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Gleams – an adventure

Gleams – an adventure

“Gleams” opened last night with a wonderful performance from everyone involved. Here is a little video clip, which could give you an idea of the look and feel of the show. Balancing all the elements for this show has been my main concern and from…

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Toronto, ON – 10/06/15 – Array Music – Canada – Gleams

Toronto, ON – 10/06/15 – Array Music – Canada – Gleams

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Gleams – a taste

Here is a little preview of things to come. Eleven short tracks which you MUST see with Melissa Joakim’s videos in order to experience their full impact. Come and join us @ Array Music in Toronto – June 10th, 11th and 13th, we start at 8PM….

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Gleams

Gleams

Next month, on June 10th, 11th and 13th, will see the premiere of my newest piece, Gleams. The piece is a real multimedia experience, combining live acoustic piano, synthesizers, sampled and processed sounds, drama and dance. The road leading to it has been long and…

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New percussion quartet

New percussion quartet

A piece for percussion quartet dedicated to all children, known and unknown, who have suffered abuse.

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Meeting Yevtushenko

Meeting Yevtushenko

      Boris Pasternak   “Dmitry, can you tell me why composers these days stopped writing melodies?” Y.Y. Have you ever felt that an event in your life was bound to happen, no matter what obstacles fate put in its path? This was my personal…

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Gleams – I

Gleams I. Crowd A hand is stretched A tiny little bunch… Flowers’ stems are warm For someone gripped them long I take it silently Without a Thank you   II. They’ve clipped a wing of mine And lured me with sky See, I’m flying already…

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