fördert und vernetzt junge KomponistInnen


Fünf ausgewählte junge Komponistinnen und Komponisten aus verschiedenen Regionen der Schweiz präsentieren am 16. Oktober 2021 in Biel ihre Musik. Die brandneuen Werke für Blockflöten und Akkordeon wurden in enger Zusammenarbeit mit den Neue-Musik-Spezialistinnen vom Duo Windspiel geschaffen.

Vielfarbig, schrill, mutig, geheimnisvoll und abwechslungsreich kommen die neuen Tonschöpfungen daher und wecken Neugier auf die Musik unserer Zeit. 

 

Uraufführungen der neuen Werke:                          Es gelten die aktuellen Schutzbestimmungen

Samstag, 16.10.2021, 17 Uhr,                                          Zertifikatspflicht, Maskenpflicht, Abstand

La Voirie, Brunngasse 1, 2502 Biel/Bienne                                                               Contact-Tracing


Komponistinnen und Komponisten der Netzspinnerei 20/21

Lina Posėčnaitė (Basel)

Lina Posėčnaitė (born 1995 in Klaipėda, Lithuania) began her music studies as a violin player in her hometown Klaipėda, Lithuania. 2014-2019 she completed her Bachelor of Music in composition at the University of the Arts Bremen (Germany), her teachers including Prof. Jörg Birkenkötter, Prof. Kilian Schwoon, Daniel Smutny. Since September 2019 she has been pursuing her Master of Music at the Academy of Music FHNW (Basel, Switzerland) in the class of Prof. Caspar Johannes Walter.

Her compositions have been performed in various concerts and festivals in Germany, Lithuania and Switzerland, broadcasted on different radios (nordwestradio, Radio Angrezi, CKCU FM 93.1) as well as recorded on CDs: „Martynas Švėgžda von Bekker: Lithuanian XXI Cent. Expressions for Violin“ and „drop the beat“ of the German Society for Electroacoustic Music (DEGEM). Posėčnaitė is a winner of the First Prize absolute in XIII International composition competition "Città di Udine" 2020. She took part in many masterclasses and workshops, such as impuls.11th International Ensemble and Composers Academy for Contemporary Music 2019, Darmstädter Ferienkurse, Next Generation of Donaueschinger Musiktage, Labor of Wittener Tage für neue Kammermusik where she received composition lessons from Enno Poppe, Fredrick Gifford, Clara Iannotta, Alberto Posadas, Mark Andre, Lisa Lim, Isabel Mundry, Pierluigi Billone, Karlheinz Essl, Ansgar Beste.

She is a member of projektgruppe neue musik bremen (pgnm).

More about Lina Posėčnaitės work:     >Soundcloud     >Babelscores


Nicolas Roulive (Genf)

Nicolas Roulive (born 1989 in Namur, BE), is a composer and pianist.

After completing a Bachelor’s degree in Piano in Belgium, he moved to Paris to study music composition. His primary mentors included Eric Tanguy and Edith Canat de Chizy for composition, as well as Gwendal Giguelay for further piano studies.  He is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in composition at the Haute Ecole de Musique de Genève (CH) with Michael Jarrell, Luis Naon and Gilbert Nouno.  He also studied with Chaya Czernowin, Santiago Diez-Fischer, Dmitri Kourliandski and Clara Iannotta.  Nicolas has been selected for the Bludenzer Tage zeitgemäßer Musik 2020, 10th International Young Composers Academy in Tchaikovsky-city, protonwerk #9 with ensemble Proton Bern, Crossroads - International Contemporary Music Festival Salzburg 2018 and 2019, ManiFeste by IRCAM 2018 and 2019 among others, and has been invited by the Kyoto Art Center (JP) in 2018 as composer in residence.   His music has been performed by Ensemble NAMES, Ensemble Intercontemporain, Moscow Contemporary Music Ensemble, musicians from IEMA, Ensemble Contrechamps, Quartetto Maurice, Duo Enßle-Lamprecht, Marie Mercier (clarinet) and Hidetaka Nakagawa (bassoon).   Alongside his work as composer, Nicolas regularly performs as a pianist and is a member of the new Ensemble RIFF, founded in 2020 in Geneva.  Current collaborations, alongside with the Duo Windspiel, include a new work for the trio tree(3), and a project with the dancer Yoshiya Yoshimitsu to be released in fall 2021 in Kyoto.            

More about Nicolas Roulives work:     >Website     >Soundcloud


Cristiana Palandri (Lugano)

Cristiana Palandri is a visual artist and an electronic music composer. She was born in Florence and in 2000 during the course of Fine Arts studies she was awarded a scholarship in the Print-making area at The University of the West of England in Bristol (UK). She graduated in 2003 with honors in Painting at Accademia di Belle Arti in Bologna (IT). Since 2006 she spent periods of time working with Scaramouche Gallery in New York (US), in 2010 she won an artistic residency at Sabot Art Gallery in Cluj-Napoca (RO) and another one in 2005 at Archivio Viafarini Milan (MI). Subsequently she studied in Milan at Conservatorio Giuseppe Verdi (IT) completing in 2020 a Bachelor Thesis on Reflections on the idea of sonic sculpture in the field of electronic music composition. In 2019 she started the Master in Composition and Theory in the class of Professor Nadir Vassena at Conservatorio della Svizzera Italiana (CH). Since 2010 she composes music for advertisements, for installations and she has an electronic music project with the pseudonym YokoKono. While since 2007 she has participated at numerous exhibitions, among which: Reverse at Fondazione Merz Turin (IT), White & White at Museo Bilotti Rome (IT) , Noiseless at Scaramouche Gallery New York (US), Time and materials Horton Gallery Berlin (DE), Slipping time Sabot Gallery Cluj-Napoca (RO), A fragmented deity Museo Novecento Firenze (IT), Springs in white Art Center Bangkok (TH), Arimortis Museo del 900 Milano (IT). 2015 saw the release of her Ep Sub umbra under the SØVN Records Label and in 2017 the release of her track Psychopompe on the Various self identified non male artists making experimental electronic music compilation by Hylè Tapes record label. In 2018 she participates at the Premio Nazionali delle Arti with Barry Truax, in 2019 she participates at the New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival (US) and in 2020 at SMCtorino2020.

More about Cristiana Palandris work:      >Sound project     >Visual art      >Video 


Ali Latif Shushtari (Bern)

Ali Latif Shushtari (1990) was born in Ahvaz, Iran. After studying Mathematics in high school, he started an academic major in Solid-state Physics at the University of Isfahan and the University of Kashan, successfully fulfilling both a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science specialized in Nano-electronics. Alongside his academic studies, he began to educate himself in classical music and soon discovered his passion for music theory and composition which finally led him to change his academic focus. In September 2019, he was admitted directly to a Master’s degree program in Music Composition at Hochschule der Künste Bern HKB.

He currently specializes in composition with Xavier Dayer, Simon Steen-Andersen, Dieter Ammann, and Gilbert Nouno. He also has attended master classes of Stefan Prins and Mehdi Hosseini.

More about Ali Latif Shushtaris work:    >Soundcloud

 


Canberk Duman (Zürich)

Canberk Duman wurde 1995 in Izmir (Türkei) geboren. Als Autodidakt begann er 2014 sein Kompositionsstudium an der Universität Yaşar in Izmir und schloss sein Bachelor-Studium unter der Mentorschaft von Dr. Füsun Köksal 2018 mit der höchsten Auszeichnung ab.

Seine Musik wurde bisher in Polen, Russland, der Schweiz, Griechenland und der Türkei aufgeführt. Er besuchte verschiedene Meisterkurse und Festivals und hatte die Gelegenheit mit Komponisten wie Helmut Lachenmann, Beat Furrer, Oscar Bianchi, Matthias Pintscher und Francesco Filidei zu arbeiten. Er kooperierte mit den Ensembles Neue Vocalsolisten Stuttgart, Ensemble Arc-en-Ciel, Collegium Novum Zürich und Hezarfen Ensemble.

Zur Zeit beschäftigt er sich mit dem Ansatz, Klangquellen als Bestandteile einer grösseren "Masse" zu behandeln und diese Masse durch Veränderung ihrer Art, Grösse, Farbe und Menge zu gestalten. Er hat seine neuesten Stücke auf diesem Ansatz aufgebaut und ist konstant dabei ihn weiter zu entwickeln. Zurzeit studiert er im Master zeitgenössische Komposition an der Zürcher Hochschule der Künste "ZHdK" unter der Mentorschaft von Prof. Isabel Mundry.

Mehr über Canberk Dumans Werk:  >Soundcloud