There you go with a new video recording of my piece Broken, for Solo Viola, written and world premiered by Cecilia Bercovich —to whom I have to infinitely thank for the wonderful opportunity of writing music for her— during a recital at The Banff Center, in Canada, on March the 9th 2014.
Premiere of “Don’t condescend [Don’t even disagree]” (2014), for five players, by the musicians of the Meitar Ensemble and the Tedarim Project on May the 31st, 2014, at the “Ran Baron” Hall of the Israel Conservatory of Music, Tel Aviv.
Final concert for the Contemporary Encounters II Course.
Flute: Anat Nazarathy
Bass Clarinet in Bb: Gilad Harel
Piano: Omri Abram
Violin: Carmel Raz
Violoncello: Yoni Gotlibovich.
Just been informed that my piece Don’t condescend (Don’t even disagree) (2014), for five players, will be performed by members of the Ensemble Interface during the SIRGA FESTIVAL on July the 17th at the Music Conservatory of Tortosa, Catalonia, and on July the 18th at Flix.
I have been just selected as one of the composition students—with my piece Don’t condescend (Don’t even disagree) (2014), for five players— for the Pierluigi Billone’s masterclasses and workshop during the SIRGA FESTIVAL, that will take place in Flix, Tortosa (Catalonia) early July, 2014.
There you go with a new recording of my piece Dawn at Ben Atar St., for Solo Vibraphone (2013). Can only say thanks to Kike Labián Camino for such a great work he has made and for this opportunity that he gave me a few months ago. Congratulations!
This recording comes from Kike’s recital last Thursday, April the 3rd, 2014, at the Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingenieros de Telecomunicaciones of the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid.
Next Thursday, April the 3rd, 2014, spanish percussionist Kike Labián Camino is performing my piece Dawn at Ben Atar St. (2013), for solo vibraphone —which I composed for him— in a recital at the Superior Technic School of Telecommunication Engineers of the Polytechnic University of Madrid (Building C, Conference Hall, at 19:30h) among pieces by Pablo Labián Camino, Kazunori Miyake, Éric Sammut, Evelyn Glennie, Chris Hanning and Eckhard Kopetzki.
I can already announce that my piece Jazz, and so, what? Histrionic Jazzy Phantasy(2011) is being performed by The New Music Conflagration on a concert at the St. Petersburg Main Library, in St. Petersburg, Florida (USA), on Sunday, June the 8th, 2014 from 14:30 to 16:00 (EDT).
In Green Water – Whitney George
Jazz, and so, what? Histrionic Jazzy Phantasy – Diego Jiménez Tamame
Sparrows Jump Nine Sandpipers – Andrew Sigler
From Sombre Lands – Peter Dayton
Five Songs – Robert Fleisher
Founded in July 2013, The New Music Conflagration, Inc. is committed to making quality performances of contemporary chamber and solo music accessible to the general public. Regular concerts of new music works occur at the Saint Petersburg Main Library in St. Petersburg, Florida and other venues including art galleries across the Tampa Bay Area.
Next Sunday, March the 9th, 2014, the violinist and violist Cecilia Bercovich will premiere my piece Broken (2014), for solo viola, which I wrote for her, during a recital at the Bentley Hall in Banff ( Alberta), Canada.
She will also be performing for the first time the piece Free Movement II (2014), for solo violin, by spanish composer and good friend of mine, Pablo Labián Camino, and the piece #4 (2014), for viola and tape, by Óscar Escudero.
I can only thank her again for her magnificent work and for giving this amazing opportunity to me and to my colleagues ! Can’t wait to listen to the performance!
We already have dates for the concerts of the PluralEnsemble Tour where my piece About blood pulse and misty minds (2013) will be played, among music of composers like Gabriel Erkoreka, Luis de Pablo, Alberto Carretero, Georgina Derbez and Marcela Rodríguez:
— November the 11th, Concert Hall of Zaragoza. 19.30h. Free Access.
— December the 1st, Santa Clara Space of Sevilla. 20.30h. Free Access.