Trailer - Making of Beethoven_off_set by Frank Bertram

Trailer - Making of Beethoven_off_set

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Current Events

2021-02-26 | Friday | 08:00 pm

Beethoven_ off_set - online presentation of the third movement and talk about the work

Online presentation of the third movement (III. Adagio molto) of Beethoven_off_set (or I take it back, the ninth symphony) as a score video.
Interviews about the orchestral piece with Fritz Schütte (journalist and author) and the participating artists.

The event will be livestreamed on Youtube (https://youtu.be/f2kr-CGZwz8)
We would be happy about donations via PayPal (donate via Paypal now)!

Beethoven_off_set (or I take it back, the ninth symphony)
Composition/Conception: Andreas F. Staffel
Music production, recording management, electronics and sound direction: Julius Holtz

Antje Thierbach (oboe)
Andreas Neufeld (solo violin)
Sergey Tchirkov (accordion)
Andreas F. Staffel (inside piano, recorder)

In December 2020, with the help of the VSL library and live recordings, the third movement of the forty-minute orchestral piece was recorded in the studio. Composer Andreas F. Staffel and the live artists talk to journalist and author Fritz Schütte about the process of creating the work. Finally, Andreas F. Staffel will play his piano piece "Two glasses past midday," composed in 2020 for the series "250 pieces for Beethoven" by Bonn pianist Susanne Kessel and premiered in Bonn.

Free of charge - donations via Paypal are appreciated.

Trailer: Making of 'Beethoven_off_set'

Video with Andreas Neufeld, Sergey Tchirkov, Julius Holtz about the creation of Andreas F. Staffel's forty-minute orchestral work.

Video, Interviews: Frank Bertram

Trailer 3rd movement (Adagio molto) Beethoven_off_set

Preview of the online presentation of the third movement (III. Adagio molto) by Beethoven_off_set

Beethoven_off_set - Trailer - 3rd movement (Adagio molto)

Trailer: Beethoven_off_set - 3rd movement (III. Adagio molto)