Rites in percussion
For many centuries percussion has been a connection to the spiritual world. In traditional rites, percussion always had a dominant role in transforming time and space and these rituals synchronized the rhythm of a community. Today, we hear echo’s of these rites in our most contemporary percussion works. The Kloster of Chorin will be the center stage where the audience will be taken along a fascinating journey on the Kloster's premises.
Repertoire: Ryoanji - John Cage, Quiljuin - John Luther Adams, Have Never Written a Note for Percussion - James Tenny, Timber - Michael Gordon, Apple Blossom - Peter Garland