Schering Stiftung

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A River Has Two Banks

Central and Eastern Europe Music Exchange Program

A River Has Two Banks

Central and Eastern Europe Music Exchange Program

Date:

November 09, 2008, 5–7 p.m.

Venue:

Jahnsporthalle
Kummerau 6
02828 Görlitz

A German-Czech concert series is scheduled for early 2009.

Additional information can be found at: www.klangnetz.org


The German-Polish concert series “A River Has Two Banks” will present music by young Polish and German composers in the German cities of Goerlitz, Berlin and Cottbus. The concert series is part of the Central and Eastern Europe Music Exchange Program sponsored by Klangnetz e. V.

This program promotes the dialogue between young composers and musicians from different countries by presenting new trends in classical music in the participating countries at prestigious concert venues in Poland, the Czech Republic and Germany.

The Schering Stiftung supports the music exchange program as part of its efforts to promote the arts and culture as well as the dialogue between Germany and Eastern Europe. The music project initiated by Klangnetz e. V. perfectly combines these goals of the Foundation: It promotes not only the exchange between young composers and musicians from different countries, but also new trends in classical music in Poland, the Czech Republic and Germany.

 

A River Has Two Banks 

Concert — November 21, 2009

Designed to promote the dialogue between young composers and musicians from the Czech Republic and Germany the concert series will present works by seven composers from both countries.

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