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Stockhausen, Markus: Explorations, Masterclass on Intuitive Music and More at San Quirico

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  • EAN Code: 080681050887
  • Format: 1 Cd
  • Genre: Chamber
  • Instrumentation: Trumpet
  • Period: Contemporary
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FROM ALBUM NOTES by Markus Stockhausen:

In the year 2014, the Italian pianist and teacher Alessandra Garosi invited Markus Stockhausen to conduct a seminar on “Intuitive Music and More” at the “Musica negli Horti” Festival in S.Quirico d’ Orcia, Toscany. It finally took place in the summer of 2015. Twelve musicians from Germany, Austria, and Italy met for four days and worked intensively on Intuitive Music under the guidance of Markus Stockhausen. Some musicians, like Stephanie Lepp, were experienced improvisers; for others this way of making music was completely new. Alessandra insisted from the beginning that a recording be made for publication and documentation of this seminar, and this is what you can hear now. In two sessions the musicians recorded this music. […]

 

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Markus Stockhausen (b. 1957) is one of the few trumpet soloists who can move effortlessly between contemporary music, classical music, and modern jazz. For about 25 years he collaborated closely with his father, the composer Karlheinz Stockhausen, who composed many beautiful works for him. Markus’s approach to the creation of “Intuitive Music” transcends all musical styles and takes advantage of his outstanding command of the instrument. An early recording with pianist Rainer Brüninghaus (Continuum, ECM) finds him weaving intricate and electrifying lines on trumpet, flugelhorn and piccolo trumpet. His subsequent work with bassist Gary Peacock, guitarist Ralph Towner, his frequent collaborations with bassist Arild Andersen and percussionist Patrice Héral (Kàrta, Joyosa, Electric Treasures), his numerous duo collaborations, notably with Tara Bouman on clarinets: Moving Sounds, with jazz pianist Florian Weber: Inside Out (new CD Alba on ECM) with the Hungarian guitar virtuoso Ferenc Snétberger, his new quartet called Quadrivium with cellist Jörg Brinkmann, pianist Angelo Comisso and drummer Christian Thomé, as well as his sound meditations, have all yielded fresh perspectives. As a composer, he has received commissions from, among others, the RIAS Chamber Choir, The London Sinfonietta, the Orchestra d‘Archi Italiana, The 12 Cellists from the Berlin Philharmonic, the Swiss Jazz Orchestra and the Camerata Bern. In 2013 he composed “Das Erwachende Herz” for solo trumpet, clarinet, voice, and symphony orchestra, commissioned and performed by the Hamburger Symphoniker. More than 80 CDs document his work. He regularly gives workshops on Intuitive Music and More and seminars in Singing and Silence.

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Schmalbrock, Beate (Flutist)

Lamonica, Carmelo (Clarinettist)

Camarda, Davide (Percussionist), born in Messina in 1992. He starts to study music when he is 6 years old by approaching to Percussion Instruments with M° Giovanni La Fauci e M° Pierangelo La Spada. He adds several musical experiences to his studies which give him the opportunity to increase his artistic education. He attended the class of Percussion Instruments of Prof. Maria Grazia Armaleo at the Conservatory “A. Corelli” of Messina. For many years, he worked together with the “Orchestra Fiati” of the Conservatory “A. Corelli”, taking part in many concerts, under the guidance of very famous directors like Lino Blanchod and Lorenzo Della Fonte, and on the occasion of important collaborations with soloist player’s like Gilda Buttà, Ivano Buat, Inigo Alonso, Ronald Romm, Marco Scano. He took part in several concerts of the “Messina Brass Band” and the ensemble “The Olympic Brass”. Furthermore, he cooperated as soloist player with the Multi-ethnic Orchestra “Ritmo Live” and many other local realities of Sicily. The interest for new musical education’s techniques takes him to develop a passion for the study of the method “Nuova didattica del Ritmo – Body Percussion”, which gives him the opportunity to increase the study of innovative and creative channels of communication. Starting from this, he takes part in different courses of Body Percussion led by M° Maria Grazia Almaleo and in 2014 he attends the Workshop “Body and Vocal Percussion” of M° Richard Filtz, taking part as well as the final concerts of June 16th 2014 which was reported by local press and television. In 2014 he takes part in the live production of a CD of multiethnic content called “Around the World”. Furthermore, he played as timpanist during a date of the “Il Volo” tour, on July 21st and 22nd 2014 at the Taormina Greek Theatre. In 2015 Davide earned the Percussion Instruments Degree with the highest score and a bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering. In 2015 he was selected by the Conservatory “A. Corelli” to take part to a Masterclass of “Intuitive music and more” led by M° Markus Stockhausen, a project included in the programme of the Festival “Musica negli Horti” which took place in San Quirico D’Orcia (SI), which included as well a final concert of the course and the recording of some track of the CD “Explorations”. Furthermore, he played as a soloist in several concerts, with a contemporary Marimba and Vibraphone repertoire: on September 15th, 2015 at the Auditorium Annibale Maria di Francia during the season “Riflessuoni 2015”, including with some pieces played in duo with piano and the rhythmic support of drums, and on January 3rd 2016 at the Santa Caterina Church in Taormina (ME) during the winter – Christmas season of “Taormina Arte”. He took part to the ”Premio Nazionale dell Arti” 2010 in Mantova, 2011 in Novara and 2013 in Rome, both as soloist and Ensemble of Percussions. In this last edition, he played in the final concert which took place in the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia, where he gained the Special mention prize. On July 2015 he took part in the International Percussion Festival of Montebello (PV). He also had been included in the selection for the access to the semi-final stage of the project “Migliori Diplomati 2015 – XX Edizione”, which took place in Castrocaro Terme (FC).

Arcodia, Fabio (Saxophonist), born in S. Agata di Militello (ME) on 21/12/1992, he has studied music saxophone under the guidance of Gianfranco Brundo at the Conservatory of Music “A. Corelli “in Messina, where he graduated with honors In the academic year. 2010/2011. In the academic year. 2013/2014 has achieved the level II Academic Diploma – Biennium to Address Educational AK77 – Saxophone with 110/110 and praise. In the academic year. 2014/2015 he attended the TFA ordinary AK77 – Saxophone obtaining the qualification to the saxophone in the secondary school level with a score of 100/100. He has been a regular student, at numerous courses of saxophone taught by Maestro Arno Bornkamp, Jean Yves Formeau, Gianfranco Brundo, Corrado La Marca, Cutro and Carmelo Salvatore Ricciardi. As a member of the sax-piano duo and the wind quintet “Clarysax Quintet” also he attended a chamber music master class given by Maestro Inigo Alonso (concert performer, teacher and artistic director of the Victoria-Gasteiz festival). He attended as active student, an annual “High musical training” course with teachers Won Tak Chiu, Géraud Etrillard, Vincent David, Jérôme Laran, Mathieu Delage and Johan Van der Lienden. From 2012 to 2014 he performed as a soprano sax and alto sax, at the “Teatro Greco” of Taormina (ME), the “Teatro Vittorio Emanuele” and “Palazzo della Cultura” of Messina, in numerous concerts with the Wind Orchestra of the Conservatory “A. Corelli “of Messina directed by Maestro Lorenzo Della Fonte international fame. It ‘was a member, as the alto saxophone, for saxophone quartets “Nebrodi Saxophone Quartet”, “Fantasy 4 Saxophone” and “Aurora” and, as a soprano saxophone, innovative wind quintet “Clarysax Quintet”. Today is part, as the tenor saxophone, the saxophone quartet “Dinebro Saxophone Quartet” with which he performs in numerous concerts in the province of Messina earning the applause of the audience. He participated as a soloist and with chamber music groups, many National and International Music Competitions bringing as many as 11 First Prizes Absolutes, numerous first prizes and also obtaining various special prizes. Since 2015 is a saxophone professor at the I.C. “Giovanni XXIII” of Cammarata (AG).

Trimarchi, Giuseppe (Saxophonist)

Corona, Ivan (Clarinettist)

Stockhausen, Markus (Trumpetist) (b. 1957) is one of the few trumpet soloists who can move effortlessly between contemporary music, classical music, and modern jazz. For about 25 years he collaborated closely with his father, the composer Karlheinz Stockhausen, who composed many beautiful works for him. Markus’s approach to the creation of “Intuitive Music” transcends all musical styles and takes advantage of his outstanding command of the instrument. An early recording with pianist Rainer Brüninghaus (Continuum, ECM) finds him weaving intricate and electrifying lines on trumpet, flugelhorn and piccolo trumpet. His subsequent work with bassist Gary Peacock, guitarist Ralph Towner, his frequent collaborations with bassist Arild Andersen and percussionist Patrice Héral (Kàrta, Joyosa, Electric Treasures), his numerous duo collaborations, notably with Tara Bouman on clarinets: Moving Sounds, with jazz pianist Florian Weber: Inside Out (new CD Alba on ECM) with the Hungarian guitar virtuoso Ferenc Snétberger, his new quartet called Quadrivium with cellist Jörg Brinkmann, pianist Angelo Comisso and drummer Christian Thomé, as well as his sound meditations, have all yielded fresh perspectives. As a composer, he has received commissions from, among others, the RIAS Chamber Choir, The London Sinfonietta, the Orchestra d‘Archi Italiana, The 12 Cellists from the Berlin Philharmonic, the Swiss Jazz Orchestra and the Camerata Bern. In 2013 he composed “Das Erwachende Herz” for solo trumpet, clarinet, voice, and symphony orchestra, commissioned and performed by the Hamburger Symphoniker. More than 80 CDs document his work. He regularly gives workshops on Intuitive Music and More and seminars in Singing and Silence.

Arcodia, Fabio (Saxophonist), Born in S. Agata di Militello (ME) on 21/12/1992, he has studied music saxophone under the guidance of Gianfranco Brundo at the Conservatory of Music “A. Corelli “in Messina, where he graduated with honors In the academic year. 2010/2011. In the academic year. 2013/2014 has achieved the level II Academic Diploma – Biennium to Address Educational AK77 – Saxophone with 110/110 and praise. In the academic year. 2014/2015 he attended the TFA ordinary AK77 – Saxophone obtaining the qualification to the saxophone in the secondary school level with a score of 100/100. He has been a regular student, at numerous courses of saxophone taught by Maestro Arno Bornkamp, Jean Yves Formeau, Gianfranco Brundo, Corrado La Marca, Cutro and Carmelo Salvatore Ricciardi. As a member of the sax-piano duo and the wind quintet “Clarysax Quintet” also he attended a chamber music master class given by Maestro Inigo Alonso (concert performer, teacher and artistic director of the Victoria-Gasteiz festival). He attended as active student, an annual “High musical training” course with teachers Won Tak Chiu, Géraud Etrillard, Vincent David, Jérôme Laran, Mathieu Delage and Johan Van der Lienden. From 2012 to 2014 he performed as a soprano sax and alto sax, at the “Teatro Greco” of Taormina (ME), the “Teatro Vittorio Emanuele” and “Palazzo della Cultura” of Messina, in numerous concerts with the Wind Orchestra of the Conservatory “A. Corelli “of Messina directed by Maestro Lorenzo Della Fonte international fame. It ‘was a member, as the alto saxophone, for saxophone quartets “Nebrodi Saxophone Quartet”, “Fantasy 4 Saxophone” and “Aurora” and, as a soprano saxophone, innovative wind quintet “Clarysax Quintet”. Today is part, as the tenor saxophone, the saxophone quartet “Dinebro Saxophone Quartet” with which he performs in numerous concerts in the province of Messina earning the applause of the audience. He participated as a soloist and with chamber music groups, many National and International Music Competitions bringing as many as 11 First Prizes Absolutes, numerous first prizes and also obtaining various special prizes. Since 2015 is a saxophone professor at the I.C. “Giovanni XXIII” of Cammarata (AG).

Schreiber, Michael (Guitarist) was born in Hamburg/Germany on 21st December 1954. As a child, he was playing the violin for some years and sang in a radio boys choir (NDR Knabenchor). He started playing guitar with 15 years as autodidact and had in later years professional lessons in Jazz and Blues/Rock guitar. Since many years he is playing in the BluesRock cover band “ElbRock”.

Kim, Nahyoun (Vocalist)

Lepp, Stephanie (Flutist) is a versatile flute-, alto flute- and bansuri-player from Spielberg, Germany. Being a student of Robert Winn and Berten D’Hollander she graduated in classical flute at Musikhochschule Cologne in 2006. Then she took flute lessons with Mario Caroli at Strasbourg/France. After being nominated with her solo-improvisation for the famous „Gaudeamus Music Prize“, Amsterdam, in 2008, she participated in an inspiring and mind-opening „Intuitive Music and More“-workshop with Markus Stockhausen in Italy. Since then she is gradually deepening her knowledge in creative ways of making music, especially improvisation, intuitive music and world music. She participated in several workshops and masterclasses mainly with Markus Stockhausen but also with other musicians like Jorge Pardo, Zaza Miminoshvili or Trilok Gurtu. In 2010 she discovered the wonderful sound of the bansuri, a transverse bamboo flute from northern India. Since then she is continuously studying the art of playing bansuri and the knowledge about Indian Ragas by her great teacher Dinesh Mishra.

Winkler, Veit (Electronics)

Stumme, Waltraud (Violinist) born the 5 February 1954 in Hamburg/Germany started to play the violin when she was 12 years old. She had classical violin lessons for 10 years from Renate Schmidt and played in a variety of Quartets and Trios. Since 2011 she participated in several workshops of Markus Stockhausen to expand the repertoire of various stylistic directions to express music. Since 2016 she gets gypsy jazz lessons from Benjamin Wiegand. Waltraud Stumme works as a teacher for art at the Fachschule für Sozialpädagogik in Hamburg. She also is involved in painting.

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