29 November 2016, – 11 December 2016
Tinguely’s Méta-Harmonies’ Guest No.2: Four Orchestrions from the early 20th Century


Long before the age of gramophones, radios and jukeboxes, restaurants and dance halls had music automata with which to provide music on demand. These could be fitted with a wide range of instruments, in most cases starting with a piano followed by percussion instruments such as drums, cymbals and even strings and brass as a stand-in for a small to medium-sized ensemble of live musicians. Called Orchestrions, these mechanical orchestras, which played automatically without human intervention, initially worked with pinned cylinders, later with music rolls made of paper or card programmed to play various pieces. After the First World War, the scoring was adapted to the modern taste for jazz, which led to the inclusion of saxophones and accordions.

 

Cost: Museum admission, no booking required


Tinguely’s Méta-Harmonies’ Guest No.2: Four Orchestrions from the early 20th Century

29 November 2016, – 11 December 2016

Long before the age of gramophones, radios and jukeboxes, restaurants and dance halls had music automata with which to provide music on demand. These could be fitted with a wide range of instruments, in most cases starting with a piano followed by percussion instruments such as drums, cymbals and even strings and brass as a stand-in for a small to medium-sized ensemble of live musicians. Called Orchestrions, these mechanical orchestras, which played automatically without human intervention, initially worked with pinned cylinders, later with music rolls made of paper or card programmed to play various pieces. After the First World War, the scoring was adapted to the modern taste for jazz, which led to the inclusion of saxophones and accordions.

 

Cost: Museum admission, no booking required

bugnplay.ch, der digitale Jugendwettbewerb des Migros-Kulturprozent
10 December 2016, 1 – 5 pm
Workshop | Motörheadz


We build a music machine made of a motor, a percussion mallet, a resonating body and a microcontroller. Afterwards, there will be a concert at the museum lasting 10 minutes.

 

A project by bugnplay.ch, digitaler Jugendwettbewerb by Migros-Kulturprozent

Lead by Felix Bänteli, Schweizer Gesellschaft für Mechatronische Kunst SGMK

 

Max. 15 participants

Cost: 15 CHF

Registration until Friday, 09.12.2016: Tel.+41 61 688 92 70


bugnplay.ch, der digitale Jugendwettbewerb des Migros-Kulturprozent

Workshop | Motörheadz

10 December 2016, 1 – 5 pm

We build a music machine made of a motor, a percussion mallet, a resonating body and a microcontroller. Afterwards, there will be a concert at the museum lasting 10 minutes.

 

A project by bugnplay.ch, digitaler Jugendwettbewerb by Migros-Kulturprozent

Lead by Felix Bänteli, Schweizer Gesellschaft für Mechatronische Kunst SGMK

 

Max. 15 participants

Cost: 15 CHF

Registration until Friday, 09.12.2016: Tel.+41 61 688 92 70

11 December 2016, 11.30 am – 12.30 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

11 December 2016, 11.30 am – 12.30 pm

Every Sunday

Cost: Museum admission, no booking required

 

(in German)

13 December 2016
Tinguely’s Méta-Harmonies’ Guest No.3:
UNUSUAL WEATHER PHENOMENA MACHINE, 2016
An Automated Stage Set by Thom Luz


The UNUSUAL WEATHER PHENOMENA PROJECT by Swiss director and musician Thom Luz is a music theatre piece that explores weird weather effects. It premiered at the Kaserne Basel in June 2016, when Luz’s stage musicians built a self-contained weather system out of magnetic tape, helium balloons and flying loudspeakers, before eventually disappearing into a mist-swathed sound cloud. The end result of their work can now be viewed at the Museum Tinguely in the form of a music machine that by playing loops of varying length generates an unpredictable ‘weather symphony’. The music produced by combining sounds and scraps of dialogue from the stage performance is endless but never once repeats itself and is as dangerous and as beautiful as the weather itself.

 

With musical contributions from: Michael Flury, Evelinn Trouble, Mathias Weibel and Mara Miribung; Sound engineer: Martin Hofstetter

Cost: Museum admission


Tinguely’s Méta-Harmonies’ Guest No.3:
UNUSUAL WEATHER PHENOMENA MACHINE, 2016
An Automated Stage Set by Thom Luz

13 December 2016

The UNUSUAL WEATHER PHENOMENA PROJECT by Swiss director and musician Thom Luz is a music theatre piece that explores weird weather effects. It premiered at the Kaserne Basel in June 2016, when Luz’s stage musicians built a self-contained weather system out of magnetic tape, helium balloons and flying loudspeakers, before eventually disappearing into a mist-swathed sound cloud. The end result of their work can now be viewed at the Museum Tinguely in the form of a music machine that by playing loops of varying length generates an unpredictable ‘weather symphony’. The music produced by combining sounds and scraps of dialogue from the stage performance is endless but never once repeats itself and is as dangerous and as beautiful as the weather itself.

 

With musical contributions from: Michael Flury, Evelinn Trouble, Mathias Weibel and Mara Miribung; Sound engineer: Martin Hofstetter

Cost: Museum admission

13 December 2016, 1 – 1.30 pm
Tinguely Tours | Music Machines / Machine Music


12.30 am Short guided tour in German

1 pm Short guided tour in English

 

Cost: Museum admission, no booking required


Tinguely Tours | Music Machines / Machine Music

13 December 2016, 1 – 1.30 pm

12.30 am Short guided tour in German

1 pm Short guided tour in English

 

Cost: Museum admission, no booking required

14 December 2016, 2 – 5 pm
Kinderclub


Children of age 8 and up, max. 10 people

Cost: 5 CHF, bring snack

Registration until Tuesday midday, 13.12.2016: tel.+41 61 688 92 70

 

(in German)


Kinderclub

14 December 2016, 2 – 5 pm

Children of age 8 and up, max. 10 people

Cost: 5 CHF, bring snack

Registration until Tuesday midday, 13.12.2016: tel.+41 61 688 92 70

 

(in German)

18 December 2016, 11.30 am – 12.30 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

18 December 2016, 11.30 am – 12.30 pm

Every Sunday

Cost: Museum admission, no booking required

 

(in German)

20 December 2016
Tinguely’s Méta-Harmonies’ Guest No.4: Things You Do Seldom, 2016
Created by Bianca Hildenbrand (CH), Eliza Coolidge aka SIS (USA) and Timothy Severo (USA)


Things You Do Seldom is a collaboration of artists, musicians and architects from Hudson (NY) and Basel (CH).
The work’s origin is found in the conceptual piece Die Meisten Sachen Macht Man Selten (Most Things One Seldom Does) (1994/1997) by contemporary Swiss composer Jürg Frey.
As an homage to his work, Things You Do Seldom looks at the fascinating quality of sound and music as a universal, open-source language. The installation uses everyday objects as modular elements rearranged in a variety of sonic structures to create new habits of listening.

In reverence of Jürg Frey’s piece, 100 sculptures were built from found, forgotten, and discarded materials. When used as instruments, the objects come to life as an unlikely, yet familiar orchestra of frequencies. They encourage an altered sensory experience of everyday habits within the world of sound.

For the exhibition at Museum Tinguely, visitors are invited to explore the 100 sound sculptures as recorded samples on transparent interfaces alongside seven new instruments to create their own acoustic experiments.

Download the sound library and participate: www.thingsyoudoseldom.com

 


Tinguely’s Méta-Harmonies’ Guest No.4: Things You Do Seldom, 2016
Created by Bianca Hildenbrand (CH), Eliza Coolidge aka SIS (USA) and Timothy Severo (USA)

20 December 2016

Things You Do Seldom is a collaboration of artists, musicians and architects from Hudson (NY) and Basel (CH).
The work’s origin is found in the conceptual piece Die Meisten Sachen Macht Man Selten (Most Things One Seldom Does) (1994/1997) by contemporary Swiss composer Jürg Frey.
As an homage to his work, Things You Do Seldom looks at the fascinating quality of sound and music as a universal, open-source language. The installation uses everyday objects as modular elements rearranged in a variety of sonic structures to create new habits of listening.

In reverence of Jürg Frey’s piece, 100 sculptures were built from found, forgotten, and discarded materials. When used as instruments, the objects come to life as an unlikely, yet familiar orchestra of frequencies. They encourage an altered sensory experience of everyday habits within the world of sound.

For the exhibition at Museum Tinguely, visitors are invited to explore the 100 sound sculptures as recorded samples on transparent interfaces alongside seven new instruments to create their own acoustic experiments.

Download the sound library and participate: www.thingsyoudoseldom.com

 

27 December 2016, 1 – 1.30 pm
Tinguely Tours | Music Machines / Machine Music


12.30 am Short guided tour in German

1 pm Short guided tour in English

 

Cost: Museum admission, no booking required


Tinguely Tours | Music Machines / Machine Music

27 December 2016, 1 – 1.30 pm

12.30 am Short guided tour in German

1 pm Short guided tour in English

 

Cost: Museum admission, no booking required

Eliza Coolidge, Bianca Hildenbrand, Timothy Severo, Things You Do Seldom, 2016, Soundinstallation / Performance © 2016, Eliza Coolidge, Bianca Hildenbrand, Timothy Severo; Foto: Jeffrey Coolidge
6 January 2017, 7 – 9 pm
Performance | „Things You Do Seldom“, 2016


Performance with Eliza Coolidge aka SIS, Bianca Hildenbrand, Timothy Severo, Victor Moser, Fabian Gisler and TBA

Cost: Museum admission


Eliza Coolidge, Bianca Hildenbrand, Timothy Severo, Things You Do Seldom, 2016, Soundinstallation / Performance © 2016, Eliza Coolidge, Bianca Hildenbrand, Timothy Severo; Foto: Jeffrey Coolidge

Performance | „Things You Do Seldom“, 2016

6 January 2017, 7 – 9 pm

Performance with Eliza Coolidge aka SIS, Bianca Hildenbrand, Timothy Severo, Victor Moser, Fabian Gisler and TBA

Cost: Museum admission

7 January 2017, 7 pm
Concert | Echanges


Students of the percussion and free improvisation classes of the School of Music
(Hochschule für Musik) FHNW / Musik-Akademie Basel approach the machine sounds of the Méta-Harmonies in their own individual manner: by newly orchestrating Rolf Liebermann's symphony Les Echanges (EXPO 1964), yet a different kind of machine music. Or by allowing sounds – generally perceived as “waste” – to bloom on their respective instrument, thus entering in a respectful and subtle dialogue with Jean Tinguely. 

Class of Matthias Würsch: percussion
Class of Alfred Zimmerlin: free improvisation

Cost: Museum admission


Concert | Echanges

7 January 2017, 7 pm

Students of the percussion and free improvisation classes of the School of Music
(Hochschule für Musik) FHNW / Musik-Akademie Basel approach the machine sounds of the Méta-Harmonies in their own individual manner: by newly orchestrating Rolf Liebermann's symphony Les Echanges (EXPO 1964), yet a different kind of machine music. Or by allowing sounds – generally perceived as “waste” – to bloom on their respective instrument, thus entering in a respectful and subtle dialogue with Jean Tinguely. 

Class of Matthias Würsch: percussion
Class of Alfred Zimmerlin: free improvisation

Cost: Museum admission

8 January 2017, 11.30 am – c. 1 pm
Public Guided Tour | Music Machines / Machine Music


Public guided tour (in German) with the conservator Jean-Marc Gaillard through the temporary exhibition

Cost: Museum admission, no booking required


Public Guided Tour | Music Machines / Machine Music

8 January 2017, 11.30 am – c. 1 pm

Public guided tour (in German) with the conservator Jean-Marc Gaillard through the temporary exhibition

Cost: Museum admission, no booking required

8 January 2017, 2 pm
“Klamauk”-Special


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


“Klamauk”-Special

8 January 2017, 2 pm

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

8 January 2017, 4 pm
Concert | Julian Sartorius


Another musician who is set to enter into an acoustic dialogue with the Méta-Harmonies is Julian Sartorius, who records short, mechanical sound sequences and then develops them through improvisation. The beat has been the defining element in the life of this award-winning drummer and percussionist from Thun (b. 1981) since he was just five years old. With indefatigable curiosity and creativity, not to mention stupendous technique, he sounds out a wide range of musical styles and by making some unusual additions to his drum set experiments with new acoustic effects, opening up unique soundscapes full of dynamism, colour, mood and tension. Such is his capacity to draw out drumming’s unimagined dimensions that he has no problem keeping his audiences captivated.

 

A joint venture with the bird’s eye jazz club

Cost: Museum admission; the bird’s eye jazz club gold and silver members: free;
standard members: 9 CHF


Concert | Julian Sartorius

8 January 2017, 4 pm

Another musician who is set to enter into an acoustic dialogue with the Méta-Harmonies is Julian Sartorius, who records short, mechanical sound sequences and then develops them through improvisation. The beat has been the defining element in the life of this award-winning drummer and percussionist from Thun (b. 1981) since he was just five years old. With indefatigable curiosity and creativity, not to mention stupendous technique, he sounds out a wide range of musical styles and by making some unusual additions to his drum set experiments with new acoustic effects, opening up unique soundscapes full of dynamism, colour, mood and tension. Such is his capacity to draw out drumming’s unimagined dimensions that he has no problem keeping his audiences captivated.

 

A joint venture with the bird’s eye jazz club

Cost: Museum admission; the bird’s eye jazz club gold and silver members: free;
standard members: 9 CHF

10 January 2017, 1 – 1.30 pm
Tinguely Tours | Music Machines / Machine Music


12.30 am Short guided tour in German

1 pm Short guided tour in English

 

Cost: Museum admission, no booking required


Tinguely Tours | Music Machines / Machine Music

10 January 2017, 1 – 1.30 pm

12.30 am Short guided tour in German

1 pm Short guided tour in English

 

Cost: Museum admission, no booking required

11 January 2017, 2 – 5 pm
Kinderclub


Children of age 8 and up, max. 10 people

Cost: 5 CHF, bring snack

Registration until Tuesday midday, 10.01.2016: tel.+41 61 688 92 70

 

(in German)


Kinderclub

11 January 2017, 2 – 5 pm

Children of age 8 and up, max. 10 people

Cost: 5 CHF, bring snack

Registration until Tuesday midday, 10.01.2016: tel.+41 61 688 92 70

 

(in German)

15 January 2017, 11.30 am – 12.30 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

15 January 2017, 11.30 am – 12.30 pm

Every Sunday

Cost: Museum admission, no booking required

 

(in German)

15 January 2017, 6 pm
Concert | Ensemble Phoenix Basel: “Phonola”


6 pm: An introduction on Phonola

7 pm: Concert

 

Program:
Alex Buess (*1954, CH): New Work for Phonola and Ensemble (premiere, commissioned by the Ensemble Phoenix Basel)
Wolfgang Heisig (*1952): Se Io Ho Ben La Tua Parola Intesa for Phonola, 2 clarinets and violin (1998); works for Phonola
Conlon Nancarrow (1912 – 1997): Studies for Player Piano (Phonola)

 

From the 1940s the American composer Conlon Nancarrow composed almost exclusively for the pianola or player piano, as the instrument is called in America. Invented around the turn of the century, the player piano inspired many composers to write works for it, among them Igor Stravinsky, Paul Hindemith and George Antheil. Nancarrow himself wrote over fifty Studies for it that would be unplayable for human hands and fingers. The German composer Wolfgang Heisig met Nancarrow in Paris in the 1990s and since then has specialized in the reconstruction of Nancarrow’s piano rolls. As a composer, he writes both solo works and pieces for ensemble with Phonola. With his affinity for unusual means of producing sounds, the Basel composer Alex Buess will also contribute to the programme with a new work for Phonola, ensemble and live electronics.

 

Tickets : 30 CHF; AHV / IV / Students: 20 CHF;
Students of the Music Academy: 5 CHF


Concert | Ensemble Phoenix Basel: “Phonola”

15 January 2017, 6 pm

6 pm: An introduction on Phonola

7 pm: Concert

 

Program:
Alex Buess (*1954, CH): New Work for Phonola and Ensemble (premiere, commissioned by the Ensemble Phoenix Basel)
Wolfgang Heisig (*1952): Se Io Ho Ben La Tua Parola Intesa for Phonola, 2 clarinets and violin (1998); works for Phonola
Conlon Nancarrow (1912 – 1997): Studies for Player Piano (Phonola)

 

From the 1940s the American composer Conlon Nancarrow composed almost exclusively for the pianola or player piano, as the instrument is called in America. Invented around the turn of the century, the player piano inspired many composers to write works for it, among them Igor Stravinsky, Paul Hindemith and George Antheil. Nancarrow himself wrote over fifty Studies for it that would be unplayable for human hands and fingers. The German composer Wolfgang Heisig met Nancarrow in Paris in the 1990s and since then has specialized in the reconstruction of Nancarrow’s piano rolls. As a composer, he writes both solo works and pieces for ensemble with Phonola. With his affinity for unusual means of producing sounds, the Basel composer Alex Buess will also contribute to the programme with a new work for Phonola, ensemble and live electronics.

 

Tickets : 30 CHF; AHV / IV / Students: 20 CHF;
Students of the Music Academy: 5 CHF

16 January 2017, 7 pm
Concert | Ensemble Phoenix Basel: “Phonola”


7 pm: An introduction on Phonola

8 pm: Concert

 

Program:
Alex Buess (*1954, CH): New Work for Phonola and Ensemble (premiere, commissioned by the Ensemble Phoenix Basel)
Wolfgang Heisig (*1952): Se Io Ho Ben La Tua Parola Intesa for Phonola, 2 clarinets and violin (1998); works for Phonola
Conlon Nancarrow (1912 – 1997): Studies for Player Piano (Phonola)

 

From the 1940s the American composer Conlon Nancarrow composed almost exclusively for the pianola or player piano, as the instrument is called in America. Invented around the turn of the century, the player piano inspired many composers to write works for it, among them Igor Stravinsky, Paul Hindemith and George Antheil. Nancarrow himself wrote over fifty Studies for it that would be unplayable for human hands and fingers. The German composer Wolfgang Heisig met Nancarrow in Paris in the 1990s and since then has specialized in the reconstruction of Nancarrow’s piano rolls. As a composer, he writes both solo works and pieces for ensemble with Phonola. With his affinity for unusual means of producing sounds, the Basel composer Alex Buess will also contribute to the programme with a new work for Phonola, ensemble and live electronics.

 

Tickets : 30 CHF; AHV / IV / Students: 20 CHF;
Students of the Music Academy: 5 CHF


Concert | Ensemble Phoenix Basel: “Phonola”

16 January 2017, 7 pm

7 pm: An introduction on Phonola

8 pm: Concert

 

Program:
Alex Buess (*1954, CH): New Work for Phonola and Ensemble (premiere, commissioned by the Ensemble Phoenix Basel)
Wolfgang Heisig (*1952): Se Io Ho Ben La Tua Parola Intesa for Phonola, 2 clarinets and violin (1998); works for Phonola
Conlon Nancarrow (1912 – 1997): Studies for Player Piano (Phonola)

 

From the 1940s the American composer Conlon Nancarrow composed almost exclusively for the pianola or player piano, as the instrument is called in America. Invented around the turn of the century, the player piano inspired many composers to write works for it, among them Igor Stravinsky, Paul Hindemith and George Antheil. Nancarrow himself wrote over fifty Studies for it that would be unplayable for human hands and fingers. The German composer Wolfgang Heisig met Nancarrow in Paris in the 1990s and since then has specialized in the reconstruction of Nancarrow’s piano rolls. As a composer, he writes both solo works and pieces for ensemble with Phonola. With his affinity for unusual means of producing sounds, the Basel composer Alex Buess will also contribute to the programme with a new work for Phonola, ensemble and live electronics.

 

Tickets : 30 CHF; AHV / IV / Students: 20 CHF;
Students of the Music Academy: 5 CHF

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)

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

 

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

 

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)