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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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