Outernational Ensemble conducted by Iancu Dumitrescu


November 14, 2018

This is a special project commissioned for the third edition of Outernational Days festival: Outernational Ensemble conducted by Romanian composer, conductor and musicologist Iancu Dumitrescu, with Bogdana Dima (RO), Derya Yildirim (TR/DE), Diana Miron (RO), Hans Koch (CH), Katharina Ernst (AU), Laurentiu Cotac (RO), Vlad Alexe (RO); Cote (RO) - Visual.

Iancu Dumitrescu has long been a leading personality in contemporary and experimental music. His work is based on the experience of sound as enigmatic, amorphous, and massive. He studied phenomenology and conducted along Sergiu Celibidache, at the Trier University, Germany, in 1978. Director, founder and conductor of the Hyperion Ensemble and, more recently, of the HYPERION INTERNATIONAL, along with which he has toured France (Radio France), UK (Royal Festival Hall, LSO St Luke's, Conway Hall), the Netherlands, Austria (Wien Modern, Musikvereign), Germany (Berlin), Portugal (Gulbenkian Foundation), Italy, USA (“Spark Festival” 2008, Minneapolis), Tel Aviv (Hateiva Seder Series), Greece (Onassis Foundation, Athens).

Iancu Dumitrescu is one of the most prominent representatives of the spectral music current, worldwide. He is also reckoned as the most world renowned representative of the hyper-spectralism current, as well as of computer assisted music.

The concert took place in a spiritual/yoga center in Bucharest, called Hermitage Urban Spiritual Hub.

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