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2016_ISCM - RUSSIAN SECTION 

 
 

Annual Report

  • Year: 
    2016
  • Please describe your organization’s activities over the past year, including concerts, commissions, collaborations, publications: 

    ISCM-Russian section organized more than 70 projects and concerts in Russia and abroad , among them about 40 international project together with the international cultural institute and ISCM sections. More significant events are
    1. Cooperation ISCM Russia and ISCM Swiss sections. Project "Integration" with participation of Moscow Contemporary Music Ensemble (MCME) and Ums'n Jip duo as well as involving of Russian and Swiss composers Vladinir Gorlinsky, Elena Rykova, Dennis Schuler, Nadir Vassena, etc. The project went in Moscow, Saint-Petersburg, Basel and Zurich.
    2. Cooperation MCME with Swiss ensemble Collegium Novum Zurich (CNZ), conductor Titus Engel in a project "Masks and Indentities". Both ensmebles premiered Swiss (Stefan Wirth, Gary Berger) and Russian (Sergei Newski, Dmitri Kourliandski) new works written specially for the project in Moscow, Saint-Petersburg and Zurich
    3. Sixth International Young Conposers Academy went in September 2016 in Tchaikovsky-city. We got 176 application from 45 countries. It collected more than 100 participants from 15 countries. Among professors-composers were Carola Bauckholt (Germany), Fabien Levy (France), Oscar Bianchi (Switzerland), Michael Smetanin (Australia), etc. The cooperation with Michael Smetanin was a result of collaboration with ISCM-Australian section followed than in Australia (2017)
    4. Cooperation ISCM-Russia and ISCM - Musikagileak (Spain) sections. MCME presented Russian music at the festival QUINCENA MUSICAL DE SAN SEBASTIÁN (MUSIC FORTNIGHT) in San-Sebastian (Spain), and the Spanish ensemble "SMASH" presented Spanish music in Russia, during the Perm contemporary Music Festival "Sound 59"
    5. The International Cultural Centre was organized in Perm in the Perm Staye Cultural Institute. There were invited composers and musicians from the Netherlands (Yannis Kyriakides and ensemble KHZ), from Germany (a cellist Ulrike Brand and a pianist Martin Schoeing), from Finland (a composer Juhani Muorvala), from Spain, Basks region (SMASH-ensemble) and from Russian Regions

 

 

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