Clemens Hund-Göschel, Piano
Clemens Hund-Göschel (piano), born in Frankfurt/Oder, received his piano diploma at the HfM »Hanns Eisler« in Berlin. He completed a master’s degree in »Specialized Musical Performance – Contemporary Music« in Basel with distinction. He was further inspired by musicians such as Birgitta Wollenweber, Yukiko Sugawara, Nicolas Hodges, Marino Formenti, Ian Pace and Manuel Nawri.
He is interested in new performance concepts, which he realizes with the Eunoia Quintet and the Ensemble Inverspace. The interdisciplinary exchange with other art forms and sciences as well as the mediation of contemporary music are of particular interest to him.
Clemens Hund-Göschel has performed numerous world premieres with works by Isabel Mundry, Heinz Holliger, Mike Svoboda, Carola Bauckholt, and has collaborated with composers such as Helmut Lachenmann, Salvatore Sciarrino, Hèctor Parra and Helmut Oehring. In his active concert activity he has appeared in the Berlin Philharmonic, the Konzerthaus Berlin, the State Opera Berlin, the Presidential Palace Warsaw, the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow, the Odessa Philharmonic Theater, at the »CrossSound Festival« in Alaska, Vienna Modern, the Biennale Salzburg, the Teatro del Canal and the Auditorio Nacional in Madrid, the WEF in Davos and the Philharmonie Luxembourg.
Recordings and recordings of concerts with Clemens Hund-Göschel have been broadcasted by SWR2, DLF Kultur, rbb Kulturradio, SRF2 and RTS (Switzerland), KBS (South Korea), NRCU (Ukraine) and PR2 (Denmark). CDs have been released by Testklang, Dacapo, EZM/Wergo, bastille musique and Kairos.
Zafraan Ensemble presents: ACUD Session VIII
After its successful UA Berlin series, the Zafraan Ensemble has come up with an exciting new series. Come by on Dec 1st at 8PM at ACUD Club, Veteranenstr. 21, 10119 Berlin - special guests is the Deep String duo!
WUNDERKAMMER: Welt ohne Bilder (world without images)
An evening as a guest of blind experts. Our world is full of images. And don't almost all experiences, encounters and relationships that connect us to the world initially take place through sight? On November 11 and 12 at 7 p.m. in the Siemensvilla, the Zafraan Ensemble will be exploring these questions together with professors.