At her second festival concert, Patricia Kopatchinskaja also shows that she is one of the most versatile artists in her field. For the musician, questioning current topics is essential for an understanding of art that can be perceived with all the senses. She has the Swiss clarinettist and improviser Reto Bieri at her side as an ideal partner for her genre-spanning programme. Bieri has made an international name for himself as a “famous programme madman” (“Neue Zürcher Zeitung”) and sound magician on his instrument. In Max Rademann’s “Tuesday Salon” Kopatchinskaja and Bieri explore compositions from Dick to Zykan as well as the famous Dadaist “Ursonate” by Kurt Schwitters.
Kurt Schwitters Ursonate (1923-32)
Dauer: 35 Min.
Kamera: Bernie van Hecke | Ton: Steven Luyckfasseel | Darsteller*innen: Patricia Kopatchinskaja, Anne-Katrin Klein, Reto Bieri, Anthony Romaniouk
Ein dadaistisches Tongedicht, das in Unsinn-Bildern mit vier Nicht-Schauspielern gefilmt wurde. 2019, Bern
Patricia Kopatchinskaja – Violine
Reto Bieri – Klarinette
Max Rademann – Moderation
Eine Veranstaltung in Kooperation mit Dresdner Musikfestspiele