Industry & Idleness
popular print for orchester

  • 7 January 2017, 8:30 pm
    Korzo, Den Haag (Netherlands)
    INSOMNIO Ensemble, Cond. Ulrich Pöhl
    also performing:
    La Jalousie,
    Herakles 2
    Samplersuite
  • 5 January 2017, 9:00 pm
    Music Centre Vredenburg, Utrecht (Netherlands)
    INSOMNIO Ensemble, Cond. Ulrich Pöhl
    also performing:
    La Jalousie,
    Herakles 2
    Samplersuite
  • 25 March 2013, 7:30 pm (Black on White: Heiner Goebbels)
    RNCM Concert Hall, Manchester (Great Britain)
    Vaganza and RNCM New Ensemble

    Also in the Program:
    Surrogate, 3 Horatian Songs, In the Country of Last Things

    Conducted by Jack Sheen, Yoon Jee Kim and Mark Heron
    Sarah Parkin Narrator
    Tanya Small mezzo-soprano
  • 13 November 2010, 8:00 pm
    Salle des concerts de la Cité de la Musique à Paris, Paris (France)
    Ensemble Intercontemporain
    cond. Peter Rundel
  • 18 September 2007
    Old Sewage Factory, Prague (Czech Republic)
    Berg Orchestra, conduct. Peter Vrabel
  • 30 October 2004, 9:30 pm
    Casa da Música Porto, Porto (Portugal)
    La Jalousie, Industry & Idleness - for Ensemble
    REMIX Ensemble, conductor Peter Rundel
    Andre Gindt, narrator
  • 29 October 2004, 9:30 pm
    Casa da Musica, Ponte de Lima (Portugal)
    La Jalousie, Industry & Idleness - for Ensemble
    REMIX Ensemble, conductor Peter Rundel
    Andre Gindt, narrator
  • 23 November 2002
    Museé de la Musique (Paris Nanterre), Paris (France)
    with the Ensemble Modern and André Wilms, conductor: Franck Ollu
  • 8 September 2002
    Alte Oper, Frankfurt am Main (Germany)
    Portrait Concert with compositions of Heiner Goebbels
    Industry & Idleness, Herakles 2, Berlin Q-Damm 12.4.81, Sampler Suite, Drei Horatier Songs
    Ensemble Modern, conductor: Jonathan Stockhammer, Jocelyn B. Smith: vocals
  • 17 November 2000
    Society for New Music, Prague (Czech Republic)
  • 21 May 1999
    Music Centre Vredenburg, Utrecht (Netherlands)
    with Radio Chamber Orchestra Hilversum; conductor: Peter Eötvös
  • 19 October 1996, 11:30 am (Premiere)
    Donaueschinger Musiktage, Donaueschingen (Germany)