repertoire

 

 

 

John Cage (USA 1912-1992)/Martin Smôlka (Czech Republic *1956)

Music for Marcel Duchamp

(World Premiere 2000, Radenci, Slovenia)

 

Agustín Castilla Ávila (Spain *1974)

The noble truths

(World premier 2017, International Ekmelic Music Society, Salzburg), supported by Fernando Fernández-Gao Estudillo

 

František Chaloupka (Czech Republic *1981)

The Aleph

(World Premiere 2017, Music Olomouc, Czech Republic)

 

Chaya Czernowin (Israel *1957)

new piece

(Planned 2021)

 

Xavier Dayer (Switzerland *1972)

Ceneri

(World Premiere 2008 Festival Archipel, Geneva), supported by the Festival Archipel and the city of Karlsruhe

 

Bernd Richard Deutsch (Austria *1976)

Fixe Ideen

(World Premiere 2001, SWR Stuttgart), supported by SWR Stuttgart

 

Aurélio Edler (Brasil *1976)

Pulso

(World Premiere  2014 Bilbao, Ciclo BBVA), supported by BBVA foundation

 

Arturo Fuentes (Mexico *1975)

Tonic

(World Premiere 2012, Time of Music Festival, Finland)

 

Beat Furrer (Switzerland *1954)

Fragmentos de un libro futuro (for guitar quartet und soprano)

(World Premiere 2007, Steirischer Herbst, Graz), supported by Ernst von Siemens Stiftung

 

Irene Galindo Quero (Spain *1985)

Ziffer H Hut

(World Premiere 2011, Transart/Klangspuren Tirol)

 

Irene Galindo Quero  (Spain *1985)

a campo abierto

(World Premiere 2015, Teatro del Canal, Madrid), supported by Ernst von Siemens Stiftung

 

Zeynep Gedizlioğlu (Turkey *1977)

Ort der Entzifferungen

(World Premiere 2017, Steirischer Herbst, Graz), supported by Ernst von Siemens Stiftung

 

Vinko Globokar (France *1934)

Rêve énigmatique No.135

(World Premiere 2007 MaerzMusik, Berlin), supported Berliner Festspiele, SWR Stuttgart and ZKM Karlsruhe

 

Malte Giesen (Germany  *1988)

Vier Sätze und ein Intermezzo über Dichotomien und Kontinuen

(World Premiere 2018 Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid), supported by Ernst von Siemens Stiftung, Goethe-Institut Madrid and Centro Nacional de Difusión Musical (CNDM)

 

Núria Giménez Comas (Spain  *1980)

new piece

(World Premiere 2019, Festival Mixtur Barcelona)

 

Georg Friedrich Haas (Austria *1953)

Quartett für 4 Gitarren

(World Premiere 2007, Steirischer Herbst, Graz), supported by "Steirischen Herbst"

 

Markus Hechtle (Germany *1967)

Fresko. Eine Sehnsucht.

(World Premiere 1993, Prague)

 

Markus Hechtle (Germany*1967)

Linie mit Schraffur (for guitar quartet and clarinet)

(World Premiere 2008, "Der Sommer in Stuttgart"), supported by Ernst von Siemens Stiftung

 

Markus Hechtle/Andreas Brehmer

Sfumato (Musikfilm)

(World Premiere 1999, Filmfest Stuttgart)

 

Detlef Heusinger (Germany *1956)

Ent-Fremdung

(World Premiere 1997, Mannheim)

 

Manuel Hidalgo (Spain *1957)

Kampftanz

(World Premiere 1999, SWR Baden-Baden), supported by the State of Baden-Württemberg

 

Ludwig van Beethoven (Germany 1770-1827) /Manuel Hidalgo (Spain *1957)

Presto aus op. 74

(World Premiere 2000, Freiburg)

 

Alberto Hortigüela (Spain *1969)/Antonio de Cabezón

Tiento

(World Premiere 2016, Klangwerkstatt Berlin)

 

Alberto Hortigüela (Spain *1969)

Die Sprache ist die Strafe

(World Premiere 2014, Edenkoben)

 

Alberto Hortigüela (Spain *1969)

Anklänge an Gaia

(World Premiere 2005, Stuttgart), supported by Staatsoper Stuttgart

 

Nicolaus A. Huber (Germany *1939)

Der entkommene Orpheus

(World Premiere 2002, SWR Stuttgart), supported by the State of Baden-Württemberg

 

Peter Jakober (Austria *1977)

triften (for guitar quartet and electronics)

(World Premiere 2007, Steirischer Herbst, Graz), supported by Steirischer Herbst and ZKM Karlsruhe)

 

Jens Joneleit (Germany *1968)

Spuren

(World Premiere 2011, Innsbruck ORF), supported by Ernst von Siemens Stiftung

 

Akemi Kobayashi (Japan *1965)

Klangweben

(World Premiere  2003, Edenkoben)

 

Anonym/Akemi Kobayashi (Japan *1965)

Japanische Volksweise

(World Premiere 2004, Saarbrücken)

 

Thomas Nathan Krüger(Germany* 1986)

new piece

(planned  2019, Stuttgart), supported by SKAM

 

Bernhard Lang (Austria *1957)

Monadologie XXXII

The Cold Trip pt. I (for voice and four guitars)

(World Premiere 2016 Maerz Musik, Berlin with Sarah Maria Sun, Soprano), supported by Berliner Festspiele, ACF New York and ZKM Karlsruhe

 

Jörg Mainka (Germany *1962)

new piece

(World Premiere 2019), supported by Musikfond

 

Germán Moreno Brull (Argentina *1978)

A Arcadas

(World Premiere 2016 Eclat, Stuttgart), supported by SWR, Stuttgart

 

Marko Nikodijević (Serbia *1980)

Unendlich die Nacht (for guitar quartet and electronics)

(World Premiere 2016 Eclat, Stuttgart), supported by Ernst von Siemens Stiftung

 

Andrés Nuño de Buen(Mexico *1988)

leve

(World Premiere 2018, ZKM, Karlsruhe), supported by Riemschneider-Stiftung

 

Helmut Oehring (Germany *1961)

Mich. Stille

(World Premiere 2001, München), supported by the State of Baden-Württemberg

 

Changwon Park (South Korea *1967)

Kluft

(World Premiere 1997, Karlsruhe)

 

Jaime Reis (Portugal *1983)

Fluxus, Schubkraft - Vortex

(World Premiere 2019), supported by Musikfond

 

Oliver Rappoport  (Spain *1980)

Cuarteto

(World Premiere 2018 Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid), supported by Ernst von Siemens Stiftung, Goethe-Institut Madrid and Centro Nacional de Difusión Musical (CNDM)

 

Joan Riera Robusté (Spain *1968)

Pieza para 4 guitarras (y espacio)

(World Premiere 2019, Festival Mixtur Barcelona)

 

Uroš Rojko (Slovenia *1954)/Manuel de Falla      

La vida breve

(World Premiere  2001, Ljubljana/Slovenia)

 

José María Sánchez Verdú (Spain *1968)

Hekkan III

(World Premiere 2011, Ostertöne Hamburg), supported by Ernst von Siemens Stiftung

 

José María Sánchez Verdú (Spain *1968)

Chanson

(World Premiere 2014, Toledo), supported by Ernst von Siemens Stiftung

 

Rebecca Saunders (England *1967)

new piece

(Planned 2022)

 

Peter Šavli (Slovenia *1961)

Sfumato

(World Premiere 2008, Radenci/Slowenien))

 

Mauricio Sotelo (Spain*1961)

Y los arcos vacíos por el cielo (for guitar quartet and chamber orchestra)

(World Premiere 2017, SICG, Stuttgart with Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra), supported by Innovationsfonds des Landes Baden-Württemberg

 

Mauricio Sotelo (Spain*1961)

Y un mar de tierra blanca  (for guitar quartet and electronics)

(World Premiere 2017, steirischer herbst, Graz)

Martin Smôlka (Czech Republic *1956)

8 pieces for guitar quartet

(World Premiere 1998, Stuttgart), supported by the State of Baden-Württemberg

 

Martin Smôlka (Czech Republic *1959)

Basho (for guitar quartet)

(World Premiere 2016, Gare du nord, Basel), supported by Ernst von Siemens Stiftung

 

Martin Smôlka (Czech Republic *1959)

Basho (for guitar quartet and sopran)

(World Premiere 2016, Steirischer Herbst, Graz, with Daisy Press, Soprano), supported by Ernst von Siemens Stiftung

 

Mathias Spahlinger (Germany* 1944)

entfernte ergänzung

(World Premiere 2013, Eclat, Stuttgart), supported by SWR Stuttgart

 

Andreas Stahl (Switzerland *1955)

gebunden. an anima und dich

(World Premiere 2002, Zurich), supported by the Swiss endowement Pro Helvetia and the City of Zürich

 

Joseph Haydn (Austria 1732-1809) /Andreas Stahl (Switzerland *1955)

Scherzo from Symphonie Nr. 94 in G major

 

Stephan Storck (Germany *1961)

5 Bagatellen

(World Premiere 2015, Festival Gezeiten Ostfriesland)

 

Caspar Johannes Walter (Germany *1964)

parallele terzen (for guitar quartet and clarinet)

(World Premiere 2007, MaerzMusik, Berlin), supported by Berliner Festspiele

 

Caspar Johannes Walter (Germany *1964)

parallele terzen (for guitar quartet)

(World Premiere 2008, Forum neue Musik), supported by Berliner Festspiele

 

Seunghyun Yun (South Korea*1966)

ConteV: Halo

(World Premiere 2004, Seoul), supported by Pan Musicfestival Korea

 

Gerhard E. Winkler (Austria *1959)

Anamorph IX (Frostblues zur Winterreise) for guitar quartet and soprano

(World Premiere 2016, steirischer herbst, Graz with Daisy Press, Soprano), supported by musikprotokoll­ Emil-­Breisach-­Kompositionsauftrag 2016

 

Fredrik Zeller (Germany *1965)

Winter ADE

(World Premiere 1996, Villa Massimo, Rome)

 

Fredrik Zeller (Germany *1965)

Beat the ducks

(World Premiere 2013, Festival ZeitGenuss, Karlsruhe), supported by Ernst von Siemens Stiftung