Wednesday 20.03.2024 — Thursday 21.03.2024
Max Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics

MultiLive. Variety in concert.

MultiLive — Concert Study

MultiLive—Concert Study

A trio of musicians from the well-known Frankfurt ensemble Broken Frames Syndicate featuring flute, cello and piano will perform a short but diverse classical music program spanning diverse styles and epochs. Their performance in a traditional concert hall will also be live-streamed and reframed in a less conventional setting. 

As a spectator, you will be allocated to either space, and before and after the concert we kindly ask you to fill in a questionnaire on your experience. In addition, you have the option of taking part in an interview. The goal is to explore the influence of context and technological mediation on your musical experience. Both traditional concertgoers and digital media enthusiasts are warmly welcome!


Follow this link to register for the event. In return for your participation, you will receive €15 and a further €15 for an interview. The survey will take place at the Max Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics.

Concert Dates

20.03., 6 p.m.
20.03., 8 p.m.
21.03., 6 p.m.
21.03., 8 p.m.


Joseph Haydn (1732-1809) - Trio in D-Dur Hob. XV:16 (1790)
1. Allegro
2. Andantino più tosto Allegretto
3. Vivace assai

Kaija Saariaho (1952-2023) - Cendres für Altflöte, Cello, Klavier (1998)

Philippe Gaubert (1879-1941) - Trois Aquarelles (1915)
1. Par un clair matin
2. Soir d'automne
3. Sérénade


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