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  • Abel Paúl

    (2 listeners)

    music, week, prize, nominee

    Abel Paúl was born in Valladolid (Spain) in 1984. He studied composition in Amsterdam and Berlin. Although he loses interest very easily, he always ends by returning to the same musical issues: the creation of artificial spaces in which music unfolds and the role of 'seeing' or 'not seeing' music.

  • Andrew McIntosh

    (37 listeners)

    music, week, prize, nominee

    As a composer, McIntosh is interested in creating music that is vital and compelling while writing with a spirit of experimentalism. He finds that major influences on his creations come from literature, visual art, early music, physics, and the Nevada desert. He writes mostly music in just intonation but also, of course, sometimes writes other things which are not related to that at all.

  • Anna Korsun

    (7 listeners)

    contemporary classical, composer, ukrainian, female voices

    Born in Donetsk, Ukraine in 20. 03. 1986. Undertook her first musical training in Karabits music school in Dzerzhinsk.

  • Austin Peralta

    (13,725 listeners)

    jazz, piano, nu jazz, jazz pianist

    Austin Peralta was an American jazz pianist. He was born October 25th, 1990, in Santa Monica, California and died on November 21st 2012. His father is famous Z-Boy skater and documentary filmmaker Stacy Peralta.

  • Barbara Lüneburg

    (11 listeners)

    music, week, 2011, gammarec

    Barbara Lüneburg performing on the violin and the viola has made herself a name as both an interpreter of classical and contemporary music.

  • Benjamin Scheuer

    (29 listeners)

    utrecht, festival, music, 2012

    Benjamin Scheuer (*1987) is enrolled in soloist exam studies of composition at the HfM Karlsruhe with Wolfgang Rihm.

  • Brian Archinal

    (4 listeners)

  • Chad Langford

    (2 listeners)

  • Christiaan Richter

    (5 listeners)

    Christiaan Richter (Utrecht, 26 March 1990) is a Dutch composer and pianist. After having shown talent for music at a young age, Christiaan started to play the piano at the age of 7 and soon after that, he started to compose.

  • daniel schorno

    (38 listeners)

  • Diana Soh

    (5 listeners)

    music, week, prize, nominee

    Diana Soh (b. 1984) is a young Singaporean composer whose musical interest is currently directed at exploring performance interactivity. Her music tends to be characterized by interruptive oppositions between surface activities and passivity.

  • Dirk Luijmes

    (111 listeners)

    organ, lesser known yet streamable artists, lesser known yet streamable artists lt200, lesser known yet streamable artists lt30

    Dirk Luijmes studied organ, harpsichord and church music at the School of Arts in Arnhem with dr. Hans van Nieuwkoop, Bert Matter and Chris Farr. He also studied musicology at the University of Utrecht. In 1992 he was prize winner at the Dutch National Organ Improvisation Competition and a year later at the European Organ Improvisation Competition.

  • DoelenKwartet

    (17 listeners)

  • Edward Burtynsky

    (534 listeners)

  • Elisabeth Smalt

    (12 listeners)

  • Erik Bosgraaf

    (286 listeners)

  • Ezequiel Menalled

    (9 listeners)

    experimental, netherlands, music, argentina

    Born in Buenos Aires (Argentina) in 1980, Ezequiel Menalled started at the age of 9 learning to play the guitar under the guidance of professor Pablo Green in several music styles. In 1995 Ezequiel started the Tango group "Nuevo Siglo", specialized in the music of Astor Piazzolla and performing on the most important tango stages of Buenos Aires (e.g. Cafe Tortoni, Palais de Glace)

  • Gert-Jan Prins

    (931 listeners)

    noise, improvisation, electronic, free improvisation

    Gert-Jan Prins (born 1961) is a Dutch musician active in free improvisation, power electronics, noise.

  • Giuliano Bracci

    (8 listeners)

  • Henry Vega

    (58 listeners)

    electronic, composer, contemporary, futurist

    Henry Vega, born in New York City (1973), is an active composer and performer of new music whose works appear in productions of theatre, dance and concert music that focus solely on modern artistic trends. His music ranges from virtuosic instrumental writings to subtle colourful compositions orchestrating traditional instrumentations with the world of electronic sound.

  • Het Orkest van de 21ste Eeuw

    (0 listeners)

  • Hexnut

    (146 listeners)

    zxzw 2007, under 2000 listeners, experimental, zxzw

    Hexnut is an ensemble of five soloists coming out of the Karnatic Lab, the Amsterdam modern music club responsible for many of the new developments in Amsterdam’s contemporary music circles of today. The blueprint for Hexnut was the work “Tools”, a high-energy, virtuosic set of nine pieces composed by Ned McGowan in 2003.

  • Hugo Morales

    (1 listener)

  • Jacob Adler

    (4 listeners)

  • Jorrit Tamminga

    (16 listeners)

  • Kaija Saariaho

    (20,629 listeners)

    contemporary classical, avant-garde, finnish, classical

    Kaija Saariaho (born October 14 1952 in Helsinki) is a Finnish composer. For 13 years Saariaho attended the Helsinki Rudolf Steiner School, a school with a strong arts and music curriculum, and studied violin and piano at the Sibelius Academy. She later studied composition in Freiburg (under Brian Ferneyhough and Klaus Huber) and at IRCAM in Paris, where she has lived since 1982.

  • Kate Moore

    (183 listeners)

    contemporary classical, composer, australia, australian

  • Kid Koala

    (314,044 listeners)

    turntablism, ninja tune, electronic, hip-hop

    Eric San is no ordinary DJ. While his peers dream of euphoric crowds and killer drops, Eric is thinking up characters, creating story-lines and building plots. “I try and make little stories. Whether it’s with a pencil or with bits of records, it’s really the same thing.”

  • Lean Left

    (474 listeners)

    free jazz, jazz, avant-garde jazz, avant-garde

    Lean Left is a free jazz band. Terrie Hessels and Andy Moor, guitars; Paal Nilssen-Love on drums, Ken Vandermark plays tenor sax and Bb clarinet

  • Lou Mallozzi

    (5 listeners)

    cave 12

  • Luciano Berio

    (46,557 listeners)

    contemporary classical, avant-garde, classical, italian

    Luciano Berio (October 24, 1925 – May 27, 2003) was an Italian composer. He is noted for his experimental work (in particular his 1968 composition Sinfonia for voices and orchestra) and also for his pioneering work in electronic music.

  • Maciej Straburzyński

    (2 listeners)

  • Marko Ciciliani

    (106 listeners)

    experimental, classical, avant-garde, musique concrete

    Marko Ciciliani received his musical training as a composerand electronic musician in New York, Hamburg and The Hague.

  • Mayke Nas

    (27 listeners)

    contemporary classical, dutch

  • Michael Smetanin

    (19 listeners)

    contemporary classical, australian

    Michael Smetanin (b. 1958, Sydney) is an Australian composer of mostly stage, orchestral and chamber works that have been performed across Australia, Europe and North America.

  • Michiel Mensingh

    (11 listeners)

  • Miriam Overlach

    (3 listeners)

  • Ned McGowa

    (0 listeners)

  • Noriko Koide

    (1 listener)

  • Orkest de Ereprijs

    (7 listeners)

  • Raffaele Grimaldi

    (2 listeners)

    music, week, prize, nominee

    He graduated in Piano with Carmen Romano and Composition with Lucia Ronchetti at the Conservatory of music “G.

  • Raphaël Cendo

    (42 listeners)

    french, contemporary classical, composer, hell

  • Reinier Van Houdt

    (57 listeners)

    piano, contemporary classical, dutch, classical

    Reinier van Houdt is a composer and pianist from Rotterdam, Netherlands, member of both the Ensemble MAE and the Ives Ensemble.

  • Roderik de Man

    (83 listeners)

    all, contemporary classical, dutch, composer

    Roderik de Man (Bandung/Indonesië 1941) studied percussion with Frans van der Kraan and Theory of Music at the Royal Coservatory in The Hague.

  • Rosa Ensemble

    (313 listeners)

    dutch, avant-garde, experimental, under 2000 listeners

    The Rosa Ensemble operates in between: in between composed and improvised, in between music and theatre, in between light and serious, in between acoustic and electronic, traditional and experimental, classical and popular.

  • Ryan Latimer

    (4 listeners)

  • Sarah Nicolls

    (40 listeners)

  • Sean Friar

    (68 listeners)

    contemporary classical, music, week, prize

    Born in Los Angeles in 1985, Sean Friar’s first musical love was rock and blues piano improvisation, and piano bad-boy Jerry Lee Lewis his first musical idol. While his focus later shifted toward classical composition, his music still maintains the raucous energy, accessibility and directness of those early musical influences, now along with a diverse and sophisticated classical sensibility.

  • Seattle Chambers Players

    (0 listeners)

  • Sergey Khismatov

    (32 listeners)

    contemporary classical, composer, russian, music

    Sergey Khismatov was born 21 February 1983 in St. Petersburg, Russia. He graduated from St. Petersburg Trade Union University in Sound Production in 2007, also he took post graduate education at European University in St. Petersburg, department of Art History 2010.