Collaborations

I need to hear it first

My work often begins with research, the appropriation of an image in sound. In “I need to hear it first”, this image is constructed out of granular points which, by their proximity, form a musical figure. This figure repeats and transforms itself constantly, retaining the trace of earlier instantiations. In my music, I explore repetition …

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Montreal nouvel musique

Flem 50

Works by Cage, Mumma and Pelz From MNM2017 program notes – http://smcq.qc.ca/smcq/en/evenement/37268/FLEM50_Mumma_Cage_Tudor_et_l_inclinaison_exp%C3%A9rimentaliste This concert follows the trail of the ?First Live Electronic Music Festival? (?FLEM?), which took place in California fifty years ago, featuring David Tudor (1926-1996), the pianist particularly known as the interpreter of John Cage?s works. One of the pieces performed at the festival was Mesa, for …

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Gamification

Gamification

From CIRMMT website – https://www.cirmmt.org/activities/live-cirmmt/feb2019 Game pieces are musical compositions whose course is not predetermined like most pieces in classical music, but is determined in real-time according to rules, chance operations and competitive strifes between performing opponents toward a goal, similar to sports and video games. Game Pieces showcase exciting, spontaneous interactions on stage, providing enriching …

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leconsdetenebre Raffinot

Leçons De Tenebre

2010, november 5th and 6th Forum de Blanc-Mesnil, (France). 2011 march 8th, Vanves, Festival Artdanthe?, (France). (1 hour long) Conception and direction :Franc?ois Raffinot Dance and performance :Lionel Be?gue, Tayeb Benamara, Emilie Harache, Ode Rosset Music :Franc?ois Sarhan L’NFer (Un point de de?tail) (extracts, performed by Franc?ois Sarhan and Ensemble Ictus) Ofer Pelz (for e?lectroacoustic’s …

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Equilibrium

Violoncello, electronics and 9 Instruments. Solo Violoncello David Zur, Conducted by Karin Ben-Josef .  Premiere, April 2008, Jerusalem?s Music Center.  Revision, October 2008, Israel Music Festival, Jerusalem’s Theatre.  Jerusalem 2008, 19′ Ca Equilibrium is a state of rest or balance due to the equal action of opposing forces or influences. Energy must be created for …

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Neue vocalsolisten Borders

Crossing Borders

Examining the term BORDERS and some of its manifestations in means of music and art is the subject of a new piece initiated by the Israeli Meitar Ensemble in co-production with the celebrated German ensemble Neue Vocalsolisten. Two composers join forces to create the musical world for this piece, another Israeli-German partnership, Ofer Pelz and …

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Soundtracks

Open instrumentation and video interface, written in collaboration with Matan Gover. Premiered by ensemble Aka, live@CIRMMT series, Tanna Schulich hall Montreal. 2019 7? Ca Written for Ensemble Aka. A graphical game is projected to the musicians and the audience. The game interface presents symbols that approach the musicians and is inspired by Harmonix?s Guitar Hero. …

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Do Bats eat Cats?

Fl, Cl, Vln, Vla, Vlc, Cb, Pn & Perc. Commissioned by The Israel Contemporary Players and Ernst Von Siemens. Premiere, March 2011, conducted by Jean-Michael Lavoie.  Recording, May 2011, conducted by Zsolt Nagy, Ha-Teiva, Tel-Aviv. Paris 2011, 12′ Ca “Do bats eat cats?” Alice asks herself while falling into the rabbit-hole in Lewis Carroll’s famous …

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Blanc sur Blanc

For 2 ensembles –  Meitar Ensemble and Ardeo string quartet.  Meitar ensemble : Flute – Roy Amotz Clarinet – Gilad Harel Piano – Amit Dolberg Ardeo string quartet: Violins – Olivia Hughes, Carole Petitdemange. Viola – Lea Boesch Cello – Joëlle Martinez Conducted by Renaud Dejardin. Commission by the Zeitkunst Festival and Meitar Ensemble.  Premiered …

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