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

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Dülger, Onur 

 
 

 

Biography

Born in 1980, Istanbul, Dülger got two BAs in composition from Istanbul University and University of Music Vienna and 2 M.A.s from instrumental composition and electroacoustic composition at University of Music Vienna. His teachers were Mete Sakpınar, Wolfgang Suppan, Wolfgang Musil, Michael Obst, Karlheinz Essl, Chaya Czernowin and DMA at Boston University in the class of Joshua Fineberg.

His pieces which can be seen in three different periods. The last period focuses on sound as a developing object which can be described as post-musique concrète instrumentale or new music v.2.0. His music is performed in Turkey, Italy, Austria, Germany, Taiwan, USA, Mexico, Italy since 2001.

He is financially supported by, Fulbright, Viktor Bunzl, CYDD, Boston University, University of Music Vienna. He received prizes from the Cepromusic, Auftakt, Sound Icon, Francisco Escudero, Theodor Körner Prize. He is an instructor in at Anadolu University and a member of ICC (Istanbul Composers Collective).

 

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