Radio broadcast — Impact / Tremors / Shifting

My piece Impact / Tremors / Shifting (2017-18), written for l’Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France, was premiered at Centquatre Paris during the final concert of the Orchestral Reading Workshop of Ircam’s ManiFeste 2018, under the baton of Peter Rundel.

Now you can listen to it, alongside music by David Clay Mettens, Sina Fallahzadeh, LangQing Ding, Utku Asuroglu, Clara Olivares, Jinwook Jung, Cameron Graham and Karlheinz Stockhausen (Dritte Region von Hymnen) in the website of Radio France:

https://www.francemusique.fr/player/export-aod?content=47d8ae02-d025-479b-91df-64009828670c

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Premiere announcement — Text im Klang Projekt

Here you can find all the information regarding the premiere of my new piece …in jeder hinsicht indirekt… (2017/18), for Baritone Sax, Percussion, Piano, Double Bass and Live electronics; a comission by Impuls, part of the Text im Klang Projekt.

The program also includes music by Jinwook Jun, Anna Korsun, Francisco José Domínguez Robles and Elena Rykova. There will also be an open brunch where we’ll discuss our pieces, taking place the morning after the concert.

See you there! Hope you enjoy!

 

Université D’Altitude 2016 — Interview

Hugo Warinsky interviewed yours truly at the end of Université D’Altitude International Workshop for Young Composers (Saint-Martin-Vèsubie, France, 2016), so here you can listen to me [trying to] explain the musical ideas behind my Vértigo (2016), which was wonderfully premiered back there by the amazing Ensemble Multilatérale.

Hope you enjoy or, at least, have fun!

 

 

Radio France Musique Broadcast

I got one of my piece broadcasted on Radio France last June the 27th. It is the brilliant performance of my Only then I felt the Ice (2015), by the Ensemble Multilatérale. 

Here’s the link! Enjoy!

Le magazine de la contemporaine – 27.06.2016

http://www.francemusique.fr/emissions

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News — MATA Festival reviews

There you go with two reviews of the concert by Ensemble neoN —last Tuesday, April the 12th, at Scandinavia House, NYC—, the opening night for MATA Festival 2016. They played music by Alexander Kaiser, Seán Clancy, Jan Martin Smørdal, Matthew Welch, Neil Luck and my Don’t Condescend [Don’t Even Disagree] (2014), for quintet.

The first one is by The New York Times’ critic Anthony Tommasini, the second is by New York Classical Review’s George Grella.

TNYT review

“…The young Spanish composer Diego Jiménez Tamame packs a lot of dense, restless music into his five-minute “Don’t Condescend [Don’t Even Disagree].” It unfolds with violent shifts and gnashing chords as motifs and cells of pitches interact and recombine…

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NYCR review

“…Don’t condescend sounds like a dense burst of white noise, disassembled, with the parts all heading back to coalesce at a central point. The well-executed writing is full of power and gnarled timbres…” 

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Media — The New Yorker

So! The New Yorker just announced the first concert of MATA Festival 2016, where Ensemble neoN will perform my quintet Don’t condescend [Don’t even disagree] (2014), along music by Alexander Kaiser, Matthew Welch, Seán Clancy, Neil Luck and Jan Martin Smørdal.

Here’s the link. Check it out and get your tickets soon, if you haven’t already!