16 / 04 - Sunday

3 –4 PM | Lauba

MBZ's Festival for CHILDREN: The Singing Stories

concert presentation of musical adaptations of Ukrainian children’s literature
 
 
Maja Rivić, composer and performer
 
Ivasik Telesik
Ukrainian folk tale 
translation: Domagoj Kliček 
original text read by: Iryna Pronenko
 
 
Ivanka Mazurkijević and Damir Martinović Mrle, composers
Ivanka Mazurkijević, Iva Močibob, Vlado Simcich Vava, performers
 
A Drop (original title: Капітошка – Kapitoška)
author: Natalia Guzeeva 
jointly translated by Ana Dugandžić and Dariya Pavlešen (special thanks to Žarko Jovanovski)
original text read by: Lyudmyla Mudyk
 
 
Ivana Kiš, composer

Melita Lovričević, voice
Eva Mach, violin
Nicolas Sinković, vibraphone

A Story about Bugs (original title: Ми комашкиMy komašky)
author: Tetyana Koval-Vishkivska
jointly translated by Ana Dugandžić, Dariya Pavlešen, Domagoj Kliček (special thanks to Dean Trdak)
original text read by: Valeriia Movenko

program collaboration with the Croatian Literary Translators Association, book&zvook, Solidarna Foundation
We would like to thank the Svoja Association and Tea Cacović for their encouragement, initiative and help with the organization of this project.

 

 

concert presentation of musical adaptations of Ukrainian children’s literature // Maja Rivić, composer and performer // Ivanka Mazurkijević and Damir Martinović Mrle, composers and performers // Ivana Kiš, composer
4 –4.45 PM | Lauba

Die Maschine

concert program on installations

Paul Skrepek and Andreas Platzer, authors and performers

Paul Skrepek and Andreas Platzer, concert program on installations
4–5.30 PM | Nikola Tesla Technical Museum

MBZ LECTURE: Development of Sound Reproduction in Art and Technology: from Mono Signals via Loudspeaker Domes to Multidirectional Loudspeakers from the 3D printer

participants: Prof. Kristian Jambrošić, PhD, professor and head of the Auralization Lab at the Institute of Electroacoustics of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing; Prof. Franz Zotter, PhD, professor and researcher at the Institute of Electronic Music and Acoustics in Graz; Prof. Marko Ciciliani, PhD, artist, composer and professor of computer musical composition at the Kunstuni Graz
 
The lecture and demonstration will be held in English.
Lecturers: Franz Zotter, Kristian Jambrošić, Marko Ciciliani
6–7.15 PM | Lauba

BALKAN AFFAIRS

Neue Vocalsolisten Stuttgart
 
Hanan Hadžajlić, Requiem Ex Machina*, for six amplified voices
Jug Marković, Nula*, for six voices
Ana Pandevska, Electroacoustic mantra From Ex YU to EU*, for soprano, mezzo soprano and fixed media
Nina Perović, Penetrations III*, for six voices and electronics
Petra Strahovnik, SCREAdoM*, for five voices, sound installation and electronics
Helena Skljarov, The Blue Giraffe*, for five voices, electronics and video
 
*first performance – co-commissioned by the 32nd MBZ-HDS and the Musik der Jahrhunderte Association and the Neue Vocalsolisten Stuttgart Ensemble
 
Neue Vocalsolisten Stuttgart & Hanan Hadžajlić, Jug Marković, Ana Pandevska, Nina Perović, Petra Strahovnik, Helena Skljarov
8–8.45 PM | Zagreb Youth Theater / foyer

MBZ TALK: before Klangforum Wien concert

participants: Chaya Czernowin, Mirela Ivičević, Sara Glojnarić, 
MBZ guest composers and Peter Paul Kainrath, artistic director 
and CEO of the Klangforum Wien ensemble
moderator: Margareta Ferek Petrić, composer and MBZ artistic director
 
The discussion will be held in English.
participants: Chaya Czernowin, Mirela Ivičević, Sara Glojnarić, MBZ guest composers and Peter Paul Kainrath, artistic director and CEO of the Klangforum Wien ensemble // moderator: Margareta Ferek-Petrić, composer and MBZ artistic director
9–10.30 PM | Zagreb Youth Theater

Klangforum Wien

Klangforum Wien
Johannes Kalitzke, conductor
 
Uli Fussenegger, double bass
 
 
Mirela Ivičević, Case White, for ensemble and electronics 
Sara Glojnarić, Pure Bliss, for the Klangforum Wien, guest conductor and surround tape 
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Chaya Czernowin, Seltene Erde: alchimia communicationis*, for double bass solo, ensemble and electronics 
 
 
*first performance – co-commissioned by the 32nd MBZ-HDS and Wien Modern and the Warsaw Autumn festival
 
 
Johannes Kalitzke, conductor // Uli Fussenegger, double bass