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Niklas A. Chroust

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Entrückt

Arnold-Schönberg-Center, Vienna

A work in three movements for oboe, clarinet in Bb, horn in F, bassoon and piano.

  • Barbara Gatschelhofer - Oboe
  • Stefan Neubauer - Clarinet in Bb
  • Reinhard Zmölnig - Horn in F
  • Johannes Kafka - Bassoon
  • Johannes Piirto - Piano

Mirror

Online Podcast

Gerald Schuhfried publishes personal stories or experiences of various personalities on radioCORE that are seldom expressed.

In the edition of Ma-Zach: Beinhart schön the singer Isabella Zach-Antonic talks about the beautiful and less beautiful sides of the musician.

  • Tobias Antonic - Piano

Die Stadtgrenze

Postponed due to COVID-19

Styriarte, Helmut-List-Halle, Graz

Classical wind quintet

Corvus

Online Podcast

Gerald Schuhfried publishes personal stories or experiences of various personalities on radioCORE that are seldom expressed.

In the edition Ultima fermata Trieste, a Pakistani who, despite his difficult escape across many national borders, always kept a smile, tells about cold, hunger, blackmail and violence. Niklas A. Chroust composed and played the music on the piano.

  • Niklas A. Chroust - Piano

Hydra

Online Podcast

Gerald Schuhfried publishes personal stories or experiences of various personalities on radioCORE that are seldom expressed.

In the issue of The church in the village (originally: Die Kirche im Dorf), an East German Protestant pastor tells how she takes care of church services and the parish in Transylvania. Niklas A. Chroust composed the music for it and Tobias Antonic played it on the piano.

  • Tobias Antonic - Piano

Crater

Online Podcast

Gerald Schuhfried publishes personal stories or experiences of various personalities on radioCORE that are seldom expressed.

In the issue of Air to Breathe (originally: Luft zu Atmen), a young man talks about life in Transylvania, Romania. Niklas A. Chroust composed the music for it and played it on the piano.

  • Niklas A. Chroust - Piano

Summer Nights

Live-Stream

Unfortunately, due to the corona pandemic, the final concert of “Jugend composes 2021” will only take place via live stream.

  • Raimund Weichenberger - Flute
  • Ferdinand Steiner - Clarinet in Bb
  • Per Rundberg - Piano

First Little Moment

Online Podcast

Gerald Schuhfried publishes personal stories or experiences of various personalities on radioCORE that are seldom expressed.

In the issue Another World, a Dutch woman speaks about her activities as a development worker in India, the Philippines and Nigeria. Niklas A. Chroust composed the music for it.

  • Tobias Antonic - Alto Saxophone
  • Niklas A. Chroust - Piano

Kassiopeia - Cassiopeia

Online Podcast

Gerald Schuhfried publishes personal stories or experiences of various personalities on radioCORE that are seldom expressed.

In the issue From 80 it gets dangerous (originally: Ab 80 wird es gefährlich), an 82-year-old woman talks about getting older. Niklas A. Chroust composed the music for it, Tobias Antonic played it on the piano.

  • Tobias Antonic - Piano

January 7th

Online advent calendar

Tobias Antonic and Niklas A. Chroust play on the occasion of the online advent calendar of the Johann Sebastian Bach Music School January 7th by Niklas A. Chroust.

Niklas A. Chroust – Piano (Primo)

Tobias Antonic – Piano (Secondo)

Winter Quartet

Bösendorfersaal, University Mozarteum Salzburg

At the final concert, the “Winter Quartet” will be performed by the NAMES ensemble. Unfortunately, the concert cannot be held in public due to the corona pandemic.

  • Anna Lindenbaum - Violin
  • Jacobo Hernández Enríquez - Violin
  • Silvija Čiuladytė - Viola
  • Leo Morello - Violoncello

The Ship by the Sea

Radio broadcast oe1

“Das Schiff am Meer” - “The Ship by the Sea” is the third piece in a five-part wind quintet (flute, oboe, clarinet, horn & bassoon) called “Fünf Terzinen für Schwärmer” “Five Terzines for Swarmers “. Even if you believe that the night or the darkness brings sadness, I wanted this quintet to express the joy that can also exist in darkness.

Winter Quartet

Arnold-Schönberg-Center, Vienna

The string quartet will be premiered at the final concert of the composing workshop of the Arnold Schönberg Center. In addition to this, five other compositions for string quartet will be premiered.

  • Johannes Fleischmann - Violin
  • Robert Olisa Nzekwu - Violin
  • Lena Fankhauser - Viola
  • Melissa Coleman - Violoncello

Shape the Future Waltz

Mumok, MuseumsQuartier, Vienna

The work will be premiered by three musicians from the Johann Sebastian Bach Music School.

  • Johanna Hechwartner - Violin
  • Rebekka Rennert - Violoncello
  • Defne Saydam - Piano

Atlantic

Styriarte, Helmut-List-Halle, Graz

The closing concert of the composing workshop will take place on Wednesday as part of Styriarte 2019 under the direction of Helmut Schmidinger. Six pieces by six composers will be premiered.

  • Harald Martin Winkler - Violin
  • Simon Schuller - Piano

January 7th

Johann Sebastian Bach Musikschule Annual Concert, Vienna Musikverein, Glass Hall

As part of the annual concert of the Johann Sebastian Bach Music School.

  • Niklas A. Chroust - Piano (Primo)
  • Tobias Antonic - Piano (Secondo)

January 7th

Hegelgasse 12, 1010 Vienna, ballroom

The class evening at 5c at Hegelgasse 12 will include a performance of the four-hand piano piece.

  • Niklas A. Chroust - Piano (Primo)
  • Tobias Antonic - Piano (Secondo)

January 7th

Guglgasse 12 / C32 Gasometer C 1110 Vienna, room 9

World premiere of the four-hand piano piece “7. January “, on the occasion of a piano recital.

  • Niklas A. Chroust - Piano (Primo)
  • Tobias Antonic - Piano (Secondo)