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Gjertsen, Ruben Sverre 

Ruben Gjertsen
 
 

 

Biography

Ruben Sverre Gjertsen (Norway 1977) studied composition at the Grieg Academy in Bergen with Morten Eide Pedersen and James Clapperton.
In the season 2002-2003, Ensemble Intercontemporain performed the pieces Contradiction and Miniatures II. Rituals II was selected for ISCM 2004 in Switzerland. Pierre Boulez and Lucerne Festival Academy commissioned the new piece Circles, which was premiered during the Lucerne Festival 2006. The release Grains at +3dB records received the norwegian grammy Spellemannsprisen for 2009 in the category contemporary composer. He received the Arne Nordheim Prize in 2010.

He completed the artistic research project Between instrument and everyday sound 2014. Song Circus, Oslo Sinfonietta and Notam performed the final project, with a spatial setup surrounding the audience. A version for singers and electronics was recorded by 2L under the title Anatomy of Sound and was nominated for Spellemannsprisen 2015.

 

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