Tag Archives: electronics

Music of Falling Sounds (2015) for violin and electronics at the Musica Sacra Festival

Music of Faling Sounds (2015)
15 September 2017, 22:00 Sint Janskerk (Henric van Veldekeplein), Maastricht (NL)
Paul Pankert, violin / Ensemble 88
Centre Henri Pousseur Liège
Musica Sacra Festival


Cairo Contemporary Music Days 2017 / Carte Blanche

April 27, 2017 at the Goethe Institute Cairo

Music of falling sounds (2015) for violin and electronics; Ieva Sipaitytė, vln



Also works by Justina Repečkaitė, Arturas Bumšteinas, Amr Okba, Bushra El-Turk, Gamal Abdel Rahim

April 30, 2017 at the Ewart Memorial Hall, Cairo

Works by Hassan Taha, Hikari Kiyama, Bushra El-Turk, Egidija Medekšaitė,  Øyvind Torvund, Zad Moultaka


LENsemble and European – Egyptian Contemporary Music Society

Vykintas Baltakas, conducting


CANTIO – chamber opera – first CD recording and distribution online

The recording of my chamber opera CANTIO from the festival Ultraschall in Berlin 2013 – is now available as CD and accessable via all major online distributors.
Text: Sharon Lynn Joyce
German Text: Erika Ria Otto
Stage dir.: Cornelia Heger
Vivian Lüdorf (narrator), Margret Giglinger (sopr.), Florian Feth (tn), Tobias Hagge (bs)
L’ENsemble (Lithuanian Ensemble Network)
Vykintas Baltakas, cond.
Production of Kulturkontakte e.V., Konzerthaus Berlin and Ultraschall Festival / Deutschlandradio Kultur
© LEN media, 2015

Hungarian première of “Lift to Dubai” at the Budapest Music Center / Eötvös Foundation

Lift to Dubai” (2009)
30′ – fl, ob, cl, bass cl, Kfg, hn, 2 tpt, trn, perc, pno, vln, vla, vc, cb, sampler, electronics
16.10.2014, Budapest Music Center
UMZE Kammerorchester, Ulrich Pöhl, cond.
Lift to Dubai was composed in 2009 in the frame of the music project “into…” and commissioned by the Ensemble Modern / Siemens Arts Program, will have its Hungarian première on 16 October at the Budapest Music Center. The performance will take place as a part of the “Anno 2004…” concert, which celebrates ten years of the Péter Eötvös Contemporary Music Foundation.

technical update of “PASAKA” for piano and electronics

busy now with technical update of “PASAKA” for piano and electronics: quadraphonic, replacing some sounds, creating a possibility to perform using Max/Msp or any sequencer, etc.

“Pasaka” is an older piece, being periodically performed since the creation in 1995(-1997). It received several prizes: the Stipendiumpreis of ‘Ferienkurse für neue Musik Darmstadt in 1996 and the Prix de composition “Prix Special XXe Siècle” at the 5eme concours international de piano XXème siecle d’ Orleans in 2002.

First performance of the “updated” version is going to be played by Stephane Ginsburgh on 17 Octobers 2011 at the Kings Place, London.