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2020 Colloquium

COMPOSER COLLOQUIUM

Grafik: Atelier Olschinsky
Dienstag • 21. Jänner 2020 • 17.00 Uhr

Prof. Violeta Dinescu (Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg): „Interpretation, Improvisation, Komposition – über meine Musik“
Violeta Dinescu, geboren 1953 in Bukarest, studierte Komposition, Klavier und Pädagogik am Bukarester Ciprian Porumbescu Konservatorium. Seit 1982 lebt sie in Deutschland, und seit 1996 ist sie Professorin
für Angewandte Komposition an der Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg. Ihr Werkverzeichnis umfasst Kammermusik, Werke für Orchester, Musiktheater, Ballette, Stummfilm-Musik und Oratorien.

KUG Institut 1 (Reiterkaserne),
Raum E 27 
8010 Graz, Leonhardstraße 82-84
Eintritt frei!

Eine Veranstaltung der ÖGZM in Zusammenarbeit mit dem Institut für Komposition, Musiktheorie, Musikgeschichte und Dirigieren der Kunstuniversität Graz (KUG


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2019 Colloquium

COMPOSER COLLOQUIUM

Grafik: Atelier Olschinsky
Donnerstag • 02. Mai 2019 • 18.15 Uhr

Dr. Amit Weiner (Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance): „Between film music and contemporary concert music“

Internationally renowned Israeli composer and concert pianist Amit Weiner will present his works for the concert stage and his music for film and television. Working with leading orchestras and contemporary ensembles as well as with major labels such as Warner Music Group, his highly unique music crosses the boundaries between genres. Amit Weiner has made an international career as a composer and a concert pianist. His music has been performed at festivals and in concerts in China, Europe and all over the US, including New York‘s Carnegie Hall. His oeuvre includes over 50 chamber, vocal and orchestral works. Dr. Weiner also serves as a professor of composition and Head of the Cross-Disciplinary Composition Division at the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance. This presentation includes a performance by Amit Weiner of two pieces of his Anagram cycle of 12 pieces for solo piano (2012-14):

Anagram no. 1 – „Parallel Fifths in the Dark“

Anagram no. 2 – „Modal vs Whole Tones“

CARL VON OSSIETZKY UNIVERSITÄT
OLDENBURG, INSTITUT FÜR MUSIK
26111 Oldenburg , Ammerländer Heerstraße 114-118
Interpret_innen:

Amit Weiner . lecturer, piano

Programm:

Werke von Amit Weiner

Karten

Eintritt frei

Kontakt:
W: www.komponisten-colloquium.uni-oldenburg.de

An event promoted by the Music Institute at the Carl von
Ossietzky University Oldenburg in collaboration with ÖGZM within the framework of „Musik unserer Zeit“


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2019 Colloquium

COMPOSER COLLOQUIUM

Grafik: Atelier Olschinsky
Mittwoch • 03. April 2019 • 17.30 Uhr

Dr. ZIV COJOCARU (Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance): „The Composer and Arranger as Conductor and vice versa“

Composer, conductor, arranger and pianist, recipient of the 2015 Prime Minister Award for Composers, Ziv Cojocaru is a multidisciplinary musician, active in the fields of classical, contemporary, and popular music. He will present his works and speak about the symbiotic relationship between the diverse functions of being a composer, arranger, and conductor, and the advantages and disadvantages of this situation. As a composer and conductor Cojocaru regularly works with leading orchestras and contemporary ensembles around the world. His compositions were performed at various festivals and concert venues including Konzerthaus Berlin, Arnold Schoenberg Center Vienna, the MATA Festival in New York, the ISCM Festival Ljubljana, the ACL Festival in Vietnam, the Israel Music Festival and many more. Mr. Cojocaru serves as Conductor in Residence for the Israel Sinfonietta and teaches composition and music theory at the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance.

KUG INSTITUT 5 (REITERKASERNE),
RAUM E 27
8010 Graz, Leonhardstraße 82-84
Tickets

Admission: free

An event presented by ÖGZM in collaboration with the Institute of Music Education at the University of Music and Performing Arts Graz (KUG)