Bun-leng is the Thai word for making music, and it is exactly music what has brought us together. We all have different backgrounds as soloists yet we share the same passion in contemporary music. The Bun-Leng Project aims to combine research and performance together. We are eager to find lesser known chamber music pieces originally written for saxophones and to collaborate with composers in commissioning pieces that will help usdiscover new sound possibilities of our ensemble. More importantly, we would like to share the result of our collaborative work by performing in front of audiences all around the world.
Jul 10 201810:45
Christian Lauba (1952): Massaï for alto and tenor saxophones
François Rossé (1945): Lombric–Biophonie 1 for two alto saxophones and piano
Christian Lauba (1952): Porgy Stride for two alto saxophones and piano
ACADEMY OF MUSIC Vaclav Huml Hall Trg Republike Hrvatske 12