Another recording today! This time is the studio recording that Ensemble Schallfeld did of my “…in jeder Hinsicht indirekt…” (2017-18), for Baritone Sax, Piano, Percussion, Double Bass and Live Electronics. This piece was written after the text “Die Sehnsucht der Zellen” by Alexander Kluge and was comissioned by IMPULS as part of the Text im Klang #3 Project.
Hope you enjoy it!
Eine weitere Aufnahme heute! Diesmal ist es die Studioaufnahme, die das Ensemble Schallfeld von meiner “…in jeder Hinsicht indirekt…” (2017-18), für Bariton Sax, Klavier, Schlagwerk, Kontrabass und Live Electronics gemacht hat. Dieses Stück wurde nach dem Text “Die Sehnsucht der Zellen” von Alexander Kluge geschrieben. Es wurde von IMPULS im Rahmen des Projektes Text im Klang #3 in Auftrag gegeben. Das Stück wurde am 1. Juni im Großen Minoritensaal Graz uraufgeführt.
Hoffe es gefällt euch!
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
I am so happy to share this new recording by the magnificent Ensemble neoN, from Norway. They performed this little quintet fiercely during the first concert of MATA Festival 2016, which took place on April the 12th at Scandinavia House, New York City.
I am very thankful for their great work! The recording is amazing. I hope you enjoy it!
Flute: Yumi Murakami
Bass Clarinet in Bb: Kristine Tjøgersen
Piano: Heloísa Gomes do Amaral
Violin: Karin Hellqvist
Violoncello: Inga Byrkjeland
Conductor: Magnus Loddgard
Programme notes (by Todd Tarantino, MATA’s Executive Director):
“Built from a limited number of scarcely modified musical cells that interact and react, Tamame’s work treats its musical materials as pixels, as in a computer-generated image. As pointillist art coalesces into a larger image when granted spatial distance, Tamame’s cels, each intense, energetic, violent even, together coalesce into a unified wall of sound that moves forward in a seeming directional narrative. “Seeming” is the important word. Although the instrumentalists unquestioningly move toward a goal, the discourse itself is flat. Tamame writes: “this is a representation of the idea of ‘white noise’ —even though the sonic nature of the materials bear little resemblance to white noise itself— which while extremely energetic is also the flattest and most homogeneous of them all”. Don’t condescend [Don’t even disagree] is dedicated to the Meitar Ensemble, who premiered the work in Tel Aviv.”
The New York Times: www.nytimes.com/2016/04/14/arts/m…aranoia.html?_r=0
New York Classical Review: newyorkclassicalreview.com/2016/04/mat…rreverence/
(Finally) There you go with the live recording of my piece Only then I felt the ice (2015), for Flute, Tenor Sax, Violin and Violoncello, which was brilliantly performed by the wonderful musicians of Ensemble Multilatérale (Matteo Cesari, Miguel Angel Lorente, Antoine Maisonhaute and Séverine Ballon) during one of the two final concerts of Masterclass Inaudita (with Franck Bedrossian, Yann Robin and Francesco Filidei) on June the 26th 2015 at Barga, Italy.
Thank you so much for you magnificent work! Hope you enjoy the recording as much as I do!
So here we go! My new piece Only then I felt the ice (2015), for Flute, Tenor Sax, Violin and Violoncello is being premiered tonight in a concert by the amazing Ensemble Multilatérale along with another four pieces by participants of the Masterclass of Franck Bedrossian and Francesco Filidei.
You can check out the details clicking here.
There you go with a new live recording of my piece Broken (2014), for Viola Solo, from my End of Studies Recital (that took place last Tuesday May the 12th, 2015, at the “Eduardo del Pueyo” Concert Hall of the Superior Music Conservatory of Aragón, Zaragoza, Spain).
I have to thank the great Cecilia Bercovich for this magnificent performance!
Hope you enjoy it as much as I do!
There you go with a new brilliant recording of my piece “Don’t Condescend [Don’t even disagree]” (2014) by the musicians of the Academy for the New Music CSMA conducted by Nacho de Paz on a wonderful concert—yesterday, November the 18th 2014 at the Eduardo del Pueyo Concert Hall at the Superior Music Conservatory of Aragón, Zaragoza, Spain— with an enthusiastic audience that ACTUALLY participated in the after-concert talk –and asked challenging questions, like “Do you see the world in this wicked way indeed?”—.
Flute: Marta Gómez Alonso
Bass Clarinet in Bb: Adrián Bartolomé Manzanos
Piano: Carlos Sanchís Aguirre
Violin: Laura Espino Muñoz
Violoncello: Marco Castrillo Ibáñez
Hope you enjoy it as much as I do!
Here you go with a new recording of my pieces Don’t condescend [Don’t even disagree] (2014).
It was performed in two concerts during the SIRGA Festival — Musiques de recerca y patrimoni, that took place on Flix, Tortosa, Ascó and Barcelona between July the 7th and 20th. This recording is from a concert on July the 17th at the Conservatory of Music of Tortosa.
The Ensemble Interface performed music by Tristan Murail (Treize colours du soleil couchant), Silvia Pepe, Lorenzo Restagno, María Misael Gauchat and myself.
Flute: Bettina Berger
Bass Clarinet in Bb: Richard Haynes
Piano: Anna D’errico
Violin: Corinna Canzian
Violoncello: Christoph Mathias
Hope you enjoy it!
There you go with a new recording.
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.
This piece is just going to be performed again by Ensemble Interface at the SIRGA Festival, in Tortosa and Flix (Catalonia, Spain), on July the 17th and 18th.
As I have been told, the concert by TNMC including my piece Jazz, and so, what? Histrionic Jazzy Phantasy (2011), that was first set up on June the 8th, has been postponed until January 2015.
The main causes are that a lot of composers and pieces were selected for the 2013-2014 TNMC New Music Concert Series and it was impossible to program them all.
Looking forward to have news from the guys of TNMC! See you in 2015!
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).
The concert program is the following:
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.