On 20 July 2019 The Schoole will perform the piece by Manfred Stahnke
„…wohlgestimmte gebärende Harmoney“
Annäherungen an Jacob Böhme
The piece was commissioned by The Schoole of Night and the International Jacob Böhme Society and it is designed specifically for acoustics of the Nikolaikirche in Görlitz.
20 July 2019, 21.00 Nikolaikirche Görlitz
Manfred Stahnke has written a piece for The Schoole of Night. The composition has been commissioned by The Schoole and the International Jakob Böhme Society and it is designed for the acoustic space of the Nikolaikirche (St. Nicolas’ Church) in Görlitz and it is based on the texts of Jakob Böhme. It is written for soprano, trombone, viola, synthesiser and electric guitar.
The project will be produced together with the Evangelische Kulturstiftung Görlitz.
The Schoole has just finished recording Robert Dowland’s A Musicall Banquet (1610). The CD will be produced together with Radio Bremen and DUX.
The ensemble Bella Discordia will perform a programme of music written for a female voice
‘La virtuosissima cantatrice’ with music of Barbara Strozzi, Francesca Caccini and Luzzascho Luzzaschi within the Semperoper concert series STIMMKUNST.
19 May 2018 19.00
more under: https://www.semperoper.de/spielplan/stuecke/stid/Stimmkunst/61059.html
3 November 2017 Wrocławski Dom Literatury, 19.00
The Schoole will take part in the event “Zaduszki Literackie” (Literary All Souls’) in the Wrocław House of Literature (Wrocławski Dom Literatury).
In the programme: Diederich von dem Werder’s songs of consolation (Trostlieder, 1653) and John Dowland’s songs form The Second Booke of Songs (1600) .
starts at 19.00
Wrocławski Dom Literatury
Przejście Garncarskie 2
The Schoole of Night will perform the entire Second Booke of Songs or Ayres (1600) of John Dowland during the Usedomer Musikfestival.
Sunday, 8.10.2017 at 11.30 in the telier Otto Niemeyer-Holstein | Lüttenort (Koserow)
On 25 August 2017, The Schoole will perform the reformatory programme again. This time in Jarosław, Poland, in St. Nicolas Church, at 20.00, during the early music festival The Song of Our Roots.