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Concert at the Flagey, Brussels

17 December 2017, Flagey Brussels, Place Sainte Croix, 1050 Brussels
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“Musique et technologie”
 
17:00
VYKINTAS BALTAKAS – Music of Falling Sounds for violin and electronics (2015)
IGNAS KRUNGLEVIČIUS – The Knight for bass clarinet, cello and video (2009)
CÉDRIC DAMBRAIN – Pure, for cello and electronics (2004)
 
18:00
RIMAS SAKALAUSKAS – Bipolar (2015), music by Mykolas Natalevicius (installation)
 
20:00
OSVALDAS BALAKAUSKAS – Rain for Cracow for violin and piano (1991)
MONIKA SOKAITĖ – 1 6/9 (*world creation)
VYKINTAS BALTAKAS – Pasaka for piano and electronics (1995-1997)
ALBERTAS NAVICKAS – Accidental for violin, piano, video and electronics (2011)
GUILLAUME AUVRAY – Corpuscules for cello, piano and electronics (2015)
VYKINTAS BALTAKAS – Commentum for cello and piano (2011)
Stéphane Orlando, Simply Humain & Black Panthers (*world creation) for ensemble

 
LENsemble Vilnius & guests
Andrius Žiūra, clarinet
Edmundas Kulikauskas, cello
Albina Šikšniūtė, piano
Rusnė Mataitytė, violin
Benjamin Glorieux, cello
María Domínguez Pérez, piano
 
Centre Henri Pousseur, electronics
 
Concert on the occasion of the fifteenth anniversary of the cooperation agreement between the Government of the Republic of Lithuania and the French Community of Belgium

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Happy New Year!

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A very interesting year has started for me. Exciting collaborations with Het Collectief ensemble, Concertgebouw Brugge, Sax Allemande, Bl!ndman ensemble, Oslo Sinfonietta and KammarensembleN from Stockholm are coming. The compulsory piece for the Queen Elisabeth Music Competition is already in the shelf and a Portrait-CD by KAIROS is expected in may of 2015.
 
There is also an important practical change: all scores of my works written in 2015 will be free downloadable! Only the parts will be payable but only once: once paid – never charged again for additional performances. No hire material, no sending back…
Just like in the good old times, when one could take a sheet of music and just play it, without thinking much about the copyrights, prices, orders… It is important to bring the focus back to the musical thoughts, freedom of musical exchange and discovery — leaving the practicality in the background, where it belongs.
 
I whish you freedom in music for 2015!
Vykintas Baltakas
www.baltakas.net