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Tanz/haus : triptych 2017 by James Dillon at Transit Festival

Tanz/haus : triptych 2017 by the British composer James Dillon will be performed at this year's Transit Festival 2021 in Belgium.

Festival 20/21 puts its unique focus on the superb music of the 20th and 21st centuries, in all its richness and diversity and Red Note are delighted to be taking James Dillon’s RPS Award Winning Tanz/haus : triptych 2017 to Leuven in Belgium.

Transit has a soft spot for new talent, likes to support young composers and eagerly seeks out interesting new developments. But all that young power should also be combined with a Genuine Figurehead once it’s time. Tanz/haus : triptych 2017 is a new, concert-length work by master composer James Dillon, which was an immediate hit at its premiere in Huddersfield. It’s a work whose creation Transit are proud to have co-commissioned.

Co-comissioned by hcmf//, Red Note Ensemble, Sound Scotland, Transit Festival and November Music.

Details

13 October, 2018 - 17:30 to 18:15



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Cost: £14
November Music, in the Dutch city of ’s-Hertogenbosch, showcases the prominent composers of our time.

Red Note are taking James Dillon’s RPS Award Winning Tanz/haus : triptych 2017 to the Willem Twee Concertzaal in ‘s-Hertogenbosch.

After all, the limbs are pendula, echoing automatically the movement of the centre Tanz/haus [lit.; ‘dance house’] ‘Tanz’ (‘dance’) from the (old) French ‘dancier’ itself is said to have derived from an (old) Frisian word ‘dintje’ to ‘tremble’ or ‘to quiver’. ‘House’ from Old English ‘hus’ (or low German ‘haus’ ) which simply means ‘dwelling’, can be traced back to its Indo-European root ‘hide’ – to hide, to conceal.

Co-comissioned by hcmf//, Red Note Ensemble, Sound Scotland, Transit Festival and November Music.

November Music Festival showcases the prominent composers of our time.

Red Note are delighted to be taking Aeolian to the Willem Twee Concertzaal in the Dutch city of ’s-Hertogenbosch.

Aeolian is a deeply-integrated new work by Norwegian composer Maja S K Ratkje, UK installation artist Kathy Hinde and Danish accordionist Andreas Borregaard and commissioned by Red Note Ensemble.

Combining newly-designed air-powered instruments with live musicians to create a new part-performance, part kinetic-sculptural work, Aeolian had its world premiere at hcmf//40 last year and won the ISM Award for Collaboration at this year’s Scottish Awards for New Music.

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