Outlandish is a concert connected to Deleuze and artistic research in many ways, starting with the title, which as a synonym of “deterritorialised” refers to one of the mutual affects of philosophy and artistic practice that DARE 2015 proposes to explore. But more importantly, there are personal and material connections produced by Bernhard Lang’s Belgian premiere of The Tables are Turned (2010), Marc Ngui’s Drawings from A Thousand Plateaus (ongoing since 2004), and Juan Parra C.’s The Egg, which is both the electronic Dogon Egg he built and the new piece he will premiere.
Helmut Lachenmann, Got Lost (2007-8), for soprano and piano, Ingeborg Dalheim, soprano and Heloisa Amaral, piano
about the author(s)
Heloisa Amaral is born in Brazil and studied piano, historical keyboards and conducting in Freiburg, Germany and at the Norwegian Academy of Music in Oslo. Her early interest for contemporary music has led to collaborations with composers such as Helmut Lachenmann, Nicolaus.A. Huber, Matthias Spahlinger, Simon Steen Andersen, Marina Rosenfeld and Natasha Barrett. Member of ensemble asamisimasa between 2003 and 2009, Heloisa works currently as a freelance pianist and harpsichordist, performing mainly as a soloist, with violinist Karin Hellqvist or with Ensemble neoN. Recent projects include concerts with Duo Hellqvist/Amaral at Villa Romana (ITA) and Pan Festival (KO) as well at the Festival Internacional de la Imagen (COL), a performance of works for voice and piano by Trond Reinholdtsen and Helmut Lachenmann at Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival, solo and chamber concerts at Darmstadt Summer Course 2014 and Café OTO, London; a recording on experimental label Hubro Music’s Lush Laments for LM. In addition to her career as a performer, Heloisa is active as curator and researcher, with special interest for the political and philosophical aspects of contemporary music practice. She is now Head of Education at Ultima Oslo Contemporary Music Festival and curator of Ultima Academy.
info & contact
Orpheus Institute, Ghent, BE
heloisa.amaral [AT] orpheusinstituut.be
Ingeborg Dalheim studied at the Norwegian Academy of Music with Mona Julsrud and Svein Bjørkøy. She has made baroque vocal interpretation her speciality and worked with conductors including Gabriel Garrido, Rinaldo Alessandrini and Alan Curtis. Since 204 Dalheim has been a member of Les Arts Florissants, directed by William Christie, and also performs on a regular basis with Hespèrion XXI, directed by under Jordi Savall.
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Independent soprano, NO