CONTEMPORARY MUSIC MAKING


Workshop, Networking & Concert


Central London


Saturday 18th and Saturday 25th November 2017 – 10:00 to 17:00

2 days of networking events and workshops, to meet fellow musicians and music lovers and discuss about contemporary music making, techniques and innovations.


ABOUT THE EVENT


Through the workshop’s framework participants will have the opportunity to share, discover and discuss some of the most important 20th and 21st century contemporary music innovations.

During this intensive workshop & networking event we will investigate the main innovations used by twentieth century music makers and musicians; we will get ideas on how to explore and contextualise the 20th-century music scores; we will see at examples on how to deconstruct modern music systems to associate them into new combinations and get a different perspective of the aforesaid procedures.

With the talented pianist in residence Jelena Makarova (see below) we will see the concepts applied in real situations through examples taken from various scores and open discussions.

This workshop is highly interactive and participants may bring their favourite works or their own score, and share solutions or systems they’ve found while studying or working on contemporary scores.

A piano concert will take place at the end of each day and we want to include 6 new works selected through a Call for Scores. Please visit this page to submit your work and get the chance to have your work selected and performed.

Please check below the Concert Program:

Jelena Makarova, piano

Day 1:
Scriabin, Deux Morceaux Op. 57
Debussy, Cathedrale Engloutie
Lachenmann, Guero
Adams, China Gates 

International Call for Scores Winners:
Marco Molteni, Folio Cinque
Morgan Greenwood, Vessel in a Drift of Diamond Light in the Sky of the Mind
Amit Weiner, Anagram no 2

Jelena Makarova, piano

Day 2:
Schoenberg, 6 Little Piano Pieces Op.19
L. Berio, Six Encores (selection)
G. Ligeti, Musica Ricercata (selection)
C. Vine, Five Bagatelles (selection)

International Call for Scores Winners:
Brian Cope, Étude No.3
Andrew List, Shu The Egyptian Goddess of Cool Dry Air
Xu Tang, Mo


Who’s it for?
This workshop is ideal for every person that wants to better understand this essential part of contemporary music making.

Where is it?
Peregrine Piano, Room 3, 137A Grays Inn Rd, London WC1X 8TU. Map and directions will be provided in the full event package after registration

How much does it cost?
£69 for two full days.
£49 for a single day.


Day 1 Syllabus

Day 1 Syllabus
This is a rough outline of the topics covered during the workshop. As this workshop is highly interactive it may happen that questions and discussions go off topic from time-to-time. We also greatly encourage interaction among participants, so feel free to bring your own score or your favourite ones and to prepare questions or make them up as you go along!

Day 1 – Symmetry, Deviations, Minimalism & Graphic Notation

PART 1 – Symmetry and deviations in Music
– Axial symmetry
– Central symmetry
– Transferable symmetry
– Auto-similar symmetry

PART 2 – A. Scriabin, C. Debussy, Messiaen;
– Messiaen’s Modes of Limited Transposition
– Skryabin idea of symmetry and deviation
– Symmetric perspective in Debussy music
– Open discussion

PART 3 – Graphic Notation, Lachenmann
– What is a graphic notation
– How Lachemann and other composers use graphic notation
– Ideas and open discussion

PART 4 – Minimalism and Application
– Brief introduction to minimalism
– How to apply various systems to our work
– Examples, ideas and open discussion

DAY 1 – Concert (approx. ’50 min)
Scriabin, Debussy, Lachenmann, Adams
+ 3 pieces selected through Call for Scores


Day 2 Syllabus

Day 2 Syllabus
This is a rough outline of the topics covered during the workshop. As this workshop is highly interactive it may happen that questions and discussiona go off topic from time-to-time.
We also greatly encourage interaction among participants, so feel free to bring your own score or your favourite ones and to prepare questions or make them up as you go along!

Day 2 – 12 tone, Gravitational Harmony and Mixed Systems

PART 1 – 12tone music
– Brief introduction
– Matrix
– How to expand 12tone ideas
– Open discussion

PART 2 – Schonberg, Berg, Webern;
– Examples taken from their works
– Ideas on how to integrate this with other systems
– Open Discussion

PART 3 – Mixed systems, Ligeti, Berio
– Ligeti’s Musica Ricercata as an example of a mixed system
– Berio, between “sequenze” and patchworks
– Ideas on how to mix systems
– Examples and discussion

PART 4 – The system of Gravitational Harmony
– Brief explanation of the system
– Gravitational Harmony as a template to mix systems
– Examples, ideas and open discussion

DAY 2 Concert (approx. ’50 min)
A. Berg, L. Berio, G. Ligeti, C. Vine
+ 3 pieces selected through Call for Scores


Daily Schedule

Daily Schedule:

10:00 – 10:15 Welcome
10:15 – 10:30 Introduction
10:30 – 11:30 First Part
11:30 – 11:45 Break
11:45 – 13:00 Second Part

13:00 – 14:00 Lunch Break

14:00 – 14:55 Third Part
14:55 – 15:00 Short Break
15:00 – 15:55 Fourth Part
15:55 – 16:05 Short Break
16:05 – 16:50 Concert


Limited number of seats available. Please register now to reserve your place. If you have problem with the registration procedure please contact RMN Classical here



2 Days Ticket £69.00


1 Day Ticket £49.00


Payment is through secure connection via our third party partner (Stripe). We will not see nor store any information. You will receive notification once the payment is processed. Every major credit and debit card is accepted. There is no need of an account to pay.

– once completed you should receive a payment confirmation email.
– we will send you a second email with the Contemporary Event info-pack.

Once the payment is complete you can continue surf the web normally.
Please consider visit our opportunities page and album page.


*student discount is available for reservations until 3rd November 2017 (included).


More about the event

These intensive, highly practical and interactive event, at a very special low price for a central London location, has been specially developed to offer the music professionals the opportunity to grow their network while sharing experiences and ideas about music and contemporary techniques.

The minimal commitment of time and money and the connections made at these events can be valuable in their own right, and at the end of each day, we will invite you to join us at the pub to continue the conversation!


Refund Policy

To cancel your place on this course, notice of cancellation must be given by email.

a.) If you cancel at least 25 working days prior to the start of the course you will receive a full refund minus a 10% administration fee

b.) If you cancel between 25 and 10 working days prior to the start of the course you will receive a 50% refund

c.) If you cancel less than 10 working days before the event you will not be entitled to a refund.

No refund will be made for non-attendance on the course.

Terms & Conditions

1. By registering it is implied that you accept the terms and conditions applied to the service. It is the responsibility of the user to analyse all the information published here before proceeding with the registration. The organization reserves the right to change the terms and conditions without previous notice. These changes will be published on this official event page and will be considered valid from that moment onwards. No booking will be considered valid until RMN Music Ltd. receives the total value of the registration.

2. The registrations cannot be re-utilized or returned, unless in case of cancellation of the event, yet if it is possible and reasonable, the name of the registration can be changed for another person to attend the session. Please bear in mind that RMN Music Ltd. will not be responsible for travel expenses, or any other additional expense, in case of cancellation. RMN Music Ltd. will equally not be responsible for any monetary compensation in case of timetable changes or cancellations. RMN Music Ltd. is also not responsible for any compensation or devolution in case of absence of the event by the participant for any major reason (ie: situations outside of the sphere of control of RMN Music Ltd., such as war or threat of war; riots; civil unrest; industrial dispute; airport shutdowns; flight cancellations; terrorist activity; natural disaster; nuclear disaster; fire, adverse weather conditions; or similar situations).

3. There won’t be any devolutions or reimbursements in case of absence by the participant for professional, personal or health reasons. The registration will be considered invalid in case of illicit resale. The participants are responsible for checking the veracity of the information during the registration and report any errors or mistakes as soon as possible.

4. RMN Music Ltd. reserves the right to cancel a registration if the participant does not meet any eligibility requirements described above. In these cases a full refund will be issued.

5. RMN Music Ltd. might have to make alterations regarding syllabus, dates, timetables either due to changes in the professional schedule of the workshop speakers or due to travel difficulties. RMN Music Ltd. might also have to replace a course tutor, either due to changes in the professional schedule of the tutor or due to travel difficulties. These alterations are beyond our control and will not be cause for reimbursement. When replacing a tutor we will make every effort to find someone of similar professional background and qualifications.

6. RMN Music Ltd. reserves the right to refuse entry and reimbursements in case of abusive behaviour, physical and psychological threats, drunk or disrespectful attitude. The same is applied in case the participant tries to enter the event with any object considered as a weapon or with any illegal substance. RMN Music Ltd. will not be considered responsible for the loss or destruction of private property of the participant, nor will it be responsible for any medical or hospital expenses in case of injury or illness inflicted during the event nor on its installations or in the city that is hosting the event. For this exact reason the organization advises the participants to acquire health and travel insurance against all possible risks.

By purchasing this course you hereby authorise RMN Music Ltd (the Producer) to record and edit your name, likeness, image, voice and participation in the performance on film, tape or otherwise. You agree that the Recording may be edited and otherwise altered at the Producer discretion and used in the whole or in part for any and all broadcasting, non-broadcasting, audio/visual, and/or exhibition purposes in any manner or media, in perpetuity, throughout the world. RMN Music Ltd may use and authorise others to use all or parts of the Recordings. RMN Music Ltd, its successors and assigns shall own all right, title and interest, including copyright, in the Recordings, to be used and disposed of without limitation as the Producer shall in its sole discretion determine.



TAKE A MOMENT TO LISTEN TO
NEW MUSIC:


CONTEMPORARY COMPOSITION


Workshop, Concert & Networking event


Central London


Saturday 18th and Saturday 25th November 2017 – 10:00 to 17:00

2 days of networking events and workshops, to meet fellow composers and musicians and discuss about contemporary techniques and innovations.


ABOUT THE EVENT


Through the workshop’s framework participants will have the opportunity to share, discover and discuss some of the most important 20th and 21st century contemporary techniques.

During this intensive workshop & networking event we will take a look at how to expand and integrate the knowledge of tonal music with the main compositional techniques used by twentieth century composers and musicians; we will get ideas on how to investigate and contextualise the 20th-century music scores; we will see at examples on how to deconstruct compositional systems to associate them into new combinations and get a different perspective of the aforesaid procedures.

With the pianist in residence we will see those concepts applied in real situations through examples taken from various scores and open discussions.

This workshop is highly interactive and participants may bring their own works, and share solutions and systems they’ve found while working on past compositions or while studying contemporary scores.

A piano concert will take place at the end of each day and we want to include 6 new works selected through a Call for Scores. Please visit this page to submit your work and get the chance to have your work selected and performed.

The program of the concert (to be announced soon) will include works by: Ligeti, Berio, Lachemann, Adams, Debussy, Skryabin


Who’s it for?
This workshop is ideal for composers and musicians, as well as for arranger, producers, sound designer, and any other music professional who wants to better understand this essential part of contemporary music making.

Where is it?
Peregrine Piano, Room 3, 137A Grays Inn Rd, London WC1X 8TU. Map and directions will be provided in the full event package after registration

How much does it cost?
£69 for two full days.
£49 for a single day.


Day 1 Syllabus

Day 1 Syllabus
This is a rough outline of the topics covered during the workshop. As this workshop is highly interactive it may happen that questions and discussions go off topic from time-to-time. We also greatly encourage interaction among participants, so feel free to bring your own score or your favourite ones and to prepare questions or make them up as you go along!

Day 1 – Symmetry, Deviations, Minimalism & Graphic Notation

PART 1 – Symmetry and deviations in Music
– Axial symmetry
– Central symmetry
– Transferable symmetry
– Auto-similar symmetry

PART 2 – A. Skrjabin, C. Debussy, Messiaen;
– Messiaen’s Modes of Limited Transposition
– Skryabin idea of symmetry and deviation
– Symmetric perspective in Debussy music
– Open discussion

PART 3 – Graphic Notation, Lachemann
– What is a graphic notation
– How Lachemann and other composers use graphic notation
– Ideas and open discussion

PART 4 – Minimalism and Application
– Brief introduction to minimalism
– How to apply various systems to our work
– Examples, ideas and open discussion

DAY 1 – Concert (approx. ’50 min)
Skrjabin, Debussy, Lachemann, Adams
+ 3 pieces selected through Call for Scores


Day 2 Syllabus

Day 2 Syllabus
This is a rough outline of the topics covered during the workshop. As this workshop is highly interactive it may happen that questions and discussiona go off topic from time-to-time.
We also greatly encourage interaction among participants, so feel free to bring your own score or your favourite ones and to prepare questions or make them up as you go along!

Day 2 – 12 tone, Gravitational Harmony and Mixed Systems

PART 1 – 12tone music
– Brief introduction
– Matrix
– How to expand 12tone ideas
– Open discussion

PART 2 – Schonberg, Berg, Webern;
– Examples taken from their works
– Ideas on how to integrate this with other systems
– Open Discussion

PART 3 – Mixed systems, Ligeti, Berio
– Ligeti’s Musica Ricercata as an example of a mixed system
– Berio, between “sequenze” and patchworks
– Ideas on how to mix systems
– Examples and discussion

PART 4 – The system of Gravitational Harmony
– Brief explanation of the system
– Gravitational Harmony as a template to mix systems
– Examples, ideas and open discussion

DAY 2 Concert (approx. ’50 min)
A. Berg, L. Berio, G. Ligeti, C. Vine
+ 3 pieces selected through Call for Scores


Daily Schedule

Daily Schedule:

10:00 – 10:15 Welcome
10:15 – 10:30 Introduction
10:30 – 11:30 First Part
11:30 – 11:45 Break
11:45 – 13:00 Second Part

13:00 – 14:00 Lunch Break

14:00 – 14:55 Third Part
14:55 – 15:00 Short Break
15:00 – 15:55 Fourth Part
15:55 – 16:05 Short Break
16:05 – 16:50 Concert


Limited number of seats available. Please register now to reserve your place. If you have problem with the registration procedure please contact RMN Classical here



2 Days Ticket £69.00


1 Day Ticket £49.00


Payment is through secure connection via our third party partner (Stripe). We will not see nor store any information. You will receive notification once the payment is processed.


More about the event

These intensive, highly practical and interactive event, at a very special low price for a central London location, has been especially developed to offer the music professionals the opportunity to grow their network while sharing experiences and ideas about music and contemporary techniques.

The minimal commitment of time and money and the connections made at these events can be valuable in their own right, and at the end of each day, we will invite you to join us at the pub to continue the conversation!


Refund Policy

To cancel your place on this course, notice of cancellation must be given by email.

a.) If you cancel at least 25 working days prior to the start of the course you will receive a full refund minus a 10% administration fee

b.) If you cancel between 25 and 10 working days prior to the start of the course you will receive a 50% refund

c.) If you cancel less than 10 working days before the event you will not be entitled to a refund.

No refund will be made for non-attendance on the course.

Terms & Conditions

1. By registering it is implied that you accept the terms and conditions applied to the service. It is the responsibility of the user to analyse all the information published here before proceeding with the registration. The organization reserves the right to change the terms and conditions without previous notice. These changes will be published on this official event page and will be considered valid from that moment onwards. No booking will be considered valid until RMN Music Ltd. receives the total value of the registration.

2. The registrations cannot be re-utilized or returned, unless in case of cancellation of the event, yet if it is possible and reasonable, the name of the registration can be changed for another person to attend the session. Please bear in mind that RMN Music Ltd. will not be responsible for travel expenses, or any other additional expense, in case of cancellation. RMN Music Ltd. will equally not be responsible for any monetary compensation in case of timetable changes or cancellations. RMN Music Ltd. is also not responsible for any compensation or devolution in case of absence of the event by the participant for any major reason (ie: situations outside of the sphere of control of RMN Music Ltd., such as war or threat of war; riots; civil unrest; industrial dispute; airport shutdowns; flight cancellations; terrorist activity; natural disaster; nuclear disaster; fire, adverse weather conditions; or similar situations).

3. There won’t be any devolutions or reimbursements in case of absence by the participant for professional, personal or health reasons. The registration will be considered invalid in case of illicit resale. The participants are responsible for checking the veracity of the information during the registration and report any errors or mistakes as soon as possible.

4. RMN Music Ltd. reserves the right to cancel a registration if the participant does not meet any eligibility requirements described above. In these cases a full refund will be issued.

5. RMN Music Ltd. might have to make alterations regarding syllabus, dates, timetables either due to changes in the professional schedule of the workshop speakers or due to travel difficulties. RMN Music Ltd. might also have to replace a course tutor, either due to changes in the professional schedule of the tutor or due to travel difficulties. These alterations are beyond our control and will not be cause for reimbursement. When replacing a tutor we will make every effort to find someone of similar professional background and qualifications.

6. RMN Music Ltd. reserves the right to refuse entry and reimbursements in case of abusive behaviour, physical and psychological threats, drunk or disrespectful attitude. The same is applied in case the participant tries to enter the event with any object considered as a weapon or with any illegal substance. RMN Music Ltd. will not be considered responsible for the loss or destruction of private property of the participant, nor will it be responsible for any medical or hospital expenses in case of injury or illness inflicted during the event nor on its installations or in the city that is hosting the event. For this exact reason the organization advises the participants to acquire health and travel insurance against all possible risks.

By purchasing this course you hereby authorise RMN Music Ltd (the Producer) to record and edit your name, likeness, image, voice and participation in the performance on film, tape or otherwise. You agree that the Recording may be edited and otherwise altered at the Producer discretion and used in the whole or in part for any and all broadcasting, non-broadcasting, audio/visual, and/or exhibition purposes in any manner or media, in perpetuity, throughout the world. RMN Music Ltd may use and authorise others to use all or parts of the Recordings. RMN Music Ltd, its successors and assigns shall own all right, title and interest, including copyright, in the Recordings, to be used and disposed of without limitation as the Producer shall in its sole discretion determine.



TAKE A MOMENT TO LISTEN TO
NEW MUSIC:


Piano


Jelena Makarova

Jelena Makarova has established a busy career as a concert pianist, chamber musician, accompanist and educator. She frequently appears in recitals and festivals in the UK, Sweden, USA and Russia. Her recent performances include Carnegie Hall and also recitals for the prestigious ‘Pianists of the World’ series at the St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Liszt International Piano Festival, London; Beethoven Piano Society of Europe, St. George’s Hall in Bristol, St. James’s Piccadilly, Brunel Museum, Blackheath Halls, Foundling Museum, Chelmsford and Bristol Cathedrals and etc. After graduating from the Lithuanian Music Academy, where she studied piano with Olga Steinberg, obtaining her Master’s Degree with all-round Distinctions in Piano Performance, Accompaniment and Piano Teaching and after becoming a winner of the National J. Gruodis Piano Competition for Young Pianists, Jelena moved to the UK where she was accepted to study at the Royal Academy of Music, London. There she studied piano with Colin Stone and chamber music with Nicola Eimer and Michael Dussek. She had master classes with Pierre Laurent-Aimard (France), Paul Lewis (UK), Ian Hobson (USA), Gyorgy Kurtag (Hungary), Herbert Zahling (Germany), Roger Vignoles (UK), Murray McLachlan (UK), Joan Havill (UK). Jelena also loves performing New Music and has been working with and performed works by many living composers such as Kurtag, Hesketh, Borenstein, Causton, Germanavicius, Yiu, Turnage, Woolrich, Haigh, Wallen.

Jelena Makarova is a Russian-born Lithuanian pianist. She graduated from the Lithuanian Music Academy, where she studied piano with Olga Steinberg, obtaining her Master’s Degree with all-round Distinctions in Piano Performance,
Accompaniment and Piano Teaching. During her studies, Jelena became a winner of the National J. Gruodis Piano Competition for Young Pianists. She also performed at the British Embassy in Lithuania.

Jelena then moved to the UK and was accepted to study at the Royal Academy of Music, London, where she studied piano with Colin Stone and chamber music with Nicola Eimer and Michael Dussek. During her studies, Jelena had a public master class with the French pianist, Pierre Laurent-Aimard. She also performed at the prestigious Gyorgy Kurtag’s music festival ‘Games, Signs and Messages’. She was coached by Gyorgy Kurtag and was chosen to perform at the festival’s gala with the guest appearance of Mitsuko Uchida. Jelena graduated from the Academy in 2006 with Postgraduate Diploma in Piano Performance.

Jelena now has established a busy career of concert pianist, chamber musician, an accompanist and an educator.

She frequently appears in the recitals and festivals in the UK, Sweden, USA and Russia. Her recent performances include Carnegie Hall and also recitals for the prestigious ‘Pianists of the World’ series at the St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Liszt International Piano Festival, London; Beethoven Piano Society of Europe, St. George’s Hall in Bristol, St. James’s Piccadilly, Brunel Museum, Blackheath Halls, Foundling Museum, Chelmsford and Bristol Cathedrals and etc.

Jelena also performed at the St. John’s Smith Square with the National Youth Wind Orchestra of Great Britain for the orchestra’s 40th Anniversary Concert. The performance included World Premiere of the work by the British Composer Kenneth Hesketh ‘Gilded Theatre’.

She had master classes with Pierre Laurent-Aimard (France), Paul Lewis (UK), Ian Hobson (USA), Gyorgy Kurtag (Hungary), Herbert Zahling (Germany), Roger Vignoles (UK), Murray McLachlan (UK), Joan Havill (UK)

Jelena also enjoys collaborating with other musicians. She is a pianist for Trio Sonorité, Eos Trio, Ensemble Mintaka, a Vocal/Piano Duo with Soprano Jessica Summers and trio with Soprano Nina Kopparhed and Clarinettist Peter Cigleris.

She also loves performing New Music and has been working with and performed works by many living composers such as Kurtag, Hesketh, Borenstein, Causton, Germanavicius, Yiu, Turnage, Woolrich, Haigh, Wallen.

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Organisers


Rick Romano

Rick is composer, conductor and producer. He is Manager and A&R for RMN Music and RMN Classical. He was winner and finalist in various international competitions always receiving mention for the quality of the scores submitted. Most of his music was performed in various countries (the UK, the USA, Italy, Germany) and many works are published by independent and major label as well (Warner / Chappell, Sony/ATV, EMI, RMN Music, Ed. Sconfinarte). His catalogue includes concert music, incidental music for stage and theatre, music for the visual media (film, tv, video), arrangements, songs and orchestrations. He has produced 20+ music albums and is involved in many projects in various capacities. He is interested in developing innovative ideas, experimenting with different languages, changing, trying and researching interactions and connections between the media. A full biography is available here.


Elif Karlidag

Elif is a talented composer and pianist based in London. She studied Composition at the Izmir Dokuz Eylul University State Conservatory under Prof. Istemihan Taviloglu graduating in only 3 years with an average mark of 90.35/100 being the first in the department to do so. She got her Master of Art Degree graduating in 2007 with a thesis and technical analysis of Hungarian composer Gyorgy Ligeti’s Lux Aeterna. As a pianist Elif has given piano recitals and concerts at Bucharest French Culture Center, Izmir Sabancı Cullture Palace and Ismet Inonu Art Center. Her works were performed at the Izmir Dokuz Eylul University Orhan Barlas Hall and Izmir Sanat Event Hall, at the London The Actors’ Church in Covent Garden and Southwark Cathedral. She always gives her utmost attention and diligence to technical elements and creative and innovative aspects by focusing on every period within the history of music. Being inspired by various sources, she has created different types of musical composition and she is still in the search of novitious musical languages. A full biography is available here.

Organisers


Rick Romano

Rick is composer, conductor and producer. He is Manager and A&R for RMN Music and RMN Classical. He was winner and finalist in various international competitions always receiving mention for the quality of the scores submitted. Most of his music was performed in various countries (the UK, the USA, Italy, Germany) and many works are published by independent and major label as well (Warner / Chappell, Sony/ATV, EMI, RMN Music, Ed. Sconfinarte). His catalogue includes concert music, incidental music for stage and theatre, music for the visual media (film, tv, video), arrangements, songs and orchestrations. He has produced 20+ music albums and is involved in many projects in various capacities. He is interested in developing innovative ideas, experimenting with different languages, changing, trying and researching interactions and connections between the media. A full biography is available here.


Elif Karlidag

Elif is a talented composer and pianist based in London. She studied Composition at the Izmir Dokuz Eylul University State Conservatory under Prof. Istemihan Taviloglu graduating in only 3 years with an average mark of 90.35/100 being the first in the department to do so. She got her Master of Art Degree graduating in 2007 with a thesis and technical analysis of Hungarian composer Gyorgy Ligeti’s Lux Aeterna. As a pianist Elif has given piano recitals and concerts at Bucharest French Culture Center, Izmir Sabancı Cullture Palace and Ismet Inonu Art Center. Her works were performed at the Izmir Dokuz Eylul University Orhan Barlas Hall and Izmir Sanat Event Hall, at the London The Actors’ Church in Covent Garden and Southwark Cathedral. She always gives her utmost attention and diligence to technical elements and creative and innovative aspects by focusing on every period within the history of music. Being inspired by various sources, she has created different types of musical composition and she is still in the search of novitious musical languages. A full biography is available here.

Q&A


The event is open to anyone interested in this important part of contemporary music making.
Yes! Participants have the option to register to one or to the full two days event. You can always register for the second day at a later stage but you will have to pay for the full amount. Note also that it may not be possible to register for the second day at a later stage if the event is sold out.
Of course! This is highly recommended. Please avoid coming with too many scores as the event is very intensive and we may have not the time to go through all the scores.
One, maximum two scores per participant are highly recommended.
Please check the refund policy above.
We are sorry but this event do not include the lunch. We are trying to get discounts from restaurants and other places close to the event venue. We will let you know on the day of the event if any discount is available.

For any other question not here included in the Q&A please feel free to Contact Us

Q&A


Any composer and music profesisonal of any age with a minimum level of preparation. If you have a good or excellent level of music preparation you will get the best from this event.
Yes! Participants have the option to register to one or to the full two days event. You can always register for the second day at a later stage but you will have to pay for the full amount. Note also that it may not be possible to register for the second day at a later stage if the event is sold out.
Of course! This is highly recommended. Please avoid coming with too many scores as the event is very intensive and we may have not the time to go through all the scores.
One, maximum two scores per participant are highly recommended.
Please check the refund policy above.
We are sorry but this event do not include the lunch. We are trying to get discounts from restaurants and other places close to the event venue. We will let you know on the day of the event if any discount is available.

For any other question not here included in the Q&A please feel free to Contact Us

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