(c) Omar Sfeir, (c) Catherine Peillon, (c) Raisa Galofre

In this concert the Ensemble Modern presents four varied musical positions from artists active in the art, performance and music scene in Lebanon and the region. While the Lebanese, Parisbased composer and visual artist Zad Moultaka explores the meaning of sound in imperceptible space in his work, the Jordanian-German composer Saed Haddad has dedicated his piece “Mo(u)rning” to the victims of the pandemic. The two Lebanon-based sonic artists and composers Nour Sokhon and Cynthia Zaven provide space for the current situation in Lebanon. Topical issues of consumption, urban life and human co-habitation provide the starting points for Nour Sokhon’s performances and installations. By contrast, in her play, where she also performs as a pianist Cynthia Zaven considers the historical development and the current state of the city of Beirut.


Saed Haddad: Mo(u)rning (for the victims of the pandemic) (2020) (Uraufführung)
Zad Moultaka: Der letzte Klang ist der erste Blick (2021) (Uraufführung)
Nour Sokhon: Voyaging Through Silent Rumbles (2021) (Uraufführung)
Cynthia Zaven: 12 districts (Uraufführung)

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