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C0 note (16,35 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

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C0 note (16,35 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

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Štochl, Ondřej - M - Czech Republic 

 
 

 

Biography

Composer, violist and teacher Ondřej Štochl (*1975), graduate of the Prague Academy of Performing Arts, is the author of more than 40 varied compositions (ranging from solo to orchestral pieces) and a respected figure on the Czech contemporary music scene with international renin. As a representative of the younger middle generation, he is mainly influenced by the lyrical and spiritual currents of the Czech tradition (his teacher Marek Kopelent and others) and inspired by material coming from outside music.
His compositions are thematic in two basic lines. The first one are the space – compositions based on spiritual theme (mainly inspired by philosophical Taoism), the second one are based on the psycho-social theme from the life of the people with autistic-handicap. His aesthetic is based on the balancing of contrasts in the harmony, timbres or space concept elements – it is distinct mainly in the compositions with spiritual theme. Štochl´s work is characterised by an original world of sound supported by an educated theoretical insight, a search for purity of expression and an individuality which sees all sources of inspiration in a free reflection that is largely conceptual in nature. In term sof purity of koncept, Štochl is one of the tireless defenders of strict authorial self-reflection and honesty.
Nowadays, except for composing his pieces, he is a teacher in the Conservatory of Jan Deyl in Prague, which is attended by blind students.

 

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