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Roland Kluttig, presentation.
Natalia Pschenitschnikova (voice, b-flute), premiere of "Voice-off" for voice solo (2008) and "FL (falsa lectio) no.2" for b-flute solo (2008).

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Dmitri Kourliandski, born 1976 in Moscow studied composition at Moscow Academy of Music and subsequently completed his Postgraduate studies led by Leonid Bobylev. He also attended master classes given by Andriessen, Ferneyhough, Francesconi and Leroux.
Kourliandski’s compositions have been awarded with several prizes including the 2003 Grand Prix from the International Gaudeamus Competition. Whilst regularly being played at international festivals such as the Donaueschinger Music Festival and the Bi-annual Music Festival in Venice, are his compositions played by the Russian Orchestra and European Ensembles such as the Klangforum Wien, ASKO Ensemble, Schönberg Ensemble, Aleph, Slagwerkgroep Den Haag and Integrales, to name but a few.
Kourliandski is a member of the Russian Association for Composers, founder and editor in chief of the Russian Newspaper “Tribuna Sovremenny Musyky”(Tribune of Contemporary Music) as well as Co- founder of the “Structural Resistance Group” (StRes).
He is currently a guest of the DAAD’s Berliner Künstlerprogramm and composes an opera ‘Divina©MEDIA’ and a music theatre piece ‘playBING’. He is a writer of several solo pieces, two of which will be premiered by Natalya Pchenichnikova on November 13.
For more information see www.kourl.ru

Roland Kluttig has made a name for himself through his work as an opera conductor and with his extraordinary concert programmes ranging from Baroque to the most recent music of our time. He acts in concert with major orchestras and composers, and was director and associate conductor to Lothar Zagrosek at the Stuttgarter Oper. Here, he lead the Premier of Morton Feldman’s music theatre “neither”, the reopening of Helmut Lachenmann’s opera “Das Mädchen mit den Schwefelhölzern” and Luigi Nono’s “Al gran sole” between 2000 and 2004.
www.rolandkluttig.de/

Natalya Pchenichnikova, musician, composer, performance artist, author of various sound performances, conceptual compositions and of film and theatre music, has made a name for herself in recent years as a vocalist in the experimental field. Many works have been composed for her, amongst others, compositions by Nic Collins, Gija Kancheli, Bernhard Lang, Klaus Lang, Daniel Matej, Sergej Newski and Helmut Oehring.
www.natalia-pschenitschnikowa.de

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