Konstantin Heuer

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Konstantin Heuer studied composition in Rostock, The Hague and Stuttgart, won the Gaudeamus Price and founded the neophon ensemble, Berlin. He gained major artistic impulses from Marco Stroppa and Marc Sabat and currently attends the Ircam Cursus living at the Cité internationale des arts in Paris.

Konstantin elaborates the idea of a microtonal harmonic counterpoint, joining electronic and acoustic instruments in orchestration. He is striving for writing life-affirming music that relates to the philosophy of F.W.J. Schelling and Henning Tegtmeyer.

 
Ordered by year. Most recent works appears first

Vocal Ensemble


Zebaoth for five vocal soloists (2017)

Solo Instrument


Klavierstück 1 for piano solo (2015)

Ensemble (10 - 19 instruments)


Alaska for ensemble (2015)

Chamber Group ( 2 - 4 instruments )


Aria for violoncello and piano (2015)
Trio 1 for oboe, clarinet and bassoon (2012)
Trio 2 for violin, violoncello and piano (2012)

Ensemble (Instruments or Voices) and Real Time Electronics


Trio 3 for piano and two percussionist (2014)

Large Ensemble (20 - 35 instruments)


Violin Concerto for large ensemble (2013)
Alaska for ensemble (2015)
Aria for violoncello and piano (2015)
Klavierstück 1 for piano solo (2015)
Trio 1 for oboe, clarinet and bassoon (2012)
Trio 2 for violin, violoncello and piano (2012)
Trio 3 for piano and two percussionist (2014)
Violin Concerto for large ensemble (2013)
Zebaoth for five vocal soloists (2017)