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Mozarteum University Salzburg, Mirabellplatz 1, 5020 Salzburg, Austria

International Symposium
MIKROTÖNE ~ MICROTONES
SMALL IS BEAUTIFUL

Paper Presentations and Concerts focusing on Microtonal Music

  • An event of the International Ekmelic Music Society
  • in co-operation with the Mozarteum University Salzburg:
  • Institut für Neue Musik
  • Department Gesang
  • Department Komposition und Musiktheorie
  • and ConTempOhr.

The this year's international symposium “Mikrotöne: Small is beautiful” with microtonal specialists from 16 countries is dedicated to Franz Richter Herf (1920-1989) and his wife Maria Richter-Taborsky (1928-2018). Both were teachers at the Mozarteum University Salzburg. From 1979 thru 1983, Franz Richter Herf was rector and 1981 together with Rolf Maedel founder of the International Ekmelic Music Society.

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Admission:

Tickets available at the box office and at the door:

  • Three Day Pass:EUR 25.- / EUR 13.-
  • One Day Pass:EUR 15.- / EUR 8.-
  • Ticket for single concert:EUR 10.- / EUR 5.-

Concessionary admission applies to senior citizens, students, apprentices, recruits,
as well as to members of the International Ekmelic Music Society.

Schedule

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always in the Foyer

Exhibition

In memoriam Franz Richter Herf

Raum 2018

Foyer

  • Arrival – Registration

  • Opening – Welcoming speech

Presentations I

Chair: Agustín Castilla-Ávila

  • Rūta Stanevičiūtė (LTU)

    Rediscovering the Lithuanian Microtonal Music: Jeronimas Kačinskas and the Hába School

  • Hans-Gunter Lock (EST)

    Organizing Microtonal Pitches. Tables of Pitch-Class Sets for 13 to 24 Equal Division of the Octave as a Tool for Composers

  • Manuel Dominguez Salas (MEX)

    Freedom and movement of microtones in ishini’ioni string quartet

  • Lunch Break

Presentations II

Chair: Gertraud Steinkogler-Wurzinger

  • Coffee Break

Presentations III

Chair: Johannes Kotschy

Kleines Studio

Concert I

  • Iván Cipactli Hernández Espinosa (MEX)

    Quarter-Tone Marimba

Kleines Studio

Concert II

“Vom Leben das Beste” – Hommage to Franz Richter Herf

Shakespeare Kunst & Kulinarisches, Hubert-Sattler-Gasse 3, 5020 Salzburg

Concert III

“MAR” – Performance

  • TRAK Dance Ensemble

    Irina Repey – live Video Painting

    Agustín Castilla-Ávila – microtonal guitars

Shakespeare Kunst & Kulinarisches, Hubert-Sattler-Gasse 3, 5020 Salzburg

Concert IV

MICROTONAL JAM SESSION

Bösendorfersaal

Presentations IV

Chair: Agustín Castilla-Ávila

  • Johnny Reinhard (USA)

    128 Tuning – or 8th Octave of the Overtone Series (Harmonic Tuning)

  • Lunch Break

Presentations V

Chair: Gertraud Steinkogler-Wurzinger

Concert V

  • Laurent Estoppey (CHE)

    Microtonal Saxophone

  • Coffee Break

Presentations VI

Chair: Johannes Kotschy

Concert VI

  • Johnny Reinhard

    “The microtonal Bassoon”

Bösendorfersaal

Presentations VII

Chair: Johannes Kotschy

  • Iván Cipactli Hernández Espinosa (MEX)

    Expansion of the microtonal marimba

  • Elisa Järvi (FIN)

    Performing on the Quarter-Tone Piano, Re-Discovering Repertoire

  • Lunch Break

Presentations VIII

Chair: Agustín Castilla-Ávila

  • Richard Cameron-Wolfe (USA)

    Microtones and the Human Psyche: the Legacy of Composer John Eaton

  • Eleni Ralli (GRC)

    Harry Partch’s “The Letter”, a Comparison of the three existing versions (1943,1955,1972)

  • Coffee Break

Presentations IX

Chair: Johannes Kotschy

  • Georg Vogel, David Dornig, Valentin Duit (AUT)

    Presenting the instruments of the ensemble Dsilton, the 31-tone keyboard M-Claviton & an 8-string 31-tone guitar, the repertoire & techniques of improvisation in 31-EDO

  • Katarzyna Bartos (POL)

    Hidden mathematical processes? “Stimmung” by Karlheinz Stockhausen

Solitär

Concert VII

  • Karlheinz Stockhausen

    “Stimmung”

End of the Symposium