"Music is the language everybody understands."
A phrase we come upon sooner or later in our lives as musicians. But what does it actually mean? Does it mean we can "talk" to each other through music like we would with any other language? Or does it rather mean we can communicate through a direct emotional connection, avoiding the "detour" of intellectual understanding? Would it be both, or the emotional connection leading to intellectual understanding? Find out for yourself at Different Eyes | Different Ears.
- Lowell Liebermann (1961–): Sonata for flute and harp
- Gabriel Pierné (1863–1937): Impromptu-Caprice
- Elena Kats-Chernin (1957–): Chamber of Horrors
- Astor Piazzolla (1921–1992): Café 1930
- Henning Kraggerud (1973–): A Little Piece for Peace
- Mayuzumi Toshiro (1929–1997): Rokudan
- Sophie Steiner (harp)
- Takeda Naoko (flute)
- Henning Kraggerud (violin)