Publication of the first piano sonata d minor by Friedrich Gernsheim

copy and reconstruction of the piano sonata from the autograph

view of the beginning if the first movement:

view of the beginning of the fourth movement:


material of the entire sonata can be ordered through my homepage:

Copyright: Jens Barnieck

VG Musik protected


Book and CD:
The Mexico Diary - Winold Reiss between Vogue Mexico and Harlem Renaissance


Prof. Dr. Frank Mehring (Ed.)
CD with original compositions and arrangements by Jens Barnieck and Frank Mehring included in the book

Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier,
ISBN 978-3-86821-594-6, 244 S., 204 Abb., kt. (+ Audio-CD), € 29,50 (2016)

Initiator and Artistic Board Committee

Concert series tonAARt




Soundtrack of Liberation

Concerts, CD recording and book publication with pupils and students from Nijmegen, The Netherlands and Kleve, Germany to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the liberation of The Netherlands at the end of World War II

coordination: Prof. Dr. Frank Mehring, Radboud University Nijmegen


in cooperation with

National Liberation Museum 1944-45, Groesbeek, The Netherlands
Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Ganztagsschule Hoffmannsallee Kleve, Germany
Karel de Grote College, Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Seidl Dance School Kleve, Germany



Vogue Mexico

Jens Barnieck/Frank Mehring           “Vogue Mexico” (2012-13)

Luis Hilario Arévalo           “Klavierstudie Nr. 1” (2011)
                  (dedicated to Jens Barnieck)

Aaron Copland                              “El Salon Mexico” (1936)


with Prof. Dr. Frank Mehring,  Radboud University Nijmegen




CD:

"It's Never Too Late to Love!"



featuring music by Richard Wagner, Friedrich von Flotow and Patrício da Silva

Duo Songways: Julia Oesch, mezzo
                              Jens Barnieck, piano


Publications

  • "Musik ist mein Zuhause - in ihr lebe ich": Die amerikanische Komponistin Tui St. George Tucker (1924-2004) in: VivaVoce No. 100, Zeitschrift des Archives Frau und Musik, Frankfurt/Main, 2015





  • "progressive 21 – Komponisten im Gespräch": Ludger Brümmer (ZKM Karlsruhe), Carl Christian Bettendorf (Columbia University New York) und Philip Wharton (freischaffender Komponist, New York City)“ in: Musik-Kontexte: Festschrift für Hanns-Werner Heister. Thomas Phleps und Wieland Reich (Hrsg.). Verlagshaus Monsenstein und Vannerdat, Münster, 2011.
  • Interview mit der Komponistin Karmella Tsepkolenko in: VivaVoce No. 74, Zeitschrift des Archives Frau und Musik, Frankfurt/Main, 2006
  • Charles Ives –Durch das Leben mit 114 Liedern›, in der Reihe ‹Atlantische Texte der Atlantischen Akademie Rheinland-Pfalz, Bd. 23 (Hrsg. Prof. Hanns Werner Heister), Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 2004
  • Auf der Interview mit den Komponistinnen Mayako Kubo und Misato Mochizuki in: VivaVoce No.68, Zeitschrift des Archives Frau und Musik, Frankfurt/Main, 2004





Workshops for schools

sponsored by the

Atlantic Academy Rhineland-Palatinate


and the

German-American Institute Saarland


Artistic Advisor

concert series "American Classics Saarland" 2014



Artistic Director

Festival ARTlantische Tage 1997, 1999, 2002, 2004


Featuring artists such as: David Ambrose, American Voices (John Ferguson, director), Aura-Ensemble, Carlos Bica, Roland Blum, Bozzini Quartett, Kirk Brundage, Frank Dodge, Pim van Dros, Helmut Freitag, Isabelle Ganz, Marc-André Hamelin, Henriette Müller, J. Hatch, John Hurst, Leah Jacobson, Antonietta Jana, Janine Jansen, Tom Johnson, Vincent Kuypers, Sarah Leonard, Tobias Markutzik, Herwig Maurer, Mithras-Quartett, Peter Nelson, Julia Oesch, Kurt Ollmann, Philharmonisches Staatsorchester Halle, Christian Poltéra, Hans Rotman, Jürgen Scheib, Peggy Seeger, Jasper Soffers, Spectrum Concerts Berlin, USAFE Concert Band, The Voice of Praise Gospel Quartet, Joël Waterman, Christine Welch, Ensemble Weltblech, Max Wittges, Coco York


International Spinet Project

concept and idea: Birgit Ramsauer   




Master Classes

for young pianists from Japan

sponsored by AndVision Inc., Tokyo, Japan