In addition to his own autonomous works, he has contributed to music theatre projects by Dick Raaijmakers (Die glückliche Hand geöffnet, Scheuer im Haag) and Theatergroep Hollandia (Perzen, Varkensstal).
In recent years he has also been occupied intensively in the restoration and reconstruction of major electronic works from the past. In his specially equipped studio new versions have been made of compositions by Gottfried Michael Koenig (Klangfiguren II, Essay, Terminus), Jan Boerman (Kompositie 1972, Ruïne), Edgard Varèse (Poème Électronique), Iannis Xenakis (Concret P-H), György Ligeti (Pièce Électronique no.3, Artikulation), Luctor Ponse (Concerto voor Piano en Band).
Since June 2005, Tazelaar is a visiting research fellow of the University of Bath, UK, and as such a participant in the VEP (Virtual Electronic Poem) project.
During the winter semester of 2005-2006, Kees Tazelaar filled the Edgard Varèse guest professorship at the Technical University of Berlin.
Edited by DerHeinrich on 11 May 2007, 11:11
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