NEWS

NOVEMBER 21st 2020 8pm

NANCARROWKARAOKE at De Player in Rotterdam.

Launch of the vinyl NANCARROWKARAOKE arrangements of the piano rolls of Nancarrow.

NOVEMBER 20th 2020

PANIC ROOM - THE SINGTERVIEWS, AT FYLKINGEN STOCKHOLM (Postponed until 2021)

A live presentation of THE SINGTERVIEWS by Lixenberg at the Sounds of Stockholm festival 2020

OCTOBER 24th 2020

AKKORDEON BAROQUE (Postponed until 2021)

At St Mary's Church Hay-on Wye Music

 

OCTOBER 18th 2020 

OCCUPY THE PIANOS

The themes of migration,displacement and travel form the basis of this gently radical concert festival now in its 5th year. Among other music, Schumann Liederkreis Op39 is programmed with Niels Ronsholtd's'powerful song cycle ' Exile' .

OCTOBER 17th 11am 2020

DONAUESCHINGEN FESTIVAL

ANTIPODES by FREDERIC ACQUAVIVA winner of the Karl Szucka prize live broadcast on SWR Radio

October 14th 2020

AKKORDEON BAROQUE at the Oxford Lieder Festival with Bartosz Glowacki

October 9th - 11th 2020

John Cage 'Theatre Piece' with the Clementi Club at Ackestadt Palast, Berlin.

SEPTEMBER 14th

BIRD - TETE A TETE FESTIVAL

Performing s a  new piece from my post-shamanic song cycle BIRD 

AUGUST 29th 2020

STERNKLANG  MUSIK im BERGGARTEN

HANOVER

Karlheinz Stockhausen's "Sternklang" in the Herrebhausenberggarten with musicians from Germany, England, Norway, Holland, Belgium and France - this will be a guided experience.

The view of the starry sky inspired Karlheinz Stockhausen to write “Sternklang” park music for five groups. The heavenly harmony, harmononia coelestis, has been associated with the overtone series of harmonia mundana since time immemorial. As every note in the spectrum of overtones is part of a sound, we are part of the starry sky: becoming aware of it is the musical content of the piece.

AUGUST 10TH - 14TH

BIRD

Rezi Dance Centre, Malovice, Czech Republic

Workshops and performance on BIRD by Lore Lixenberg with dancer and choreographer Roman Zotov-Michkin

JULY 25/26 + AUGUST 1ST

THE VOICE PARTY RADIO SHOW 

'The Voice Party Radio show' is a course in collaboration with 'Contemporary Music Making for All' devised specifically with Zoom in mind in extended voice techniques leading to performances on the show itself. You are invited to join and explore a kaleidoscopic world of alternative vocalisations and operatic interactions. In two sessions you will be guided through some basic approaches to extended voice and encouraged to explore its theatrical possibilities.  A mid-week follow up session in the format of an audio visual radio station is included in the course, in preparation for the launch of The Voice Party Radio Show on Saturday 1st August as one of the Summer School presentations on that day, a platform for discussing in extended vocals key issues of the day.