Villa Waldberta

Artist-in-Residence at Villa Waldberta

Posted on March 25, 2022

In spring 2022 Justina Repeckaite was an artist-in-residence Munich at Villa Waldberta. During her stay she started writing a new composition for the ensemble der/gelbe/klang to be performed during the festival Code Modern.

On the 17th of June at 20h Repeckaite‘s music was performed at Villa Waldberta:

Pulsating skin (2021) for 4 snare drums and electronics.
Sturnus vulgaris cohibitus (2020) for pianist and transducers inside the piano.

A new sketch for piano, percussion & electronics (2022).

Musicians from der/gelbe/klang: Nina Takai, presentation;
Mathias Lachenmayr, percussion;
Marco Riccelli, piano;
& Justina Repečkaitė, electronics.

der/gelbe/klang already played Justina‘s composition Pulsus Flatus Vox (2014) during the festival Litauen in Baeyrn and programmed to play Tapisserie (2015) at the concert Carte Blanche! conducted by Vykintas Baltakas on the 21th of July at Schwere Reiter, Munich.

AIR-M is an artist-in-residence program of the City of Munich, and it is organized by the Department of Arts and Culture of the City of Munich.

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invitation to the concert

invitation to the concert

Justina Repeckaite with Marco Riccelli & Mathias Lachenmayr

duo performing Justina's score

duo performing Justina’s score

Marco Ricelli playing Sturnus vulgaris cohibitus

Marco Ricelli playing Sturnus vulgaris cohibitus

bass snare drum built by Mathias Lachenmayr

bass snare drum built by Mathias Lachenmayr

public in the concert

public in the concert

Mathias Lachenmayr playing Pulsating Skin for a snare drum quartet

Mathias Lachenmayr playing Pulsating Skin for a snare drum quartet

piano preparation

piano preparation

Justina & Mathias performing Pulsating Skin

Justina & Mathias performing Pulsating Skin

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Am 17.6. um 20 Uhr wird die Komponistin Justina Repečkaitė ein Zwischenergebnis ihrer Arbeit mit Musiker vom “der/gelbe/klang” vorstellen. Schlagzeuger (Mathias Lachenmayr) und Pianist (Marco Riccelli) des Ensembles spielen außerdem zwei Solowerke, Sturnus vulgaris cohibitus von 2020 für Klavier und das ein Jahr später entstandene Pulsating skin für vier kleine Trommeln – beide mit Live-Elektronik, die von der Komponistin selbst gesteuert wird. Nina Takai, ebenfalls Mitglied des Ensembles der/gelbe/klang, wird den Abend im Dialog mit der Komponistin und den Musikern moderieren. Eine Gelegenheit, tief in den musikalischen Kosmos Justina Repečkaitės einzusteigen.  from der/gelbe/klang