Moving Sounds performs in the Galleria Nazionale in Perugia

Tara Bouman (clarinet, bass clarinet) and Markus Stockhausen (trumpet, piccolo trumpet, flugelhorn) have been playing together in the duo MOVING SOUNDS since 2002. They play intuitive music, improvisatons and compositions by both performers. The new CD RITUAL has been released in September 2015 with purely intuitive music.

Usually the duo decides spontaneously which compositions will be performed during the concert, depending on the performance space, the hour, the listeners present, the musicians inner condition – all play their role. The program will be announced by the artists during the concert.

MOVING SOUNDS gave concerts in Italy, Spain, Great Britain, France, The Netherlands, Switzerland, Norway, Israel, Russia, Rumania, Bulgaria, Hungary, USA, Chile and of course in Germany. The duo prefers to perform in places that have special acoustics like churches or museums, where the extraordinary sound of the brass and wind instruments unfolds best.

Their first duo CD “Thinking about” has been released by the german label AKTIVRAUM. There you can also find “Symbiosis”, works by Markus Stockhausen for clarinet, trumpet and string orchestra, as well as “Symphonic Colours” with large ensembles, and “Eternal Voyage”, which features musicians from five different nations. „Spaces and spheres“ is their last release of intuitive music on the german label WERGO, featuring Stefano Scodannibbio on bass, Marc Nauseef on percussion, and Fabrizio Ottaviucci on piano.

A clipping from a review of a concert in Mündelheim (Germany) says: “Again and again trumpet and clarinet find a unison in sound which one would never expect to be possible with these diverse instruments. Without any wordy explanation it became clear that intuitive music is another, maybe even higher level of improvisation.”

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Dienstag, 8. August 2017

21.00 - 22.30 Uhr

Galleria Nazionale dell'Umbria
Palazzo dei Priori - Corso Vannucci, 19
I-20832 Perugia

ingresso gratuito