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Módulo 3 del programa: Practicas de Vuelo 2014

Del 24 de junio del 2014 al 23 de junio del 2014


Lugar:



Este módulo del programa contará con las tutorías del Ensamble Noodus y de los compositores Jef Chippewa y Patrick St Denis.

 

Horario

LUNES 23 de junio

De:

a:

CMMAS - Sala de Cursos o Auditorio


10:00

11:30

Clase con Ensamble Noodus

Tutorías individuales Jef Chippewa





11:30

11:45

Coffee break

11:45

01:00

Clase con Ensamble Noodus

Tutorías individuales Jef Chippewa





01:00

03:00

COMIDA

 

 

 


05:00

06:00

Clase Jef Chippewa

Tutorías con Ensamble Noodus

 

Horario

Martes 24 de junio

De:

a:

CMMAS - Sala de Cursos

Auditorio

10:00

11:30

Clase Jef Chippewa

Tutorías individuales - Ensble Nodus





11:30

11:45

Coffee break

11:45

01:00

Clase Patrick St Denis

Tutorías individuales - Ensble Nodus

 

Ensamble Nodus:

 

- Percusión:  Miguel Angel Tovar

- Piano: Noe Macías Delgado

- Violín:  Juan Manuel Flores

- Violín: Caleb Ahedo

- Violoncello: Diana Blanco

- Yliana Perez: viola

- Eduardo Caballero: Dirección

 

El Ensamble Noodus es una agrupación que tiene como propósito principal la exploración de la música de nuestros días. Está formado por músicos profesionales de diferentes nacionalidades como: Bulgaria, México, Suiza y Estados Unidos  todos ellos radicados en la Ciudad de Monterrey NL. Formado a principios del 2012, sus integrantes cuentan con gran trayectoria en lo individual ganando reconocidos premios internacionales. Noodus se ha presentado en el IV Foro de Compositores de NL, Festival Internacional Musica Nueva Monterrey 2012 y en la presentación de la Ópera de Cámara “El Conejo y el Coyote” en Monterrey del compositor mexicano Víctor Rasgado.

 

Jef Chippewa (Canadian, living in Berlin), is a composer of electroacoustic and instrumental works, specialist in the notation of new music, arts administrator, project manager and a fantastic cook. In recent works he has explored the potential of the miniature as a way of problematizing musical form, notably with 17 miniatures (flute, extended piano, drumset and several dozen sound-producing objects) and in hisfootscapes (electroacoustic) and postcards (toy piano and sound objects) series. Sound objects and funky performance techniques play a large role in his works since plastik [disposable music #2] (2003) andin nomine (2004), and a mildly theatrical, gestural-choreographic element has been a crucial compositional element of most of his recent instrumental pieces, notably “… unless he senses when to jump” (2012) and …without… (2008).

 

His compositions have been performed in such concert series and festivals as Ai-Maako (Santiago), EuCuE (Montréal), Darmstadt Ferienkurse, FUTURA (France), Inventionen (Berlin), ISCM (Stuttgart, 2006)MANTIS (Manchester UK) and Visiones Sonores (Morelia, Mexico). Ensembles such as LUX:NM, Trio Nexus, Quartet New Generation and ensemble recherche have commissioned and/or performed his compositions.

 

In 1999, jef chippewa founded shirling & neueweise, a company specialised in New Music notation, which collaborates with composers, ensembles and publishers (mathias spahlinger, Bernhard Lang, Sebastian Claren, ensemble recherche, PEER Music-Classical, Breitkopf & Härtel). The quality of his work is recognized by his international peers, notably by Breitkopf, who in 2010 invited him to prepare the first digital edition of Helmut Lachenmann’s pivotal work, Pression. Further examples of his notation work are published in Theresa Tisano’s Notations 21. Since 2010, drawing on his experiences as both a copyist and a composer, he has been developing a module-based seminar, “New Music Notation: Score Design, Function and Role.” Aiming to encourage better mastery and understanding of the notation of contemporary works in the instrumental and electroacoustic milieux, he has given the seminar in various forms in Canada, Germany, Israel, Mexico, UK and the USA.

 

Working as Project Manager, chippewa has coordinated several tours and events for the Canadian Electroacoustic Community (notably their 25th Anniversary Tour), Gilles Gobeil and the laptop trio Endphase, among others. For nearly a decade, jef chippewa has been Administrative co-Director of the Canadian Electroacoustic Community (CEC), Canada’s national association for electroacoustic music, and Coordinating Editor for the CEC’s quarterly electronic journal, eContact! His efforts in this position have contributed greatly to establishing the CEC’s highly respected international presence and to making it the most active and progressive of the national EA associations.

 

 



 

 

Patrick Saint-Denis studied composition at the music conservatories in Québec, Montréal, and La Haye, mathematics at UQAM and at Université Laval, as well as computer science online. His works combine music, live audiovisual and robotics, computing being at the root of it all.

He conceives interactive installations designed primarily for concert settings. His audio-sensitive inventions take on various forms, ranging from video installation to large-scale robotized machinery. His performances integrate various musical formations which sonically drive the installations.

At the edges of the concert format and digital art, his works are also shown in exhibitions. Among other instances, his work was showcased on the occasion of the International Digital Arts Biennial (BIAN/Elektra, 2014), at the Musée national des beaux arts du Québec (2013) and through Accès culture Montréal (2013).

His music has been presented at festivals such as the International Gaudeamus Music Week (Netherlands, 2003, 2004), the Montréal Nouvelles Musiques Festival (Canada, 2005, 2009, 2015), the ISCM World Music Days (Croatia 2005, Slovakia 2013), the Mois Multi (Canada, 2008, 2014), the Cervantino Festival (Mexico, 2009) and at the ICMC (United Kingdom, 2011). His music has been performed by top ensembles such as the Trio Fibonacci, ECM+, the Continuum Ensemble and the Onyx Ensemble. His work was also awarded several recognitions, including the Jules Léger Prize for New Chamber Music in 2004.

He collaborates on a regular basis with choreographer Karine Ledoyen and is part of the artistic duo Rusty Paillette with singer Sarah Albu. He is currently pursuing doctoral studies in composition at the Université de Montréal.

 



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