1. (co)ro(na) for ensemble 10:24
2. Pasaka for piano solo 05:15
3. Sinfonia for ensemble 03:25
4. b(ell tree)for string quartet 11:35
5. Ri for soprano and electronics 09:21
6. Poussla for ensemble and orchestra 14:47
7. Pasaka for piano and tape 08:43
8. Saxordionphonics for solo saxophone, accordion and orchestra 12:36
Total Time: 79:47
Tokyo Sinfonietta, Benjamin Kobler, LENsemble (Lithuanian Ensemble Network), Chordos Quartet, Rita Balta, SWR Sinfonieorchester Baden-Baden und Freiburg, Marcus Weiss, Teodoro Anzellotti, WDR Sinfonieorchester Köln, Yasuaki Itakura, Vykintas Baltakas, Johannes Kalitzke, Emilio Pomárico
The technical update of PASAKA for piano and tape is done today! A lot of work, but I am happy with results.
First performance of the “updated” version is going to be played by Stephane Ginsburgh on 17 October 2011 at the Kings Place in London. On october 25 he is playing Pasaka at the “Unerhörte Musik”, Berlin.
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.