Composer’s Kitchen (2)

Composer’s Kitchen 2016 | Gaudeamus Muziekweek 2016

Composer’s Kitchen 2016

This unique event revolving around the string quartet is a combination workshop, laboratory, playground, and master class. Over the course of a week, the Quatuor Bozzini and two experienced composers will observe the work of up-and-coming composers. Their compositions will be read, played, assessed, analyzed, worked on, played again, and performed in the closing concert.

Participants

  • Gabriel Dharmoo
  • Patrick Giguère
  • Shih-Wei Lo
  • Anthony Vine

About

The Quatuor Bozzini (one of this year’s ensembles in residence at Gaudeamus) will stage their annual Composer’s Kitchen in the Netherlands, specifically for Gaudeamus Muziekweek. It is a workshop, laboratory, play area, and master class for young composers all-in-one. The delicacies cooked up in the Kitchen can be sampled during the concert. Part 2 focuses on two new compositions by Gaudeamus Award nominees, Shih-Wei Lo and Anthony Vine. Their compositions have been created in Composer’s Kitchen in the previous seven days; this is the first public performance of the farm-fresh notes. Canadian composer James O’Callaghan (also a nominee) did a stint last year in Composer’s Kitchen with Bozzini. His composition pre-echo has now been completed and takes pride of place in the programme.

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