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Anton Bruckner in Ottensheim

Several visits to senior teacher Alois Weißgärber and his family.

Program under development

Events in Ottensheim

In search of traces of you and me, we leave behind a colorful map and follow the sounds of Anton Bruckner.
We build bridges and swim in lakes. Dancing on the Traunstein and celebrating with forest fairies.
A musical journey with colors on paper from 1 year.

Accessibility given!

A project by theater.nuu in cooperation with Kinderkulturzentrum Kuddelmuddel, SCHÄXPIR Festival and the Upper Austrian KulturEXPO Anton Bruckner 2024

Marketplace 7 4100 Ottensheim

Anton Bruckner frequently visited the Weilenböck and Lang families in Neufelden. He traveled there on the Mühlkreis railway, which opened in 1888, walked along the Große Mühl and also played the church organ in Neufelden. The Neufelden (1919-1924), Aschach and Ottensheim dams had not yet been built at the time.
In the now massively changed landscape between Neufelden and Linz, the coda from Bruckner's Fourth Symphony, also known as The Romantic, will be played on 7 July 2024. However, not the usual version, but rather one based on a score by the artist, Michael Pisaro-Liu: he has arranged the moving and stirring piece of music for the 90 brass players who will make the Danube between Neufelden and Linz resound in Bruckner's tones. On 7 July 2024, the river and dams will become a space for listening.

On 7.7.2024, the river and dams will each become a listening room for around 40 minutes.

16:00 Neufelden dam
18:00 Ottensheim dam
20:00 Donaulände/Brucknerhaus

Accessible for people with impaired mobility:
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A project of the Upper Austrian KulturEXPO Anton Bruckner 2024

HEIM.ART® cultural association

Joachim Eckl | Management & Idea

Michael Pisaro-Liu | Composition

Regional music schools of Rohrbach, Schlägl, Neufelden, Lembach, St. Martin, Eferding, Hartkirchen, Ottensheim and Puchenau with the associated branches

Wolfgang Panholzer | Ensemble management dam Neufelden

Thomas Beiganz | Ensemble management dam Aschach

Karl Glaser | Ensemble management Ottensheim dam

Raphael Aichinger | Ensemble Director Donaupark

1) Neufelden im Mühlkreis dam: Langhalsner Str. 7, 4120 Langhalsen; 2) Ottensheim Danube power station: 4100 Ottensheim; 3) Donaupark / Brucknerhaus: 4040 Linz

The striking similarity between a recurring theme from Bruckner's Fifth Symphony and a guitar riff by the White Stripes - in their song, the Seven Nation Army - is the godmother of this ten-piece electric guitar ensemble. In this field of tension between high culture, popular culture and avant-garde, the collective dedicates itself to this very riff. In essence, this is less a case of "stealing the stolen" or an act of appropriation but rather a recuperation. Experimental surfaces of sound encounter incisive repetitions of the Bruckner riff in variations and with subtle shifts. The result is a a monstrous sound aesthetic, a hybrid of Anton Bruckner, the White Stripes and the loud electric guitar symphonist, Glenn Branca.

A project of the Upper Austrian KulturEXPO Anton Bruckner 2024.

Symphony No.5 Guitar Ensemble

Kristina Hofer | Guitar

Gabriele Kepplinger | Guitar

Leona Sperrer | Guitar

Dominique Berger | Guitar

Lina Gärtner | Guitar

Johanna Forster | Guitar

Andre Zogholy | Guitar

Samy Zogholy | Guitar

Florian Graf | Guitar

Wolfgang Fuchs | Guitar

Christoph Fizl Hehn | Drums

Marc Reibel | Conductor

Danube cycle path, Rodlstraße 4100 Ottensheim

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