Antje Thierbach | Oboes
Amit Dolberg | Prepared Piano
Sarah Nemtsov, "Wolfes"
Oboe + prepared piano with reed construction utensils (2012)
Ofer Pelz, "backwards inductions"
Andreas Staffel, "Im Hohen Holz"
Oboe, oboe d'amore, cor anglais, baritone oboe and tape
Helmut Oehring, "Melencolia" (2012)
Oboe + prepared piano
10 € | 7 € | 5 €
Admission concert + lecture Harry Lehmann:
12 € | 10 € | 8 €
(children, teenagers free)
An instrumental concert and yet the spaces that are sounded and structurally fathomed are poetically determined by poetry (Virginia Woolf, Heinrich Heine).
Dürer's enigmatic "Melencolia", Heine's cynical funeral song, Virginia Woolf's reflections on finiteness, pain and death, "Im hohen Holze", dialogue between four different "Hautbois" with tape.
The thoroughly prepared piano leads into deep, internalized sound, strange, rough. The oboe instruments - archaic, pure, lyrical, cutting, - counterpoint and merge again and again in unexpected ways.
Antje Thierbach grew up in East Berlin, studied modern oboe in Leipzig, Würzburg and Berlin from 1988 to 1997, and from 2003 to 2005 she performed historical performances and oboes at Katharina Arfken at the Schola Cantorum Basilensis in Switzerland. Her collaboration with renowned orchestras is the main focus of her concert activities Such as the Bavarian State Orchestra Munich, the Konzerthausorchester Berlin, the Sinfonieorchester des SWR, Staatsorchester Karlsruhe, among others In contemporary music. She regularly performs with the ensemble Modern, Klangforum Wien, Musikfabrik NRW, KNM Berlin, Ensembleadapter, Camerata Variabile Basel, Meitar Tel Aviv and others. Since 2011, she has been teaching performance and baroque oboe as well as new playing techniques on the oboe at the Hochschule für Musik "Hanns Eisler" Berlin.
Amit Dolberg is one of Israel's leading performers of new music. Many important composers have written works and dedicated them to Amit, who has premiered them on the concert platform around the world.
Mr. Dolberg is the founder and director of the International Chamber Music Meitar ensemble, the center for new music, Tel Aviv, The Matan Givol composers competition, the Tedarim M.mus in contemporary music at the Jerusalem academy for music and dance and the CEME international festival for new music and master classes. He has been a founding member of the Tempera Ensemble with whom he has recently won the Binyamini state prize for best ensemble of the year.
He has performed and made recordings with conductors such as Matthias Pintcher, Ilan Volkov, Avner Biron, Pierre-Andre Valade, Zolt Nagy, Fabian Panisello and with orchestras and ensembles in Israel, Asia and Europe including the Israel Camerata Orchestra (Jerusalem), the Jerusalem radio Symphony Orchestra, Tel Aviv Soloists, the Israeli symphony orchestra, the National symphony Orchestra Taiwan, the Israeli chamber orchestra Tel Aviv, Plural ensemble and more.
As a chamber musician he has collaborated with numerous ensembles, performing in venues and festivals such as the, Venice Biennale, The Forbidden City concert hall Beijing, New York MATA Festival, Manifeste Pompidou Centre, Royaumont festival RadialSystem, Purcell Room, Winchester Cathedral, Brighton Festival, Heidelberg Biennale and Warsaw Autumn Festival.
Dolberg is a member of the teaching faculty of the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance.