Anders Eliasson – Life and Work
In co-operation with the International Anders-Eliasson-Society
August 3, 2017, Start at 10 a.m., Laudon Palace, Vienna
- 09:45 Registration and get together
- 10:00 Welcome
- 10:15 Christoph Schlüren (München): Introduction, Overview Life and Work.
- 11:00 Peter Kislinger (Wien): About “Dante Anarca” by Anders Eliasson.
- 11:30 Coffee break
- 11:45: Leander Kaiser (Wien): Zeitgenossenschaft; Eliasson, the notion of Contemporaneity in the Arts, and the Music of the 20th and 21st century
- 13:00 Lunch break
- 14:00 Martín Rincón Botero (Lübeck / Bogotá): Eliassons Intermezzi för kammarorkester. Ommagio a Ligeti e Lutosławski (1988)
- 14:45 Jörg Birhance (Wien): Gestalt in der Symphonik Eliassons am Beispiel seiner Symphonie Nr. 4 (2005)
- 15:30 Coffee break
- 16:00 Mats Larsson Gothe (Stockholm): Eliasson’s String Trio “Ahnungen”
- 16:45 Roundtable until 18:00
- 19:30 Concert with works by Anders Eliasson and Johann Sebastian Bach
(The symposium will be held in German and English.)
For registration please send us an email. The participation is free.
Biography: Anders Eliasson was born in 1947 in the province of Dalecarlia in Sweden.
From 1966 – 1972 he studied at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm with among others Ingvar Lidholm (composition) and Valdemar Söderholm (harmony and counterpoint).
As far back as the 70s Eliasson was recognized as one of the most interesting Swedish composers. His orchestral works Canto in Lontanza (1977), Turnings (1978) and Canto del vagabondo (1979) were particularly acclaimed, as well as the wind quintet La fièvre (1978) and the whole series of shorter instrumental solo pieces called Disegno.