Pianist Seda Roeder plays Stockhausen & Lachenmann
Seda Roeder is a young pianist whose repertoire extends "from Couperin to Stockhausen and music by selected living composers". She is currently a Teaching Assistant at Harvard Music Department, and a piano instructor at MIT.
Helmut Lachenmann and Seda Röder.
Picture from Seda Roeder's web site. Make sure you visit!
A couple of days ago, she made available live recordings of a performance at the Goethe Institut in Boston on December 5th, 2008. The archive includes Henze's La mano sinistra, Lachenmann's Ein Kinderspiel, and Stockhausen's Klavierstück IX. I just dropped her an e-mail to get the download password. To get the files, rendez-vous on Seda's Download page.
Seda Roeder plays Tolga Yayalar
Seda premieres In The Temporal Gardens by composer Tolga Yayalar on Saturday April 25th, 8pm, in Paine Hall, Harvard Music Department. Maybe I'll see you there!
By the way, Seda recently released a Mozart, Brahms & Berg CD. Listen to her, and support a young artist!
Stockhausen to Couperin?! That's a very impressive and eclectic repertoire.ReplyDelete
Sure. But Stockhausen conducted Mozart & Haydn, as well. Although the interpretation was not intended as "authentic": he composed very special cadenzas, for instance for the clarinet concerto...ReplyDelete