#50 – July 06, 2020
for bass flute, bass clarinet and percussion
Annette Schlünz’s Dehors is our Composition of the Week. During this pandemic times, programming new music has become a real challenge to all of us. This 6-minute wonderful evocative piece of music can certainly be a great choice for an advanced trio among the members of your ensemble.
Dehors was premiered in Germany on October 21, 2005 by the TrioLog Ensemble from Munich. The work is available on rental from Boosey and Hawkes for the whole world.
Annette Schlünz (b.23 September 1964, Dessau, Germany) studied music at the Dresden Music School from 1983 to 1987 with Udo Zimmermann and at the Academy of Arts in Berlin from 1988 to 1991 with Paul-Heinz Dittrich. She also studied with Iannis Xenakis at Darmstadt and Helmut Lachenmann in Stuttgart.
Schlünz took a teaching position at the Dresden Center for Contemporary Music in 1987 and taught at the Dresden Music School from 1987 to 1992. She went on a concert and lecture tour in South America in 1996, and also appeared in Denmark, France, Spain, the USA, and Vietnam in 2001. She has also lectured at the electronic music studio of the Academy of Arts in Berlin, the Brandenburg Colloquium, the Akademie Schloss Solitude in Stuttgart and the German Academy at the Villa Massimo in Rome. She was composer-in-residence at GRAME Centre National de Création Musicale in Lyon in 2005.
She lives in Southern Germany and teaches at the Strasbourg Conservatoire of Music in France
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