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!
I am pleased to share the recording of the premiere of my piece Vértigo (2016), for Bass Flute, Bass Clarinet, Harp, Violin and Violoncello. It comes from the second concert of the Université D’Altitude 2016 — with Yann Robin and Raphaël Cendo as teachers and the Ensemble Multilatérale as visiting ensemble— that took place on July the 9th at the Eglise Notre-Dame de l’Assomption, Saint-Martin-Vèsubie, France.
I must thank all the musicians of the ensemble for their magnificent work during the whole Academy an also for their brilliant performance.
Bass Flute: Matteo Cesari
Bass Clarinet: Alain Billard
Harp: Aurélie Saraf
Violin: Antoine Maisonhaute
Violoncello: Pablo Tognan
Conductor: Léo Warinsky
Programme notes for the premiere (French):
“Dans cette pièce, j’ai essayé de créer des séries d’objets sonores hybrides en travaillant sur leurs caractéristiques spectro-morphologiques. L’énergie physique déployée par les interprètes joue un rôle structurant dans cette pièce, créant a la fois un matériau sonore et le discours musical lui-même. Cela contribue à créer une énergie particulière et une atmosphère spéciale, dans laquelle les relations entre le objets sonores tendent à provoquer une sensation de vertige ou de désorientation.”
Hope you enjoy it as much as I do!
I’m extremely happy to announce that I’ve been selected as one of the students for the first edition of Université D’Altitude, which will take place this summer in France (Saint-Martin-Vèsubie), with composition teachers Raphaël Cendo and Yann Robin. I will also have the amazing opportunity to write a new piece for the wonderful musicians of Ensemble Multilatérale.
Great plan for this summer! Can’t wait to start writing!
(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.
I’m happy to announce that I’ve been selected for the INAUDITA 2015 Masterclass with Mr. Franck Bedrossian, Mr. Francesco Filidei, Mr. Yann Robin and the colaboration of Ensemble Multilatérale, that will take place on June 20th-27th in Barga, Italy.
Very much looking forward to meet all these wonderful musicians!