18 January 2017, 2 – 5 pm
Kinderclub


Children of age 8 and up, max. 10 people

Cost: 5 CHF, bring snack

Registration until Tuesday midday, 17.01.2016: tel.+41 61 688 92 70

 

(in German)


Kinderclub

18 January 2017, 2 – 5 pm

Children of age 8 and up, max. 10 people

Cost: 5 CHF, bring snack

Registration until Tuesday midday, 17.01.2016: tel.+41 61 688 92 70

 

(in German)

20 January 2017, 6 pm – 2 am
MUSEUMS NIGHT Méta Music Night


Mini-Méta-Instruments
Join in! Build your own mini-méta-musical instrument so that you can perform in one of the Méta-Monster Concerts in the Solitude-Park

 

Shooting Gallery
Performative installation inspired by the work of the artist Stephen Cripps (special exhibiton from 27 January onwards on view at Museum Tinguely). Visitors are invited to join in and ‘take a shot’ at an arrangement of sound-producing objects.

 

Beatbox / Mini-Workshop
Rhythm demo workshop with Claudio Rudin, aka Ciaccolo,
one of Switzerland’s best beat-boxers.

 

Midnight: Never shall thy name sound sweeter!
A mobile, musical alphabet invites visitors to translate their own name into sound and rhythm.

 

Sing! Sing! Sing! Karaoke @ Tinguely
Your own vocal cords versus Tinguely’s music machines! As the frontman of the karaoke band STARMACHINE playing life music you will feel like a real star.

>> Visit their website

 

The Big Fat Flipper (new timing)
6:30 – 8:30 pm | 9 – 11 pm | 11:30 pm – 1 am
Switzerland's last vagrant Pintballmachine by Günstler & Gegner

 

>> detailed program with timeschedule

>> Tickets: www.museumsnacht.ch


MUSEUMS NIGHT Méta Music Night

20 January 2017, 6 pm – 2 am

Mini-Méta-Instruments
Join in! Build your own mini-méta-musical instrument so that you can perform in one of the Méta-Monster Concerts in the Solitude-Park

 

Shooting Gallery
Performative installation inspired by the work of the artist Stephen Cripps (special exhibiton from 27 January onwards on view at Museum Tinguely). Visitors are invited to join in and ‘take a shot’ at an arrangement of sound-producing objects.

 

Beatbox / Mini-Workshop
Rhythm demo workshop with Claudio Rudin, aka Ciaccolo,
one of Switzerland’s best beat-boxers.

 

Midnight: Never shall thy name sound sweeter!
A mobile, musical alphabet invites visitors to translate their own name into sound and rhythm.

 

Sing! Sing! Sing! Karaoke @ Tinguely
Your own vocal cords versus Tinguely’s music machines! As the frontman of the karaoke band STARMACHINE playing life music you will feel like a real star.

>> Visit their website

 

The Big Fat Flipper (new timing)
6:30 – 8:30 pm | 9 – 11 pm | 11:30 pm – 1 am
Switzerland's last vagrant Pintballmachine by Günstler & Gegner

 

>> detailed program with timeschedule

>> Tickets: www.museumsnacht.ch


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21 January 2017, 7.30 pm
Mizmorim Festival 2017: GO EAST!


Tickets: www.mizmorimfestival.com; Bider & Tanner, Aeschenvorstadt 2, CH 4010 Basel, tel: +41 61 206 99 96, ticket@biderundtanner.notexisting@nodomain.comch

 

 

7.30 pm: Un meccanismo

 

Program:

Matan Porat (* 1982): Mizmorim – Rhapsodie for clarinet and
string quartet (premiere)
György Kurtág (* 1926): Tre Pezzi for violin and piano
György Ligeti (1923 – 2006): Streichquartett Nr. 2 (1968)
 

Szymanowski string quartet; Chen Halevi: clarinet; Agata Szymczewska: violin;
Noam Greenberg: piano

 

The Third Mizmorim Festival ‘GO EAST!’ in 2017 celebrates Jewish composers from Eastern Europe with particular spotlight György Sándor Ligeti and György Kurtág. At the first concert Un meccanismo, the Festival’s Composer in Residence Matan Porat has composed a new work for clarinet and string quartet, which will be premiered in this concert alongside Ligeti’s second string quartet and Tre pezzi.

 

 

9 pm: Ballroom Dances

 

Program:

György Ligeti (1923 – 2006): Alte ungarische Gesellschaftstänze for flute, clarinet and string quartet
Pavel Haas (1899 – 1944): Suite for oboe and piano
Kryštof Mařatka (*1972): Csárdás Nr. 1 for string quartet, clarinet and piano

 

Szymanowski string quartet; Nicholas Daniel: oboe; Chen Halevi: clarinet;
Michal Lewkowicz: clarinet; Rotem Braten: flute; Noam Greenberg: piano

 

The concert Ballroom Dances comprises pieces of the Pavel Haas Suite for oboe and piano and a work by Ligeti for the interesting combination of flute, clarinet and string quartet and an exciting Csárdás by the czech composer Kryštof Mařatka for string quartet, clarinet and piano.


Mizmorim Festival 2017: GO EAST!

21 January 2017, 7.30 pm

Tickets: www.mizmorimfestival.com; Bider & Tanner, Aeschenvorstadt 2, CH 4010 Basel, tel: +41 61 206 99 96, ticket@biderundtanner.notexisting@nodomain.comch

 

 

7.30 pm: Un meccanismo

 

Program:

Matan Porat (* 1982): Mizmorim – Rhapsodie for clarinet and
string quartet (premiere)
György Kurtág (* 1926): Tre Pezzi for violin and piano
György Ligeti (1923 – 2006): Streichquartett Nr. 2 (1968)
 

Szymanowski string quartet; Chen Halevi: clarinet; Agata Szymczewska: violin;
Noam Greenberg: piano

 

The Third Mizmorim Festival ‘GO EAST!’ in 2017 celebrates Jewish composers from Eastern Europe with particular spotlight György Sándor Ligeti and György Kurtág. At the first concert Un meccanismo, the Festival’s Composer in Residence Matan Porat has composed a new work for clarinet and string quartet, which will be premiered in this concert alongside Ligeti’s second string quartet and Tre pezzi.

 

 

9 pm: Ballroom Dances

 

Program:

György Ligeti (1923 – 2006): Alte ungarische Gesellschaftstänze for flute, clarinet and string quartet
Pavel Haas (1899 – 1944): Suite for oboe and piano
Kryštof Mařatka (*1972): Csárdás Nr. 1 for string quartet, clarinet and piano

 

Szymanowski string quartet; Nicholas Daniel: oboe; Chen Halevi: clarinet;
Michal Lewkowicz: clarinet; Rotem Braten: flute; Noam Greenberg: piano

 

The concert Ballroom Dances comprises pieces of the Pavel Haas Suite for oboe and piano and a work by Ligeti for the interesting combination of flute, clarinet and string quartet and an exciting Csárdás by the czech composer Kryštof Mařatka for string quartet, clarinet and piano.

22 January 2017, 11 am
Mizmorim Festival 2017: “Let’s Dance!” Concert for families and children


Tickets: www.mizmorimfestival.com; Bider & Tanner, Aeschenvorstadt 2, CH 4010 Basel, Tel: +41 61 206 99 96, ticket@biderundtanner.notexisting@nodomain.comch

 

 

Program:

György Kurtág: Játékok for piano four hands
Mark Rozsavölgyi: Ballroom Dances for string quartet


Rachel Braunschweig: actress; Mathis Markus: actor;
Szymanowski Streichquartett; Noam Greenberg: piano; Benedek Horváth: piano

 

The concert Let’s Dance! will be introduced by actors Rachel Braunschweig & Mathis Markus.

 


Mizmorim Festival 2017: “Let’s Dance!” Concert for families and children

22 January 2017, 11 am

Tickets: www.mizmorimfestival.com; Bider & Tanner, Aeschenvorstadt 2, CH 4010 Basel, Tel: +41 61 206 99 96, ticket@biderundtanner.notexisting@nodomain.comch

 

 

Program:

György Kurtág: Játékok for piano four hands
Mark Rozsavölgyi: Ballroom Dances for string quartet


Rachel Braunschweig: actress; Mathis Markus: actor;
Szymanowski Streichquartett; Noam Greenberg: piano; Benedek Horváth: piano

 

The concert Let’s Dance! will be introduced by actors Rachel Braunschweig & Mathis Markus.

 

22 January 2017, 12.30 – 13.30 pm
Public Guided Tour | Music Machines / Machine Music


Every Sunday

Cost: Museum admission, no booking required

 

(in German)


Public Guided Tour | Music Machines / Machine Music

22 January 2017, 12.30 – 13.30 pm

Every Sunday

Cost: Museum admission, no booking required

 

(in German)

22 January 2017, 12.30 – 6 pm
bugnplay Marketplace


Find out more about bugnplay, the competition for young gamers, coders and multimedia artists by Migros-Kulturprozent, and about the Music Machine Award, a cooperation with the Museum Tinguely. Visitors to the Museum Tinguely, on this afternoon will be able to admire prize-winning music machines and other fascinating acoustic-kinetic inventions. They are also invited to bring their own music machines along with them.

 

Sign up and more information at www.bugnplay.ch


bugnplay Marketplace

22 January 2017, 12.30 – 6 pm

Find out more about bugnplay, the competition for young gamers, coders and multimedia artists by Migros-Kulturprozent, and about the Music Machine Award, a cooperation with the Museum Tinguely. Visitors to the Museum Tinguely, on this afternoon will be able to admire prize-winning music machines and other fascinating acoustic-kinetic inventions. They are also invited to bring their own music machines along with them.

 

Sign up and more information at www.bugnplay.ch

22 January 2017, 2 pm
“Klamauk”-Special


Jean Tinguely's Klamauk (1979) on tour in the Solitude-Park (weather permitting)


“Klamauk”-Special

22 January 2017, 2 pm

Jean Tinguely's Klamauk (1979) on tour in the Solitude-Park (weather permitting)

26 January 2017, 6.30 pm
VERNISSAGE | Stephen Cripps. Performing Machines


Free admission


VERNISSAGE | Stephen Cripps. Performing Machines

26 January 2017, 6.30 pm

Free admission

27 January 2017, 4 pm
Roche'n'Jazz | The Catz!!!


Cost: Museum admission, no booking required

>> Further Information


Roche'n'Jazz | The Catz!!!

27 January 2017, 4 pm

Cost: Museum admission, no booking required

>> Further Information


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