ROHRWERK - pavillon sonore


Event details

Date and time 21.09.2021 23.09.202112:1521:00  
Place and room
Speaker Compositeurs: Beat Gysin (idée et concept), Nicolas Buzzi, Emilio Guim, Marianthi Papalexandri, German Toro-Perez et Denis Schuler Architectes: Bureau Made In (François Charbonnet et Patrick Heiz) Scénographe: Peter Affentranger Musiciens: Shuyue Zhao, Jens Bracher, Stephen Menotti, Anne Brise, Jeanne Larrouturou - Studio-klangraum
Category Cultural events

Rohrwerk is an open sound space, a 45m high pavilion designed as a musical instrument, imagined and realized by 6 composers, 2 architects, 5 musicians and a scenographer. Already installed in September 2019 at the Kunstmuseum Basel, it will be set up in the large patio of the Rolex Learning Center from 21 to 23 September and will host concerts, lectures and workshops over three days.

Program of public events:

21 September 2021:

  • 12h15 Lunch Time Concert : music and demonstrations
  • 18h30 Concerts:
    18h30 Framing
    19h00 Hangman’s Choral et Rohre ephemer
    20h00 Untitled VII
  • 20h30 Group discussion and viewing
  • 21h30 Night sounds : Sound installation
22 September 2021:
  • 12h15 Lunch Time Concert : music and demonstrations
  • 19h15 Concerts :
    19h15 Umlaute
    19h45 Hangman’s Choral et Rohre ephemer
    20h45 Untitled VII
  • 21h15 Group discussion and viewing
  • 22h00 Night sounds : Sound installation
23 September 2021:
  • 12h15 Lunch Time Concert : music and demonstrations
  • 15h00 Roundtable
    Architecture & Music : discussion with Beat Gysin (composer), Patrick Heiz (architect Made In), Cyril Veillon (Archizoom director) and Sibylle Koessler (architect). Moderation : Constance Frei (musicologist) => room EPFL MED 01418
  • 18h00 Improvisation, by students from the Lausanne Conservatory (HEMU)
  • 18h45 Concerts :
    18h45 Framing
    19h15 Lot et Rohre ephemer
    20h15 Untitled VII
  • 20h45 Group discussion and viewing
Free admission

Practical information

  • General public
  • Free


  • Collège des Humanités - culture


  • Virginie Martin


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