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Annual Report

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    Gaudeamus Muziekweek acts as the Netherlands ISCM Section. Many international activities have taken place in 2015, such as the annual festival Gaudeamus Muziekweek in September, to which since 2014 an Academy is linked: young composers are invited to work with ensembles-in-residence to create new works, attend workshops, lectures and private lessons, and rehearse compositions which will be performed during the festival. Alexander Khubeev (Russia), Jason Thorpe Buchanan (USA), Stylianos Dimou (Greece), Matyas Wettl (Hungary) and Utku Asuroglu (Turkey) were featured composers and candidates for the Gaudeamus Award; they worked with Percussion Group The Hague, Asko|Schönberg, Silbersee, Nadar Ensemble, Modelo62. In the framework of 20-years cultural rrelations with Flanders the Nadar Ensemble performed "Generation Kill" by Stefan Prins (jury member for the Gaudeamus Award and ISCM Young Composer Award winner 2014) and repeated their concert in Leuven, Belgium at the Transit Festival. Many other international coproductions took place, such as a concert by double bass player Dario Calderone with new commissioned works by Gagi Petrovic, Peter Fahey (U.K.), Oliver Thurley (U.K.) and Tomoya Yokokawa (Japan), also performed in Graz, Austria. And the International Ensemble Modern Academy performed new works by o.a. Christiaan Richter (Netherlands), Frantisek Chaloupka (Czechia) and Sergej Maingardt (Germany). These concerts are also part of activities in the Ulysses Network, a European network of new music organisations which co-commission, exchange and coproduce works by young talents, supported by the European Commission.



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