On one weekend (between 12 noon and 12 midnight on 8 and 9 May) the musikFabrik ensemble will be joined by a host of guests for the first performance of Karlheinz Stockhausen’s entire KLANG (Sound) cycle, his unfinished musical setting of The 24 Hours of the Day.
Twenty-one “Hours” will be performed, six of which as a premiere, at a series of concerts in nine different Cologne venues, allowing you to create your own itinerary around which “Hours” you wish to hear. Patrons purchasing tickets for both days will have the never-before opportunity of experiencing all twenty-one “Hours” Stockhausen composed.
For more information visit MusikTriennale 2010, www.musikFabrik.eu or contact firstname.lastname@example.org. The different venues are: Cologne Philharmonie; Klaus-von-Bismarck-Saal, WDR Funkhaus; Kleiner Sendesaal, WDR Funkhaus; Praetorium; Domforum; KOMED-Saal im Mediapark 7; Studio der musikFabrik (Im Mediapark 7); St. Andreas; Christuskirche.
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