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

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Vesik, Elis 

Elis Vesik
 
 

 

Biography

Member of the Estonian Composers’ Union since 2013
Elis Vesik started her composition studies in the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre in 2008 with Helena Tulve and obtained there Master’s degree in 2015 under the tutelage of Helena Tulve and Toivo Tulev. During 2012–2013 she improved her skills in National Conservatory of Lyon (Conservatoire National Supérieur Musique et Danse de Lyon) as a student of Michele Tadini, Robert Pascal and Luca Antignani. She has participated in several master classes with teachers like Luca Antignani, Fabio Cifariello Ciardi, Luca Francesconi, Michelangelo Lupone, Yann Robin, Bernhard Gander, Tapio Tuomela, Jean Geoffroy, Ferdinando Nazzaro, Andrea Di Paolo and Klaus Lang. Vesik also have a Bachelor degree in Estonian philology from Tallinn University, where her additional speciality was audiovisual composition.
Elis Vesik has written mainly chamber music for different instrumentations. Her works have been in the programmes of Estonian Music Days Festival, Autumn Festival of the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre and Estonian Composers’ Festival, as well as performed in various venues in Lyon. Her orchestral works have been performed by Tallinna Chamber Orchestra (conductor Atvars Lakstīgala), Symphony Orchestra of the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre (conductor Toomas Vavilov) and Estonian National Symphony Orchestra (conductor Baldur Brönnimann).
In 2013, Vesik was chosen composer for the KLK New Music Festival in Kiev, where her String Quartet was presented. In 2014, ​Impacts for cello and double bass achieved the first prize at the International Summer Academy (ISA) of the mdw (University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna) that brought along the new commission – ​To Become a Tree​, premiered in 2016 at ISA of the mdw in Arnold Schönberg Centre, Vienna. Elis Vesik was selected among ten composers whose new orchestral piece (​Fluchtpunkt​) was played by L'Orchestre philharmonique de Radio France under the baton of Pierre-André Valade at the IRCAM’s Manifeste Festival.

 
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