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Kantate BWV 249: 3 Coro „Kommt, eilet und laufet, ihr flüchtigen Füße“

Johann Sebastian Bach
Performered by Solistenensemble Stimmkunst & Stiftsbarock Stuttgart | Leitung: Kay Johannsen

★Kinectic Distance II (2016) for Cello & Shakuhachi

Music by Huihui Cheng
Performed by James Nyoraku Schlefer, Shakuhachi – Céline Papion, Cello

★HUIT (extraits) – avec Arsys Bourgogne

Arsys Bourgogne / Direction Mihály Zeke, direction
Enregistré à l’église Saint-Jacques (Asquins) en novembre 2015

★CON.FUSION – ein offenes Kunstwerk

a S-K-A-M & Galerie AK2 event


 

★Richter 1 (2014) for cello, Live-electronics & Video

Music by Jesse Ronneau
Performered by Céline Papion, cello – Jesse Ronneau, electronics


 

★cross.art – past and future dialogue (2014)

Music by K. Goeyvaerts, K. Saariaho, M. de Falla, J. Cage…
Performed by ensemble cross.art: Rohan de Saram & Céline Papion, cello – Junko Yamamoto, piano – oliver Frick, electronics

“Das Projekt “cross.art – past and future dialogue” besteht aus zwei Konzerten und zeigt, wie verschiedene Künstler seit den 1930er Jahren bis heute durch Infragestellen des Vorhandenen und Verfremdung des Vorgefundenen die künstlerischen Möglichkeiten erweitern.” ensemble cross.art

 

★en mouvement (2013) a piece for one dancer, electronics, alto, cello and piano

Music: Oliver Frick
Choreography: Louis Stiens
Performered by Louis Stiens, dance and ensemble cross.art: Agata Zięba, alto – Céline Papion, cello – Junko Yamamoto, piano – Oliver Frick, electronics


 

★Moment-Curitiba (2011) for cello, piano and film

Music by Joseph Michaels, Film by Yukihiro Taguchi
Performered by ensemble cross.art: Céline Papion, cello – Junko Yamamoto, piano

“The music for “Moment, Curitiba” acts as both accompaniment and antagonist: it matches the constant movement of the film through repetitious, quick rhythms, or it decreases to a slow pace either in one or both instruments, thereby creating tension with the visuals. “Moment, Curitiba” was written for Céline Papion and Junko Yamamoto of ensemble cross.art, who commissioned the work.” Joseph Michaels

 

 

★Visões Noturnas (2002) for cello and piano

Music by Harry Crowl
Performered by ensemble cross.art: Céline Papion, cello – Junko Yamamoto, piano

“I’ve always been fascinated by the world of “magic realism” or “fantastic realism” present in many literary works by writers from Mexico, Argentina and Colombia. The stories by Jorge Luis Borges, Gabriel Garcia Marquez and some others exerted great influence on my thoughts. Besides that, I was back than discovering the world of a late Symbolistic poetry done in southern Brazil during the early 20th century. I drew abstract pictures from these worlds. Something like hallucinations, nightmares, wonderful dreams, boozes…” Harry Crowl

 

 

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