Flow!

Silence and listening ...

With Michael von Brück to the roots of experiencing music through intensification of the mind - lecture, meditation, music and exchange with the audience.

11/30

Thursday | 11/30/2023
7:30 pm Start of Concert
Konzertsaal im Kulturpalast, Dresden
Floor Plan
22 | 12 €

About the Concert

We all know that not all listening is the same. How quickly our thoughts are elsewhere, although we actually wanted to follow the music in a concentrated way. And even when we do concentrate, it means something different for everyone, depending on where one's attention is particularly focused: the musical theme, timbres, individual instruments, and so on. Michael von Brück is a theologian, but as a Zen teacher he also has a lot of experience with Far Eastern religions. And as a former Crucian and music connoisseur, he combines both in a congenial way: listening to music with the movement of the spirit. In this event, he invites us to approach Bach's "Musical Offering" through meditation, repeated listening and reflection, and opens up new ways of perceiving music.

Program

Johann Sebastian Bach
"Das musikalische Opfer" Auszug aus der Triosonate

Contributer

Michael von Brück
Lecture
Kathrin Bäz
Flute
Alexander Teichmann
Violin
Andreas Hecker
Cembalo

Biographies

Michael von Brück

Michael von Brück, born 1949, Professor of Religious Studies at the University of Munich, studied Protestant Theology, Sanskrit and Indian Philosophy in Rostock, Bangalore and Madras, lectured and studied in India for five years, trained as a Zen and yoga teacher in India and Japan (course leader in Germany, USA and India), visiting professor in the USA several times, member of various scientific committees worldwide, scientific advisor to the Goethe-Institut and the Verlag der Weltreligionen (Suhrkamp/Insel).

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Kathrin Bäz

Solo flutist

Kathrin Bäz was born in Sankt Pölten, Austria, and received her first flute lessons at the age of seven. After her junior studies at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna with Prof. Barbara Gisler-Haase, she completed her studies with Prof. Renate Greiss-Armin and Matthias Allin in Karlsruhe and Prof. Michael M. Kofler at the Salzburg Mozarteum.

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Alexander Teichmann

Alexander Teichmann attended the Special School of Music in Dresden (I. Brinkmann), studied in Dresden (H. Rudolf) and Berlin (S. Picard), was a scholarship holder at the Bayreuth Festival in 1990, went to the Wiesbaden State Theater in 1995, and has been a member of the Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra since 1996. He is active in various Dresden chamber ensembles and orchestras (Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra, Dresden String Quintet, Dresden Symphony Orchestra).

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