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Klaus  Huber

Né: 30 novembre 1924
Mort: 2 octobre 2017
Pays d'origine: Suisse
Upcoming :
Chef d'orchestre: Clemens Schuldt
Orchestre: Münchener Kammerorchester
2019-11-30 | München (Allemagne), Pinakothek der Moderne — 22:00 | Première nationale
Chef d'orchestre: Clemens Schuldt
Orchestre: Münchener Kammerorchester
2019-11-30 | München (Allemagne), Pinakothek der Moderne — 22:00 | Première nationale
Klaus Huber was born in Berne on 30 November 1924. After finishing grammar school in Basle and teacher training in Kusnacht/Zurich, he went to the Zurich Conservatoire (1947-49) to study violin with Stefi Geyer and music education. During this time he also studied theory and composition with Willy Burkhard (1947-55). He continued his studies with Boris Blacher in Berlin in 1955/56, but it wasn’t until 1959 that his international breakthrough came at the IGNM World Music Festival in Rome with the chamber cantata Des Engels Anredung an die Seele.

From 1964-73 Huber taught composition at the Music Academy of Basle. On three occasions (1966, 1968 and 1972) he conducted seminars on composition at the Gaudeamus Foundation in Bilthoven and in 1969 he founded the International Composers' Seminar in Boswil (Switzerland). From 1973 until his retirement in 1991 Huber was chair of composition at the Musikhochschule in Freiburg/Breisgau and director of the Institute of New Music. In addition, he held international visiting professorships, composition classes and residences at renowned institutions.

In 1970 Huber was awarded the Beethoven Prize from the City of Bonn for his orchestral work Tenebrae (1966/67). In 1975 he also received the Composition Award of the Swiss Composers Association, of which he then became President from 1979-82. His other awards include the Arts Prize of the City of Basle (1978), the Premio Italia (1986), the Culture and Peace Award of the Villa Ichon, Bremen (2002) and the Ernst von Siemens Musikpreis (2009).

Huber is currently a member of the Bavarian Academy of Fine Arts, the Berlin Academy of the Arts, and the Mannheim Free Academy of the Arts. He is an honorary member of the IGNM and holds an honorary doctorate from the University of Strasburg. He lives in Bremen and Panicale (Umbria).

Schott Music publishes numerous major works Klaus Huber wrote between the 1950s and 70s, including Inventionen und Choral for orchestra (1956), Noctes for oboe and harpsichord (1961) dedicated to Heinz Holliger, and Moteti-Cantiones (1963), Huber's first work for string quartet.

Both in the orchestral work Tenebrae (1966/67), which makes the natural phenomenon of a solar eclipse appear as a darkening and brightening of orchestral colours, and in the violin concerto Tempora (1970), Huber experimented with the use of quarter-tones and quarter-tone polyphony.

Huber is a socially and politically conscious composer and his music often conveys a humanistic message. Many of his early works were inspired by music from the Christian litany, and in the apocalyptic oratorio …Inwendig…voller Figur (1971) he began openly to express his beliefs. His works often call for an end to human misery, injustice, lack of freedom, intolerance and violence, as in ...Ausgespannt... (1972),  ...Ohne Grenze und Rand... for viola and small orchestra (1977) and Erinnere dich an G... for double-bass and 18 instrumentalists (1977). In Turnus for conductor, stage manager, symphony orchestra and tape (1974), Huber addresses the phenomenon of a large-scale orchestra and the social function of the conductor.

For more information, please visit Klaus Huber's website: www.klaushuber.com
 
 
Chef d'orchestre: Clemens Schuldt
Orchestre: Münchener Kammerorchester
2019-11-30 | München (Allemagne), Pinakothek der Moderne — 22:00 | Première nationale
Chef d'orchestre: Clemens Schuldt
Orchestre: Münchener Kammerorchester
2019-11-30 | München (Allemagne), Pinakothek der Moderne — 22:00 | Première nationale
Chef d'orchestre: Lothar Zagrosek
Orchestre: Bundesjugendorchester
2020-01-06 | Bonn (Allemagne), Pantheon, Beethoven-Lounge
Chef d'orchestre: Lothar Zagrosek
Orchestre: Bundesjugendorchester
2020-01-12 | Bonn (Allemagne), Universität, Aula
Chef d'orchestre: Lothar Zagrosek
Orchestre: Bundesjugendorchester
2020-01-16 | Aschaffenburg (Allemagne), Stadthalle am Schloss — 19:30
Chef d'orchestre: Lothar Zagrosek
Orchestre: Bundesjugendorchester
2020-01-17 | Lörrach (Allemagne), Kultur- und Veranstaltungszentrum Burghof
Chef d'orchestre: Lothar Zagrosek
Orchestre: Bundesjugendorchester
2020-01-18 | Verona (Italie), Teatro Ristori
Chef d'orchestre: Lothar Zagrosek
Orchestre: Bundesjugendorchester
2020-01-19 | Udine (Italie), Teatro Nuovo Giovanni
Chef d'orchestre: Lothar Zagrosek
Orchestre: Bundesjugendorchester
2020-01-20 | Udine (Italie), Teatro Nuovo Giovanni
Chef d'orchestre: Lothar Zagrosek
Orchestre: Bundesjugendorchester
2020-01-20 | Maribor (Slovénie), Narodni Dom

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  1. Hiob 19

    Hiob 19

    Edition à télécharger
    Compositeur : Huber, Klaus
    Instrumentation : mixed choir (SATB) with 9 instrumentalists
    Édition : Partition
    N° Réf. : AVV 102 Q40400
    28,99 €  *
  2. Sabeth

    Sabeth

    Edition à télécharger
    Compositeur : Huber, Klaus
    Instrumentation : Altoflöte, English horn (Viola) and Harp
    Édition : Partition, mit eingelegter Viola-Stimme
    N° Réf. : AVV 29 Q283
    28,99 €  *
  3. Tenebrae

    Tenebrae

    Edition à télécharger
    Compositeur : Huber, Klaus
    Instrumentation : Large Orchestra
    Édition : Partition d'étude
    N° Réf. : AVV 304 Q305
    32,99 €  *
  4. Moteti-Cantiones

    Moteti-Cantiones

    Edition à télécharger
    Compositeur : Huber, Klaus
    Instrumentation : string quartet
    Édition : Partition
    N° Réf. : ED 5385 Q2488
    12,99 €  *
  5. Alveare Vernat

    Alveare Vernat

    Edition à télécharger
    Compositeur : Huber, Klaus
    Instrumentation : flute (also alto flute) and 12 strings or string orchestra
    Édition : Solo
    N° Réf. : ED 6270 Q2694
    14,99 €  *
  6. Transpositio ad infinitum

    Transpositio ad infinitum

    for a virtuoso cello
    Edition à télécharger
    Compositeur : Huber, Klaus
    Instrumentation : cello
    N° Réf. : ED 6684 Q2790
    14,99 €  *
  7. Noctes intelligibilis lucis

    Noctes intelligibilis lucis

    Edition à télécharger
    Compositeur : Huber, Klaus
    Instrumentation : oboe and harpsichord
    N° Réf. : OBB 11 Q5175
    24,99 €  *
  8. Kanon zum Jahresbeginn

    Kanon zum Jahresbeginn

    "Wenn eines Jahres Wirken abgeschlossen"
    Edition à télécharger
    Compositeur : Huber, Klaus
    Instrumentation : mixed choir (SATB)
    Édition : Partition de choeur
    N° Réf. : ED 6714 Q19247
    3,99 €  *
  9. Kanon zum Jahresbeginn

    Kanon zum Jahresbeginn

    "Wenn eines Jahres Wirken abgeschlossen"
    Edition à télécharger
    Compositeur : Huber, Klaus
    Instrumentation : mixed choir (SATB)
    Édition : Partition de choeur
    Langue : allemand
    N° Réf. : SKR 20095 Q23763
    3,99 €  *
  10. Two Movements

    Two Movements

    Compositeur : Huber, Klaus
    Instrumentation : 2 trompettes (C), 2 cors, 2 trombones et tuba
    Édition : Partition d'étude
    N° Réf. : ED 5038
    17,00 €  *

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Profil
Klaus Huber was born in Berne on 30 November 1924. After finishing grammar school in Basle and teacher training in Kusnacht/Zurich, he went to the Zurich Conservatoire (1947-49) to study violin with Stefi Geyer and music education. During this time he also studied theory and composition with Willy Burkhard (1947-55). He continued his studies with Boris Blacher in Berlin in 1955/56, but it wasn’t until 1959 that his international breakthrough came at the IGNM World Music Festival in Rome with the chamber cantata Des Engels Anredung an die Seele.

From 1964-73 Huber taught composition at the Music Academy of Basle. On three occasions (1966, 1968 and 1972) he conducted seminars on composition at the Gaudeamus Foundation in Bilthoven and in 1969 he founded the International Composers' Seminar in Boswil (Switzerland). From 1973 until his retirement in 1991 Huber was chair of composition at the Musikhochschule in Freiburg/Breisgau and director of the Institute of New Music. In addition, he held international visiting professorships, composition classes and residences at renowned institutions.

In 1970 Huber was awarded the Beethoven Prize from the City of Bonn for his orchestral work Tenebrae (1966/67). In 1975 he also received the Composition Award of the Swiss Composers Association, of which he then became President from 1979-82. His other awards include the Arts Prize of the City of Basle (1978), the Premio Italia (1986), the Culture and Peace Award of the Villa Ichon, Bremen (2002) and the Ernst von Siemens Musikpreis (2009).

Huber is currently a member of the Bavarian Academy of Fine Arts, the Berlin Academy of the Arts, and the Mannheim Free Academy of the Arts. He is an honorary member of the IGNM and holds an honorary doctorate from the University of Strasburg. He lives in Bremen and Panicale (Umbria).

Schott Music publishes numerous major works Klaus Huber wrote between the 1950s and 70s, including Inventionen und Choral for orchestra (1956), Noctes for oboe and harpsichord (1961) dedicated to Heinz Holliger, and Moteti-Cantiones (1963), Huber's first work for string quartet.

Both in the orchestral work Tenebrae (1966/67), which makes the natural phenomenon of a solar eclipse appear as a darkening and brightening of orchestral colours, and in the violin concerto Tempora (1970), Huber experimented with the use of quarter-tones and quarter-tone polyphony.

Huber is a socially and politically conscious composer and his music often conveys a humanistic message. Many of his early works were inspired by music from the Christian litany, and in the apocalyptic oratorio …Inwendig…voller Figur (1971) he began openly to express his beliefs. His works often call for an end to human misery, injustice, lack of freedom, intolerance and violence, as in ...Ausgespannt... (1972),  ...Ohne Grenze und Rand... for viola and small orchestra (1977) and Erinnere dich an G... for double-bass and 18 instrumentalists (1977). In Turnus for conductor, stage manager, symphony orchestra and tape (1974), Huber addresses the phenomenon of a large-scale orchestra and the social function of the conductor.

For more information, please visit Klaus Huber's website: www.klaushuber.com
 
 
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Représentations
Chef d'orchestre: Clemens Schuldt
Orchestre: Münchener Kammerorchester
2019-11-30 | München (Allemagne), Pinakothek der Moderne — 22:00 | Première nationale
Chef d'orchestre: Clemens Schuldt
Orchestre: Münchener Kammerorchester
2019-11-30 | München (Allemagne), Pinakothek der Moderne — 22:00 | Première nationale
Chef d'orchestre: Lothar Zagrosek
Orchestre: Bundesjugendorchester
2020-01-06 | Bonn (Allemagne), Pantheon, Beethoven-Lounge
Chef d'orchestre: Lothar Zagrosek
Orchestre: Bundesjugendorchester
2020-01-12 | Bonn (Allemagne), Universität, Aula
Chef d'orchestre: Lothar Zagrosek
Orchestre: Bundesjugendorchester
2020-01-16 | Aschaffenburg (Allemagne), Stadthalle am Schloss — 19:30
Chef d'orchestre: Lothar Zagrosek
Orchestre: Bundesjugendorchester
2020-01-17 | Lörrach (Allemagne), Kultur- und Veranstaltungszentrum Burghof
Chef d'orchestre: Lothar Zagrosek
Orchestre: Bundesjugendorchester
2020-01-18 | Verona (Italie), Teatro Ristori
Chef d'orchestre: Lothar Zagrosek
Orchestre: Bundesjugendorchester
2020-01-19 | Udine (Italie), Teatro Nuovo Giovanni
Chef d'orchestre: Lothar Zagrosek
Orchestre: Bundesjugendorchester
2020-01-20 | Udine (Italie), Teatro Nuovo Giovanni
Chef d'orchestre: Lothar Zagrosek
Orchestre: Bundesjugendorchester
2020-01-20 | Maribor (Slovénie), Narodni Dom
Produits

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  1. Hiob 19

    Hiob 19

    Edition à télécharger
    Compositeur : Huber, Klaus
    Instrumentation : mixed choir (SATB) with 9 instrumentalists
    Édition : Partition
    N° Réf. : AVV 102 Q40400
    28,99 €  *
  2. Sabeth

    Sabeth

    Edition à télécharger
    Compositeur : Huber, Klaus
    Instrumentation : Altoflöte, English horn (Viola) and Harp
    Édition : Partition, mit eingelegter Viola-Stimme
    N° Réf. : AVV 29 Q283
    28,99 €  *
  3. Tenebrae

    Tenebrae

    Edition à télécharger
    Compositeur : Huber, Klaus
    Instrumentation : Large Orchestra
    Édition : Partition d'étude
    N° Réf. : AVV 304 Q305
    32,99 €  *
  4. Moteti-Cantiones

    Moteti-Cantiones

    Edition à télécharger
    Compositeur : Huber, Klaus
    Instrumentation : string quartet
    Édition : Partition
    N° Réf. : ED 5385 Q2488
    12,99 €  *
  5. Alveare Vernat

    Alveare Vernat

    Edition à télécharger
    Compositeur : Huber, Klaus
    Instrumentation : flute (also alto flute) and 12 strings or string orchestra
    Édition : Solo
    N° Réf. : ED 6270 Q2694
    14,99 €  *
  6. Transpositio ad infinitum

    Transpositio ad infinitum

    for a virtuoso cello
    Edition à télécharger
    Compositeur : Huber, Klaus
    Instrumentation : cello
    N° Réf. : ED 6684 Q2790
    14,99 €  *
  7. Noctes intelligibilis lucis

    Noctes intelligibilis lucis

    Edition à télécharger
    Compositeur : Huber, Klaus
    Instrumentation : oboe and harpsichord
    N° Réf. : OBB 11 Q5175
    24,99 €  *
  8. Kanon zum Jahresbeginn

    Kanon zum Jahresbeginn

    "Wenn eines Jahres Wirken abgeschlossen"
    Edition à télécharger
    Compositeur : Huber, Klaus
    Instrumentation : mixed choir (SATB)
    Édition : Partition de choeur
    N° Réf. : ED 6714 Q19247
    3,99 €  *
  9. Kanon zum Jahresbeginn

    Kanon zum Jahresbeginn

    "Wenn eines Jahres Wirken abgeschlossen"
    Edition à télécharger
    Compositeur : Huber, Klaus
    Instrumentation : mixed choir (SATB)
    Édition : Partition de choeur
    Langue : allemand
    N° Réf. : SKR 20095 Q23763
    3,99 €  *
  10. Two Movements

    Two Movements

    Compositeur : Huber, Klaus
    Instrumentation : 2 trompettes (C), 2 cors, 2 trombones et tuba
    Édition : Partition d'étude
    N° Réf. : ED 5038
    17,00 €  *

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