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Playlist of Marcos Balter

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  • Marcos Balter: Pessoa

    9:08

    Performed by Claire Chase of the International Contemporary Ensemble.

    Filmed at Q2 Music's 'Meet The Composer' launch party and hosted by Q2 Music's Nadia Sirota, the party also includes a star-studded array of dynamic, award-winning performers: flutist and International Contemporary Ensemble artistic director Claire Chase performs Balter's Pessoa; Hotel Elefant performs Adams's Red Arc/Blue Veil; Attacca String Quartet performs excerpts from Norman's Peculiar Strokes; Cellist Hannah Collins performs Shaw's in manus tuas; and Bang on a Can All-Star pianist Vicky Chow, cellist Ashley Bathgate and violinist Todd Reynolds perform Dennehy's Bulb.

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  • Marcos Balter — Wicker Park w/ score

    9:18

    Wicker Park by Marcos Balter


    Performed by Ryan Muncy


    This video was posted with the permission from Marcos Balter and Ryan Muncy

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  • Dreamcatcher by Marcos Balter

    3:14

    Dreamcatcher by Marcos Balter reflects on the horrors of the family separation crisis.

    Download the audio track to support children at the border:


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    Composed by Marcos Balter


    Performed and Commissioned by Lior Willinger


    Video and Audio Mixing by Four/Ten Media


    Audio Engineering by Atticus Hebson and Noah Frank

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    ABOUT THE PIECE

    Dreamcatcher (2018)

    Thousands of children were separated from their families due to the Trump administration’s “zero-tolerance policy.” Adults attempting to cross the border into the US were placed under custody and criminally prosecuted regardless of whether they were seeking asylum. This heartless policy resulted in children being taken away and put in detention facilities. The battle for humane treatment of immigrants continues.

    Thousands of migrant families are still detained. Children remain separated from their families. Recently, tear gas was fired upon Central American asylum-seekers at the border. The termination of temporary protected status for 406,000 immigrants from Haiti, El Salvador, and Honduras looms. The protections of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, which prevents deportation for about 800,000 undocumented immigrants who arrived as minors (known as Dreamers) and offers access to work permits and education, are set to expire. A new proposal to replace the Flores settlement would allow migrant families to be detained indefinitely while their immigration case is pending.

    So what can we do?
    1. Check out 5calls.org. Stay up-to-date with the immigration issues and push your officials to act.
    2. Donate to groups doing good work on behalf of immigrant children. Here’s a portal to help over a dozen organizations: The recording of Dreamcatcher is available for download at All proceeds from the sale of this track will go to support these organizations.
    3. Lastly, keep caring about important issues even if they fall out of the news cycle. Continue to push for justice if there is work to be done.

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    ABOUT THE ACTIVE LISTENING SERIES

    Active Listening is the series that unites composers with audiences who care about social justice. Each composer has chosen to address a social justice issue they feel passionate about. With each installment, actions which listeners can take are provided. The goal of this series is to inspire empathy, educate listeners, and offer steps to actively support each cause. A 10-part series, I CARE IF YOU LISTEN will release videos on the first Wednesday of each month through September 2019, featuring new works commissioned and performed by pianist Lior Willinger. This project has been funded by an award from the Presser Foundation.

  • Sam Solomon | Descarga by Marcos Balter

    6:10

    VF Artist Sam Solomon performs Descarga by Marcos Balter

    More info on the piece here!


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  • Codex Seraphinianus by Marcos Balter

    19:37

    Justin Massey - Soprano Saxophone
    Eftihia Arkoudis - Flute
    Ignacio Cuello - Viola
    André Juanário - Bassoon

  • Meltdown Upshot: No. 1, Credo

    4:49

    Provided to YouTube by NAXOS of America

    Meltdown Upshot: No. 1, Credo · Ensemble Dal Niente

    Balter / Saunier

    ℗ 2016 New Amsterdam

    Released on: 2016-04-29

    Ensemble: Deerhoof
    Ensemble: Ensemble Dal Niente
    Composer: Marcos Balter

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  • Memoria

    6:16

    Provided to YouTube by NAXOS of America

    Memoria · Chris Wild

    Abhanden

    ℗ 2014 Navona

    Released on: 2014-01-07

    Artist: Chris Wild
    Composer: Marcos Balter

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Dal Niente & Deerhoof – meltDown Upshot: 6. Cherubim

    2:43

    Track 6 from the forthcoming collaborative album by Dal Niente and Deerhoof. Coming April 29, 2016 on New Amsterdam Records. Pre-order here:

    Movement 6 from meltDown Upshot, composed by Marcos Balter.

    Balter / Saunier is the new collaborative album from Deerhoof (the best band in the world” - Pitchfork) and Chicago-based 22-piece contemporary music group Dal Niente (“a model of what contemporary music needs - The Chicago Tribune). The album features works by Brazilian-born composer Marcos Balter and arrangements by Deerhoof drummer Greg Saunier of his band’s songs.

    Deerhoof and Dal Niente first crossed paths in 2012 when they shared a bill at Chicago’s Millennium Park. The two groups bonded instantly over their shared sensibilities and began a long-term collaboration, performing together when possible and inspiring each other along the way. Balter / Saunier is a culmination of these explorations, an intricate intermingling of styles that captures each group at its most adventurous and encapsulates what it means to create, perform and listen to music in 2016.

    Despite the scope and scale of the collaboration (with more than 30 people involved), the recording process was a remarkably DIY effort. Balter / Saunier is self-produced, mixed and edited; composers session-produced their pieces; and engineer Dan Nichols cleverly turned a busy downtown ballroom into a treated recording environment. Everyone spent a lot of time listening – to the music and each other – and it shows: the final product is the very definition of a meeting of the minds, a perfect distillation of several (highly developed) artistic voices.

    Balter / Saunier consists of two longer works, one each by Balter and Saunier, with one shorter piece by Balter between the two. The album opens with Balter’s seven-part piece “meltDown Upshot,” a magnetic mix of heady beats, catchy pop, absorbing post-minimalism, angular melodies and fireworks of free jazz written specifically for the two groups’ collaboration. Next is “Pois que nada que dure, ou que durando,” a poem by Fernando Pessoa that translates to For that nothing lasts, or that lasting” in English, a dissonance-tinged work that plays like a sonic realization of Dalí’s “Persistence of Memory.” The album closes with Saunier's “Deerhoof Chamber Variations,” a work for Dal Niente that uses Deerhoof's catalogue as source material. Rather than simply re-arranging Deerhoof songs by rote, Saunier flexes his compositional background to create a meditation on the group’s discography. Familiar melodies – set amongst grand, expansive arrangements – drift in and out of view as if from a refracted memory.

  • Marcos Balter - Landscape of Fear

    6:30

    Zach Shemon and Taimur Sullivan, sopranino saxophones

    2018 North American Saxophone Alliance National Conference
    University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music

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  • Meltdown Upshot: No. 6, Cherubim

    2:43

    Provided to YouTube by NAXOS of America

    Meltdown Upshot: No. 6, Cherubim · Ensemble Dal Niente

    Balter / Saunier

    ℗ 2016 New Amsterdam

    Released on: 2016-04-29

    Ensemble: Deerhoof
    Ensemble: Ensemble Dal Niente
    Composer: Marcos Balter

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  • Meltdown Upshot: No. 3, Ready

    3:20

    Provided to YouTube by NAXOS of America

    Meltdown Upshot: No. 3, Ready · Ensemble Dal Niente

    Balter / Saunier

    ℗ 2016 New Amsterdam

    Released on: 2016-04-29

    Ensemble: Deerhoof
    Ensemble: Ensemble Dal Niente
    Composer: Marcos Balter

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  • Marcos Balter--Hyperactive Unity

    9:58

    There is an arresting, high-voltage energy that often infuses presentations of Marcos Balter's music, and an obvious fascination on the part of the composer with exploring new sonic possibilities while keeping the human element—the living, breathing performer—center stage.

    Read the full story at:
    Interview and video presentation by Molly Sheridan

  • Marcos Balter- memória

    4:50

    Bryan Hayslett in performance on February 27, 2013, as part of the Concert Tour 2013 at The Hartt School in Hartford, CT

  • Meltdown Upshot: No. 5, Home

    3:52

    Provided to YouTube by NAXOS of America

    Meltdown Upshot: No. 5, Home · Ensemble Dal Niente

    Balter / Saunier

    ℗ 2016 New Amsterdam

    Released on: 2016-04-29

    Ensemble: Deerhoof
    Ensemble: Ensemble Dal Niente
    Composer: Marcos Balter

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  • Ligare

    6:31

    Provided to YouTube by NAXOS of America

    Ligare · International Contemporary Ensemble

    Æsopica: Music of Marcos Balter

    ℗ 2016 Tundra

    Released on: 2016-11-11

    Ensemble: International Contemporary Ensemble
    Composer: Marcos Balter

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  • Ignis Fatuus by Marcos Balter

    7:33

    Ignis Fatuus (2008) by Marcos Balter

    performed by Weston Gilbert, 5/31/18 at St. Barnabas Episcopal church

    audio by Shawn Milloway

  • Marcos Balter: Church Reverb

    1:15

    Marcos discusses his love of churches--especially their generous acoustics. Find out more at mtcstudio.org

  • Marcos Balter: Musical Identity

    1:13

    Marcos discusses the influences of culture, location, and identity on his work as a composer. Find out more at mtcstudio.org

  • Meltdown Upshot: No. 4, True/False

    1:51

    Provided to YouTube by NAXOS of America

    Meltdown Upshot: No. 4, True/False · Ensemble Dal Niente

    Balter / Saunier

    ℗ 2016 New Amsterdam

    Released on: 2016-04-29

    Ensemble: Deerhoof
    Ensemble: Ensemble Dal Niente
    Composer: Marcos Balter

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  • Meltdown Upshot: No. 2, Parallel Spaces

    2:34

    Provided to YouTube by NAXOS of America

    Meltdown Upshot: No. 2, Parallel Spaces · Ensemble Dal Niente

    Balter / Saunier

    ℗ 2016 New Amsterdam

    Released on: 2016-04-29

    Ensemble: Deerhoof
    Ensemble: Ensemble Dal Niente
    Composer: Marcos Balter

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  • Listen More

    8:29

    Listen More (2019)

    Eight professional composers/musicians and six blind/visually impaired people discuss whether their sense of hearing is different than the general public and how they experience life through sound.

    To go to the audio only version, go here:


    Many thanks to the participants:
    Marcos Balter, Lori Castner, Mike Castner, Geoffrey Deibel, Jason Eckardt, Dave Gordon, Jennie Gottschalk, Johanna Krins, Céline Papion, Robert Phillips, Paul Ponchillia, Jesse Roneau, Esther Saladin, Thad Zaremba

    Sound sources:
    Wind Walk Travel Videos, “Walking tour of Times Square in Midtown Manhattan, New York City Travel Guide 4K”

    wniebelski, “in the Metro ambience”


    iam angie, “END OF THE WORLD AND MY VIEWS”

    soundslikewillem, “german coffee shop atmosphere”

    Gorecki, “Kleines Requiem für eine Polka” Schönberg Ensemble, Reinbert de Leeuw, Philips 1995

    ASMR Bino, “ASMR Binaural Snow Walking in the Woods”

    LG, “Air duct 06.wav”


    Inspector J, “Ambience, Sea Side Waves, Close, A.wav”

    LT Sound Effects, “Walking on Beach Sound Effect”

    Year 501 – Noam Chomsky, “Funny moments with Noam Chomsky”

    Peter Burton, “Squeaky Squeaky Sand, Jervis Bay Australia”

    Vlatko Blazek, “Knuckles or bones cracking”

    Kaelin Munkelwitz, “WHY YOUR DOG DOESN’T COME WHEN CALLED”

    Michael-DB, “Jackhammer”


    Distorted Room, “Coughing Woman Sound - Woman Cough Sound Effect”


    Audio Productions, “Dentist Drill Sounds SOUND EFFECT”


    zackcool12345, “The Worst Infomerical Acting Ever”


    6polnic, “hamp rope creaks”


    Lang Elliott, “wood thrush”


    justkiddink, “seagulls… waves.”


    Soundholder, “excavator MF 860 exterior engine driving on grass and pushing ground distant stereo ORTF 8040”


    Straget, “Big waves hit land”


    daveincamas, “Thunderstorm July 19, 2012”


    Inspector J, “Stream, Water, C”


    yasuain, “The sound of wind whispering through the trees”


    hoerspielgerrit, “Kinderspielen”


    Distorted Room, “Collar bell sound effect”

  • Codex Seraphinianus: III. Bipeds

    1:00

    Provided to YouTube by NAXOS of America

    Codex Seraphinianus: III. Bipeds · International Contemporary Ensemble

    Æsopica: Music of Marcos Balter

    ℗ 2016 Tundra

    Released on: 2016-11-11

    Ensemble: International Contemporary Ensemble
    Composer: Marcos Balter

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Sumner Truax performs Wicker Park by Marcos Balter

    9:36

    Sumner Truax performs Marcos Balter's Wicker Park for solo soprano saxophone

    Recorded September 17, 2016 in the Lawrence Memorial Chapel

  • Meltdown Upshot: No. 7, Rapture

    4:26

    Provided to YouTube by NAXOS of America

    Meltdown Upshot: No. 7, Rapture · Ensemble Dal Niente

    Balter / Saunier

    ℗ 2016 New Amsterdam

    Released on: 2016-04-29

    Ensemble: Deerhoof
    Ensemble: Ensemble Dal Niente
    Composer: Marcos Balter

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  • à vis

    8:02

    Midwest premiere of Marcos Balter's à vis as performed by Anaphora at their 2nd annual SOUNDS OF CHICAGO at The Green Mill on Sunday, November 25, 2012.

  • Marcos Balter: Composing Aesopica

    7:49

    Marcos went back to the original Greek to reinterpret Aesop's Fables for his new work, Aesopica. He created the work for his friends and close collaborators, the International Contemporary Ensemble, which premiered the work on April the Three City Dash Festival, and premiered in April 2011. Find out more at mtcstudio.org

  • Marcos Balter: Strohbass

    6:15

    Marcos Balter: Strohbass (2011)
    Elise Roy, bass flute
    Noa Even, baritone saxophone
    Recorded at Constellation, Chicago, IL - April 13, 2014

    New Music from Bowling Green
    for more information visit

  • Ensemble Offspring: Marcos Balter - Strohbass

    8:02

    Composed by Marcos Balter.

    Performed by Ensemble Offspring + Hatched Academy 2017 at the Red Rattler Theatre, 27 Sep 2017, for Hatched Academy 2017:


    Performers:
    Lamina Nightingale (Bass Flute)
    Luke Carbon (Baritone Saxophone).

    Hatched Academy 2017 is supported by the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts advisory body, and the NSW Government through Create NSW, APRA AMCOS, RODE, and the Red Rattler Theatre.

  • Marcos Balter: Creative Origins

    2:19

    Marcos tells us about his creative origins. Find out more at mtcstudio.org

  • Marcos Balter - Ignis fatuus

    7:03

    II Bienal Música Hoje
    ensemble cross.art
    Saeko Takayama - Violin





    ensemble cross.art
    Programa: Mello, Balter, Dottori, Nascimento, Crowl, Nassif e Riederer
    Data: 21 de Agosto, 2013
    Local: Capela Santa Maria, Curitiba/Paraná - Brasil

  • Pois que nada que dure, ou que durando

    4:53

    Provided to YouTube by NAXOS of America

    Pois que nada que dure, ou que durando · Ensemble Dal Niente

    Balter / Saunier

    ℗ 2016 New Amsterdam

    Released on: 2016-04-29

    Ensemble: Ensemble Dal Niente
    Composer: Marcos Balter

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Marcos Balter: Musical Sensibilities

    1:39

    Marcos discusses his approach to writing not only for instruments but also the performers of those instruments. Find out more at mtcstudio.org

  • Marcos Balter - Strohbass

    7:12

    Shanna Gutiérrez, bass flute
    Ryan Muncy, baritone saxophone
    Recorded live at Nichols Hall (Evanston, IL) - June 13, 2011.

  • Marcos Balter - Frisson

    9:14

    Eric Lamb, flute
    Chicago Composers Orchestra
    Matthew Kasper, conductor

  • ICE flute duo Wired at Southern Theater

    2:33

    Flutists Eric Lamb and Claire Chase of Wired perform the world premiere of Marcos Balter's Edgewater at Southern Theater in Minneapolis, MN.

  • Allison Balcetis plays Wicker Park by Marcos Balter

    8:51

    Allison Balcetis performing Wicker Park by Marcos Balter at Convocation Hall, University of Alberta

  • Ojai Music Festival 2017: Density 2036, Friday

    55:30

    Friday, June 9, 2017: 1:00pm-2:00pm
    Libbey Bowl

    Density 2036

    EDGARD VARÉSE: Density 21.5
    Claire Chase, flute

    SUZANNE FARRIN: The Stimulus of Loss
    for glissando headjoint and recorded ondes martenot
    Claire Chase, flute

    TYSHAWN SOREY: Bertha's Lair
    Claire Chase, contrabass flute | Tyshawn Sorey, drums

    VIJAY IYER: Flute Goals (Five Empty Chambers) for tape
    Claire Chase, improvised flute

    PAUCHI SASAKI: Gama XV
    Claire Chase, bass flute/vocals/speaker dress | Pauchi Sasaki, violin/electronics/vocals/speaker dress

    MARCOS BALTER: Pan (excerpt)
    Claire Chase, flute | International Contemporary Ensemble (ICE)
    ***
    Program Notes:

    Claire Chase:

    Tyshawn Sorey:

    International Contemporary Ensemble (ICE):

    Ojai Music Festival:

  • Marcos Balter on Dreamcatcher

    3:14

    Dreamcatcher by Marcos Balter reflects on the horrors of the family separation crisis.

    Listen to Dreamcatcher by Marcos Balter here:

    Download the audio track to support children at the border:


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    Composed by Marcos Balter


    Performed and Commissioned by Lior Willinger


    Video and Audio by Four/Ten Media


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    ABOUT THE PIECE

    Dreamcatcher (2018)

    Thousands of children were separated from their families due to the Trump administration’s “zero-tolerance policy.” Adults attempting to cross the border into the US were placed under custody and criminally prosecuted regardless of whether they were seeking asylum. This heartless policy resulted in children being taken away and put in detention facilities. The battle for humane treatment of immigrants continues.

    Thousands of migrant families are still detained. Children remain separated from their families. Recently, tear gas was fired upon Central American asylum-seekers at the border. The termination of temporary protected status for 406,000 immigrants from Haiti, El Salvador, and Honduras looms. The protections of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, which prevents deportation for about 800,000 undocumented immigrants who arrived as minors (known as Dreamers) and offers access to work permits and education, are set to expire. A new proposal to replace the Flores settlement would allow migrant families to be detained indefinitely while their immigration case is pending.

    So what can we do?
    1. Check out 5calls.org. Stay up-to-date with the immigration issues and push your officials to act.
    2. Donate to groups doing good work on behalf of immigrant children. Here’s a portal to help over a dozen organizations: The recording of Dreamcatcher is available for download at All proceeds from the sale of this track will go to support these organizations.
    3. Lastly, keep caring about important issues even if they fall out of the news cycle. Continue to push for justice if there is work to be done.

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    ABOUT THE ACTIVE LISTENING SERIES

    Active Listening is the series that unites composers with audiences who care about social justice. Each composer has chosen to address a social justice issue they feel passionate about. With each installment, actions which listeners can take are provided. The goal of this series is to inspire empathy, educate listeners, and offer steps to actively support each cause. A 10-part series, I CARE IF YOU LISTEN will release videos on the first Wednesday of each month through September 2019, featuring new works commissioned and performed by pianist Lior Willinger. This project has been funded by an award from the Presser Foundation.

  • Marcos Balter: Orchestra Underground

    2:44

    ACO shifts its focus to Latin and jazz-influences in this April Orchestra Underground concert featuring the world premiere of Marcos Balter's new ACO-commissioned piece Favela, inspired by life in his native Brazil, completes the concert. Also on the concert are Gunther Schuller, Silvestre Revueltas, Gabriela Lena Frank and Derek Bermel with Brazilian singer Luciana Souza.

  • Marcos Balter: Teaching Music

    59

    Marcos talks about how his teaching relates to his own composition, and how much he learns from his students. Learn more at mtcstudio.org

  • yMusic - Bladed Stance

    5:46

    Official video for yMusic's Bladed Stance - composed by Marcos Balter.

    Get the album here:

    Directed and shot by: Dan Huiting
    Edited by: Kevin Russell
    Additional footage by: Patrick Pierson

  • Wicker Park

    10:26

    Provided to YouTube by NAXOS of America

    Wicker Park · Ryan Muncy

    Æsopica: Music of Marcos Balter

    ℗ 2016 Tundra

    Released on: 2016-11-11

    Artist: Ryan Muncy
    Composer: Marcos Balter

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Codex Seraphinianus - Marcos Balter

    8:39

    Justin Massey, soprano saxophone
    Eftihia Arkoudis, flute
    Ignacio Cuello, viola
    Andre Januario, bassoon

  • Marcos Balter: Crazy City - Refuge

    58

    Marcos show us his urban refuge and discusses the need for balance and restoration. Find out more at mtcstudio.org

  • Strohbass

    6:48

    Provided to YouTube by NAXOS of America

    Strohbass · Claire Chase

    R. Muncy: Hot

    ℗ 2013 New Focus Recordings

    Released on: 2013-10-01

    Artist: Claire Chase
    Artist: Ryan Muncy
    Composer: Marcos Balter

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Codex Seraphinianus: X. Games

    3:27

    Provided to YouTube by NAXOS of America

    Codex Seraphinianus: X. Games · International Contemporary Ensemble

    Æsopica: Music of Marcos Balter

    ℗ 2016 Tundra

    Released on: 2016-11-11

    Ensemble: International Contemporary Ensemble
    Composer: Marcos Balter

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • yMusic - ...which enables us to fly Full Documentary

    30:39

    ...which enables us to fly is a two track digital release from yMusic consisting of a 20-minute work by Marcos Balter and a 30-minute long film about the creation of the work.

    In 2015, the chamber ensemble yMusic conceived of a collaborative dance project with New York Live Arts, choreographer Bill T. Jones' internationally recognized destination for innovative movement-based artistry.” For this project, and in response to a prompt by Jones himself, composer Marcos Balter penned a sonic exploration of the concept of ‘home’ which was choreographed by two different artists, the august Bill T Jones and the ebullient Dianne McIntyre, both living legends.

    The first track of this release is an audio recording of Marcos Balter's complete score. The second track contains the film, which details the creation and performance of the piece, including Bill T. Jones coming out of retirement to dance for the first time in public in 9 years.

    --

    Track 1: We Carry Our Homes Within Us
    Composed by Marcos Balter
    Performed by yMusic

    Track 2: Which Enables Us To Fly (documentary)
    Directed by Meade Bernard
    Produced by Nadia Sirota and yMusic

    yMusic is:
    Rob Moose, violin, voice
    Nadia Sirota, viola, voice
    Gabriel Cabezas, cello, voice
    Hideaki Aomori, clarinet
    Alex Sopp, flute, voice
    CJ Camerieri, trumpet, voice

    Artwork by Alex Sopp

    Out April 26 2019 on New Amsterdam Records' Windmill Series.

  • Delphinou damour

    8:15

    Dedicated to mi Wife Delphine Andrey

    Delphinou d'amour-- 2009 Piece for Saxophone Soprano, electronic sounds and real-time processing with Max Msp.

    2013 agust -- -- Premiere in Rio de Janeiro by saxophonist Pedro Bittencourt. Sala da Congregação - Escola de Música da UFRJ:

    Delphinou d'amour--Pieza para saxofón soprano, sonidos electrónicos y transformación en tiempo real. Con Max msp. Estrenada en Rio de janeiro por el saxofonista Pedro Bittencourt. Sala da Congregação - Escola de Música da UFRJ

    Delphinou d'amour--Pièce pour saxophone soprano, sons électroniques et le traitement en temps réel. Avec Max msp. Sortie à Rio de Janeiro par le saxophoniste Pedro Bittencourt. Sala da Congregação - Escola de Música da UFRJ


    ABSTRAI no Projeto Compositores - sexta 30/08 às 18h30

    __________________________

    Obras de Horacio Vaggione, Marcos Balter, Pedro Castillo Lara e Mauricio Meza ( Blaster Kassandra )

    PROGRAMA

    Thema (1985) - Horacio Vaggione
    sax baixo amplificado e sons pré-gravados

    Strohbass (2011) - Marcos Balter -- estreia brasileira
    flauta baixo e sax barítono

    Delphinou d'Amour (2012) -- Pedro Castillo Lara -- estreia mundial
    sax soprano e eletrônica

    Leap[...]Immanent[...]Body : Lento-crepito-creciente (2013) - Mauricio Meza - estreia mundial
    sax baixo, guitarra preparada, percussão, eletrônica e video

    Leap[...]Immanent[...]Body : Re-mix (2013)
    Improvisação com eletrônica -- Mauricio Meza

    ABSTRAI ensemble
    Flauta -- Pauxy Gentil-Nunes
    Sax -- Pedro Bittencourt
    Guitarra -- Fabio Adour
    Percussão -- Tiago Calderano
    Eletrônica -- Paulo Dantas e Mauricio Meza
    Video -- Mauricio Meza

    Direção artística - Pedro Bittencourt

  • Bladed Stance

    5:48

    Provided to YouTube by Ingrooves

    Bladed Stance · yMusic

    Balance Problems

    ℗ ℗ 2014 Contemporary Classical

    Released on: 2014-01-01

    Composer, Writer: Marcos Balter

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Æsopica Suite: IX. Epilogue

    1:33

    Provided to YouTube by NAXOS of America

    Æsopica Suite: IX. Epilogue · Peter Tantsits

    Æsopica: Music of Marcos Balter

    ℗ 2016 Tundra

    Released on: 2016-11-11

    Artist: Peter Tantsits
    Conductor: Ross Karre
    Ensemble: International Contemporary Ensemble
    Composer: Marcos Balter

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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