Konsert - Concert
May 17, 19:00

Program - Programme

(programme in PDF format)

Gioacchino Rossini
Cavatina di Rosina, from "Il Barbiere di Siviglia"

Kristina Hammarström, Mezzosopran
Gunnar Julin, Director Musices: Radio Baton

David A. Jaffe & Andrew Schloss
Suite from the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World

Andrew Schloss: Radio Drum

Wolfgang A. Mozart
Sonata in F major KV 332
Pietro Pittari: Piano

Kristina Hammarström

Kristina Hammarström has become a requested singer both in Sweden and abroad. Among opera houses where she has been performing are Opéra Bastille in Paris, Kammeroper in Vienna and the opera houses in Düsseldorf, Strasbourg, Lübeck, Lausanne and Dublin. In Sweden she performed at the opera houses in Stockholm, Göteborg and Malmö. Kristina Hammarström is appreciated also as concert singer and has a large repertoire in the sacred music compositions.During fall 2001 she sang Octavian in a concert performance of Der Rosenkavalier in Odessa, and Cecilio in Mozart's Lucio Silla with Danmark's Radio Sinfonietta conducted by Adam Fischer in concerts in Copenhagen and Mannheim. Her activities during this spring includes Mozart's Requiem with the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra and Manfred Honeck in a European tour including Vienna, Salzburg and Berlin.


Gunnar Julin

Gunnar Julin has recently been engaged as Director Musices at KTH. In this capacity he will start courses in music theory and practise for students at KTH. Furthermore, he is starting a KTH symphonic and also a wind instrument orchestra. In these orchestras all persons working or studying at KTH are welcome.Maestro Julin is working at the S:t Matteus church, Stockholm where he also conducts a choir and a symphonic orchestra. He has conducted the main symphonic orchestras in Stockholm, Malmö and Umeå and has conducted performances of the operetta Die lustige Witwe, and the musicals Animalen and La Cage aux Folles at the Oscars theatre in Stockholm. He has also worked as teacher at Adolf Fredriks Musikklasser.


Andrew Schloss

Andrew Schloss, percussionist, composer and researcher, was born in Hartford, Connecticut in 1952. He studied at Bennington College, the University of Washington, and Stanford University, where he received his Ph.D. in 1985. Since that time, he has taught at Brown University, the University of California at San Diego, and since 1990 at the University of Victoria. In 1988, he was awarded a Fulbright grant to conduct research at IRCAM, during which time he tested, refined and employed the Radio-Drum. His research and performance with "intelligent musical instruments" is widely recognized, and he is currently performing extensively on this new instrument; he has been called a virtuoso on this new instrument by its inventors.More info about Andrew Schloss can be found here: http://kafka.uvic.ca/~aschloss/Bios/Langloisbio.html


Pietro Pittari

Pietro Pittari was born 1970 in Conegliano, Italy. He studied classical piano in Venice with M.° Vincenzo Pertile, in Düsseldorf with Prof. David Levine, in Hannover with Prof. Karl-Heinz Kämmerling, in Trossingen with Prof. Viktor Merzhanov. He is currently teaching in the Music School Leverkusen as well as performing as a classical and jazz pianist in addition to composing his own music.




The symposium is organised by the Music Acoustics Group at KTH. It will take place in the Italian Cultural Institute "C. M. Lerici", address Gärdesgatan 14, Stockholm. The participation is free.

For more information about the concert and STOMPS 2002 please write to Roberto Bresin: roberto@speech.kth.se


Anders Friberg, Johan Sundberg, Roberto Bresin
Organising Committee

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