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On 4 September 2016 from 11:00-17:15, as part of the Gaudeamus Muziekweek Academy, Rozalie Hirs teaches a one day workshop on OpenMusic (IRCAM). This is a workshop for composers who would like to get acquainted with OpenMusic and explore its possibilities towards the compositional process. Together we install the software […]
article 8 [infinity] (2014) by Rozalie Hirs is a microtonal composition for flute and electronic sounds. Its highly lyrical melodies are enveloped by electronic glissandi that move along in several large waves. article 8 [infinity] (2014) investigates the overtone realms of the solo works article 7 [ways to climb a mountain] (2012) and article 6 [waves] (2013) for bass clarinet and electric guitar respectively. The three pieces can be played either separately as solo works, or in conjunction, i.e. simultaneously, as the trio infinity stairs (2014).
On February 28, 2013, at 19:30, Rozalie Hirs gives a talk at the Walter Maas Huis (formerly Huize Gaudeamus) in Bilthoven, discussing her poetry and her music, followed by a reception. She talks about the creative process, focusing on the compositions Roseherte (2008), Zenit (2010) and Arbre généalogique (2011). Additionally, […]
On 8 September 2011 Slagwerk Den Haag performs the music composition Venus [morning star] [invisible] [evening star] (2010) by Rozalie Hirs. The concert is taking place during the Night of the Unexpected as part of the Gaudeamus Muziekweek. The location is at Tivoli, Utrecht, The Netherlands. This year Rozalie Hirs […]
The International Gaudeamus Music Week 2011 is being held from September 4 through 11. The year the jury of the Gaudeamus Music Week and Gaudeamus Prize consists of Tadeusz Wielecki (Poland), Miguel Azguime (Portugal), and Rozalie Hirs (The Netherlands). Rozalie Hirs is also acting as chairman of the jury. During […]