Malle Maltis Won the International Live-electronic Music Competition in Austria

Malle Maltis won first prize in Austria, at the international live-electronic music competition with her new composition Chameleon chant. Malle Maltis’ Chameleon chant for violin and live-electronics was premiered by Barbara Lüneburg and the electronic part by Tammo Sumera.

More than 40 projects from all over Europe were proposed for the 3rd ECPNM (European Conference of Promoters of New Music) European Competition for Live-Electronic Music Projects. An international jury selected 5 projects; on 21 August they were premiered during the Avantgarde Tirol festival in Rattenberg-am-Inn, Austria. The jury consisted of Helmut W. Erdmann, Henk Heuvelmans and Helmut Bieler.

The following works were selected for this final:
Andrea Vigani (Italy) – Policromia 1 (for violin & live-electronics)
Jon Aveyard (U.K.) – VVE (for electric violin and multi-effects pedal)
Malle Maltis (Estonia) – Chameleon chant (for violin & live-electronics)
Arturo Fuentes (Mexico/Austria) – Hymne 80 (for narrator and sensors)
Stelios Manousakis (Greece) – L’Hypothese de l’Atome (for live-electronics)

Violinist Barbara Lüneburg performed the works by Andrea Vigani, Malle Maltis and Jon Aveyard. Arturo Fuentes and Stelios Manousakis each performed their own works. The work by Malle Maltis (and some of the other finalists) will be programmed in the festivals of several members of the ECPNM in the Netherlands, Germany, Portugal, Italy in the coming year.

no comments

Your email is never published or shared. Required fields are marked *



Palun proovi uuesti, midagi läks valesti.

P a r t n e r s
C r e a t i v e   U n i o n s
F a c e b o o k