinet, piano, violin and cello

    Frédéric Pattar

    Outlyer, for an ensemble
    World premiere, commissioned by the Musée du Louvre and the Festival d’Automne à Paris

    Ensemble L’Instant Donné

    Co-produced by the Musée du Louvre and the Festival d’Automne à Paris

    With the help of Sacem