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

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Oesterle, Michael - M - Canada 

 
 

 

Biography

Composer Michael Oesterle was born in Germany in 1968. At age 14 he immigrated to Canada where he studied music at the University of British Columbia. He continued his studies at Princeton University (US) until 1996 and then moved to Montreal, where he founded and co-directed Ensemble Kore, producing concerts of music by Canadian and European composers for 12 years. He has been awarded numerous prizes for his music, including the Canada Council’s Jules Léger, Victor Martyn Lynch-Staunton, Robert Fleming and Joseph S. Stauffer awards, and the 12th CBC Radio National Competition for Young Composers’ Grand Prize. In 1995 he was awarded the Gaudeamus Prize in Amsterdam. His music has been commissioned and performed by Canadian and European orchestras, ensembles, singers and soloist. His music is frequently used by choreographers and visual artists. He has worked on projects for film and television including several animation projects with The National Film Board of Canada.

 

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  • Gender: 
    M
  • Citizenship: 
    Canada
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