Spielplan
Mon 28 October 2019
Tue 29 October 2019
Thu 31 October 2019
18:30 h Maximal Minimal Wiener Konzerthaus, Wotruba-Salon
19:00 h Minimal Night Music – Prelude: pass.age Wiener Konzerthaus, Buffet Schubert-Saal Tanz + Performance
19:30 h Eröffnungskonzert Wien Modern Wiener Konzerthaus, Großer Saal
Sat 02 November 2019
12:00 h Modified Grounds Brigittenauer Brücke
19:30 h Arditti Quartet Wiener Konzerthaus, Mozart-Saal
21:30 h Bar Modern Wiener Konzerthaus, Buffet Mozart-Saal
22:00 h Black Page Orchestra Wiener Konzerthaus, Mozart-Saal
Sun 03 November 2019
14:30 h Ensemble die Reihe. Ein Rückblick Wiener Konzerthaus, Wotruba-Salon
16:00 h Abschiedskonzert die reihe Wiener Konzerthaus, Mozart-Saal
18:00 h Bar Modern Wiener Konzerthaus, Buffet Mozart-Saal
19:30 h Schallfeld Wiener Konzerthaus, Mozart-Saal
Mon 04 November 2019
18:00 h Porträt Bernhard Lang Österreichische Gesellschaft für Musik
19:30 h Jetzt / Blackout. Ascolta Wiener Konzerthaus, Berio-Saal
20:30 h Bar Modern Wiener Konzerthaus, Buffet Berio-Saal
Tue 05 November 2019
18:45 h Salon PHACE Wiener Konzerthaus, Schönberg-Saal
19:30 h Pierluigi Billone: FACE Dia.De Wiener Konzerthaus, Mozart-Saal
Wed 06 November 2019
Thu 07 November 2019
Fri 08 November 2019
Sat 09 November 2019
Sun 10 November 2019
Tue 12 November 2019
18:45 h Einführungsgespräch Neue Oper Wien MuseumsQuartier Wien, Halle E
19:30 h Bernhard Lang: Der Reigen MuseumsQuartier Wien, Halle E
Wed 13 November 2019
Thu 14 November 2019
17:00 h Circle Line Project Ringstraßenbahn
18:00 h Miniaturen für Soloinstrumente Musik und Kunst Privatuniversität der Stadt Wien
20:00 h Miniaturen für Soloinstrumente Musik und Kunst Privatuniversität der Stadt Wien
Fri 15 November 2019
Mon 18 November 2019
18:45 h Einführungsgespräch Neue Oper Wien MuseumsQuartier Wien, Halle E
19:30 h Saiten-Tasten Wiener Konzerthaus, Berio-Saal
19:30 h Bernhard Lang: Der Reigen MuseumsQuartier Wien, Halle E
20:30 h Bar Modern Wiener Konzerthaus, Buffet Berio-Saal
Tue 26 November 2019
10:00 h Ingrid Schmoliner. Workshop + Gesprächskonzert Musik und Kunst Privatuniversität der Stadt Wien, Erkersaal
21:00 h Bar Modern Studio Molière
Wed 27 November 2019
Fri 29 November 2019
Sat 30 November 2019
19:30 h Abschlusskonzert Wien Modern Wiener Konzerthaus, Großer Saal
21:30 h Wien Modern Finale Wiener Konzerthaus, Buffet Mozart-Saal

Noa + Snow

Saturday, 10. November 2018, 14:00

Volkskundemuseum Wien
Laudongasse 15-19
1080 Wien

Noa + Snow © Alexander Meeus / Alix Eynaudi

The new project by French choreographer and dancer Alix Eynaudi (who was a member of Anne-Teresa De Keersmaeker’s Rosas company for seven years and is now based in Vienna) hasn’t actually been properly defined yet. But that is perhaps part of the concept: the Austrian Museum of Folk Life and Folk Art in the Schönborn Garden Palace will temporarily be turned into a poetic writing workshop, an informal venue, with something of a Viennese Cafe flair to it. But no food or drink will be on the menu, but rather something more of a fleeting, choreographic nature. A piano – of course a badly-tuned one -- will plays a role, too, But that is all part of the project, not least because both the pianist Han-Gyeol Lie and piano tuner Monika Schwarz are the guests in this first part of the new series. A gentle experiment that mixes the everyday with the special event.

»Noa & Snow is a poetry studio, taking place during a choreographic event. There, at the same time as a performance is unraveling, the audience is given the possibility to work on their almost daily writing tasks: applications, e-mails, long forgotten instant messages, shopping lists, letters maybe … Everything that takes place in the space is to be considered poetry. If audience members did not bring their own, they will be provided with writing material.
I am convinced of the value of acts that vitalize the imagination of art and disrupt the ossification of performing situations. Noa & Snow proposes the possibility of using a format that escapes the language in order to share an artistic practice in research – not to expose research as a finite form, which could be presented, consumed as such, but more as the possibility of creating a space and a defined time for Some Thing that is not immediately recognizable, identifiable: to shape something without it being precise.« (Alix Eynaudi)


Artists

Alix Eynaudi, Konzept, Performance

Han-Gyeol Lie + Klavierstimmer und Gäste

Program

Noa und Snow. Ein sanftes Experiment zwischen Alltag und Ereignis

Remark

Produktion boite de production – Verein für zeitgenössischen Tanz und zeitgenössische Installation in Kooperation mit Volkskundemuseum Wien, brut Wien und Wien Modern

Contact

Wien Modern
Lothringerstraße 20
1030 Vienna

Tel.: +43 1 24200
office@wienmodern.at