Romantic Revolution - Bruckner Unlimited Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin
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- Anton Bruckner (1824-1896):
- 1Mäßig Bewegt07:51
- 2Something Went Wrong08:01
- 3SONEL (Sounds of New Experimental Life)07:58
- 4Moments de lucidité consciente04:09
- 5Revolution of Chaos04:16
- 6One Step Away04:54
- 7Goodbye to Romance02:45
- 8One Hundred?05:46
- 9Symphony #406:20
Info for Romantic Revolution - Bruckner Unlimited
The Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin (DSO Berlin) has announced the winners of “Romantic Revolution: Bruckner Unlimited”, the 2015-16 Remix Contest. This edition invited sound artists and musicians to rework samples from the fourth and last movement of Symphony No. 4 in E-flat major by Austrian composer Anton Bruckner (1824-1896). With this contest, DSO Berlin and SONOS, the audio equipment company, aim at bridging the gap between two musical genres and explore spectacular new sound experiences.
The first prize went to London-based sound artist François Larini aka S/QU/NC/R who convinced the jury with his track Mäßig bewegt. The second prize went to Lambert Windges from Grevenbroich in Westphalia, the third prize to Rabon Aibo alias AIBOS from Lübeck.
Toronto-born Oscar Finch aka VennDiagramm, third prizewinner of the 2014 contest was awarded the fourth prize. The fifth prize is shared between Berlin-based Swiss Alexandre J. Maurer aka Arctic Joy and V. B. Kühl aka Volker Bahmer from Frankfurt.
The patron of the competition is internationally renowned German musician, DJ and producer Henrik Schwarz. The winners were selected by an international jury composed of Henrik Schwarz; Daniel Gerhardt, Spex editor; Julian Weber, taz editor; and Estonian conductor Risto Joost.
Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin
Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin For 70 years the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin (DSO Berlin) has distinguished itself as one of Germany's leading orchestras. The number of renowned music directors, the scope and variety of its work, and its particular emphasis on modern and contemporary music, makes the ensemble unique. Founded as the RIAS Symphony Orchestra in 1946, it was renamed the Radio Symphony Orchestra Berlin in 1956 and has borne its current name since 1993.
As the first music director, Ferenc Fricsay defined the standards in terms of repertoire, acoustic ideal and media presence. In 1964, the young Lorin Maazel assumed artistic responsibility. In 1982, he was followed by Riccardo Chailly and in 1989 by Vladimir Askenazy. Kent Nagano was appointed music director in 2000. Since his departure in 2006, he has been associated with the orchestra as an honorary conductor.
From 2007 to 2010, as the successor to Nagano, Ingo Metzmacher set decisive accents in the concert life of the capital with progressive programmes and consistent commitment to the music of the 20th and 21st centuries. Since September 2012, the North Ossetian Tugan Sokhiev has been music director of the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin; his successor Robin Ticciati will take on the position starting with the season of 2017-18.
Apart from its concerts in Berlin, the DSO is also present in many guest appearances in international music life. The orchestra has held performances in the major concert halls of Europe, North and South America, the Near, Middle and Far East. The DSO is also in demand worldwide with many award-winning CD recordings. In 2011, it was awarded a Grammy Award for the best opera recording for the production of Kaija Saariaho's ›L'amour de loin‹ conducted by Kent Nagano. After the recording of ›Ivan the Terrible‹ in June of 2014 the orchestra released its second production under the baton of Tugan Sokhiev in March of 2015 with Prokofiev's Fifth Symphony and ›Scythian Suite‹.
The Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin is an ensemble of the Radio Orchestra and Choirs GmbH (roc berlin). The shareholders are Deutschlandradio, the Federal Republic of Germany, the State of Berlin and Radio Berlin-Brandenburg.