ensemble proton bern

Epb 28 2017 Burn Baby
Epb 26 2017 Durst Frucht
Epb 25 2017 Protex Vorton
Epb 24 2017 Revolution Concrete
Epb 3D
Epb 23 2017 Matinaare
Epb 22 2017 Protonwerk 6
Epb 21 2016 Gerard
Epb 20 2016 Woelfli
Epb 19 2016 Abimes
Epb 18 2016 Protonwerk 5
Epb 17 2015 Viel Glueck
Epb 16 2015 Jungspund
Epb 15 2015 Russie
Epb 14 2015 Leseuil
Epb 13 2015 Protonwerk 4
Epb 12 2014 Hellas
Epb 11 2014 Romandie
Epb 10 2014 Protonwerk3
Epb 8 9 2013
Epb 6 7 2013
Epb 5 2012 Espace Temps
Epb 4 2012 Newyork
Epb 3 2012 Reseaux
Epb 2 2012 Protonwerk 1
Epb 1 2011 Walser
Pw4 Bern
Repro Proton 2015

ensemble proton bern

The fascinating thing about new music is the composers’ readiness to risk form for content, to risk beauty for the thought provoking, to risk habit for experimentation.

Music both serious and sensorial

New music is the sound of our time, made audible in works by composers of the 20th and 21st centuries, from Schoenberg to Boulez. The fascinating thing about new music is the composers’ readiness to risk form for content, to risk beauty for the thought provoking, to risk habit for experimentation. Daring as opposed to Dvorak.

New music is often considered ‘difficult’ because it appears to challenge the listener only on an intellectual level. The musicians of ensemble proton bern dissolve this misconception with wit and virtuosity, challenging their audience on a sensorial level: with playfully crystalline tones and sounds.