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FULL Two Days & Two Nights of New Music 28 Contrasts Lviv 2022 Tetiana Muliar, Rupert Bergmann

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  • Published by: Lviv Philharmonic  
  • Date Published: 2022  
  • Format: Streaming
  • Quality Video: 3 Audio:3
  • Subtitles: nosubs  
  • Video Recording from: YouTube     FULL VIDEO

This evening, a unique program will be played, presented by performers from Ukraine (Odesa) and Austria. The world-famous bass-baritone Rupert Bergman, an actor and singer with an extraordinary range of technical abilities, will present to the public a number of mini-mono-operas, ingeniously organized in the most diverse blocks of the program. Ensemble “Senza Sforzando” from the legendary Odesa festival named “Two Days and Two Nights of New Music” will also display the most modern, premiere for Lviv, the authors’ interpretation of musical novelties of the first quarter of the 21st century.


Project “Ukrainian women creators with their weapons”

• Karmella Tsepkolenko (1955). Cantata “Reading History” based on poetry by Oksana Zabuzhko (2022)
• Hanna Kopiika (1983). Cantata “Feeling-2022” based on poetry Lina Kostenko (2022)
• Asmati Chibalashvili (1986). “With Faith in Ukraine” based on poetry Yulia Dmytrenko-Despotashvili (2022)
• Kira Maidenberg-Todorova (1985). “My beloved…” based on poetry by Valeria Zhigalina (2022)

Project “Mini-mono-operas with Rupert Bergman”

Rooted in Faith

• Mykhailo Shved (1978). Psalm 137 for bass-baritone, clarinet, cello and percussion (2019)
• Kira Maidenberg-Todorova. “Conversion and Mission of Paul”, Mini-mono-opera, Libretto / Text Collage from the New Testament: Rupert Bergmann for clarinet, violoncello, percussion and piano. World premiere

Instrumental Intermezzo 1

• Julia Gomelska (1964–2016). “Wings of East Wind” (2010) for flute, clarinet, violin, violoncello and piano

Some Poetry

• Julia Gomelska. “Miracles in Places” from “Flashbacks of a Tired Popstar” for violin and piano (2014)
• Werner Schulze (1952). “Tauf- und Trinkspruch | Kinder-Reim,-Träum, Treib’n | Niesen” from “Sketches & Catches” op. 14A (2017)
• Karmella Tsepkolenko. Mini-mono-opera “Die Uhr nach” for bass-baritone, violin and piano (2007/2013). Poems by Werner Brambach, dedicated to
Rupert Bergmann

Instrumental Intermezzo 2

• Andrii Merkhel (1986). “Temporary protection: unsentimental nocturnes for Alika” episode at 9 moments for chamber ensemble (2022), world premiere

A Little Animal Zoo

• Elena Sataite (1992). “Nachash” /נָחָש / Serpent for bass-baritone and ensemble, (2019)
• Anna Stoyanova (1991). “Lion” for bass-baritone, flute, piano, cello and two tom-toms (2019)
• Ihor Zavgorodnii (1988). “Hydrodamalis gigas” for bass-baritone and ensemble (2019)
• Asmati Chibalashvili (1986). “A Gorilla and a Butterfly” by poem Danielle Lagas for bass-baritone, flute, percussion, cello and piano (2018)

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