CINEMATIC ILLUSION ART BRINGS THE DANUBE TO LIFE
llusion or reality after all? Klangwolke visitors are invited to ask themselves this question on 11 September at 8:30 p.m. in the Donaupark Linz, to surrender to the fantastic musical underwater worlds and enchanting sound experiences of PANTA RHEI and to immerse themselves in the flow of life! At the Linzer Klangwolke 21, which this year bears the ancient Greek title PANTA RHEI, sound becomes image - and vice versa. Under the overall direction of star director Robert Dornhelm, sound and film merge into a fully composed work of art in seven acts, including an overture, a finale and a gigantic cinematic soundtrack.
Musical instruments not only provide the sound, but also set the scene. Sounds emerge and fade away, provide impulses by finding a visual counterpart in light and video projections. In this way, the Linz Klangwolke 21 also picks up on the motto "Bold Impulses" of the International Brucknerfest Linz 2021. Impulses trigger movement and thus development, bring forth new ideas and are thus decisive for the dynamics of life. With powerful images, visualisations and stagings by star director Robert Dornhelm and co-director Christoph Engel, a specially composed music - an exciting cinematic soundtrack by Roman Kariolou - and recourse to Heraclitus, PANTA RHEI becomes the theme of the Linz Klangwolke 21:
For everything flows, everything is in motion, everything is in constant transformation! Klangwolke fans can already look forward to a "Klangwolken Orchestra" that will also bring great film music into play with a "Klangwolken Fugato", a drum ship that will juxtapose cinematic illusion and reality, and an oversized harp that will rise up out of the Danube!
A large cinematic soundtrack, light and laser productions, a huge cinematic projection screen and thus an oversized cinema screen will crown the Linz Klangwolke 21.