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

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Lazkano, Ramon 

Ramon Lazkano
 
 

 

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RAMON LAZKANO (Donostia-San Sebastián, 1968 - France/Spain) 

Ramon Lazkano studied in Donostia, Paris and Montreal. As resident composer, he worked with the Joven Orquesta Nacional de España, Ensemble 2e2m and the Strasbourg Musica Festival. He was in residence in Rome at the Royal Academy of Spain and the Academy of France Villa Medici. From 2001 to 2011, Lazkano worked on the Chalk Laboratory, a large collection of chamber music. The ensemble recherche, Ensemble 2e2m, Ars Musica Brussels and Los Angeles Monday Evening Concerts programmed anthologies of the Laboratory. Since then, his works have paid a new attention to architecture and duration as in Lurralde and Etze, written for Quatuor Diotima and as in his Jabès diptych Main Surplombe, premiered in Ars Musica Brussels and Ceux à Qui, premiered at the Stuttgart Éclat Festival. The Festival d'Automne à Paris offered in 2016 a portrait in several concerts, including the premiere of Ravel (Scènes).

 

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