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“Two Days and Two Nights of New Music”

The 19h International Festival of Modern Art

20-22April 2013, Odessa, Ukraine

            The annual International Festival of Modern Art “Two Days and Two Nights of New Music” in Odessa now is one if the most large and informative festivals for new music and performing art in Ukraine. A specific feature of the Festival is 48 hours non-stop action (more exactly two 12 hours sessions) on the 3rd weekend of April from 20 to 22 April (this event). Music performances are theatralised and combined with visual arts actions, sound, video, cinema and multimedia installations. Unconventional modes of action rely on unconventional situation for the public. The Festival promotes all trends of avant-guarde, modern and post-modern music, including live-electronics, taped and/or computer music.

The festival’s action is unique because it was designed, according to the logic of its composer-founder’s conception, as a grandiose 48-hour event, where various kinds of art are organically combined into a non-stop music spectacle, a large-scale composition-performance with a distinctive atmosphere shared by performers and audience alike.

            The conception of the festival remains the same: a large international event for new music with participation of nearly 200 musicians, composers, musicologists, and managers from all over the world and the same quantity from Ukraine. The focus of the festival – choral, and chamber music. The aim is to unite new music with new festival form, to demonstrate the new trends of new music to the Ukrainian auditory (nearly 2000-3000 spectators), to promote the integration of Ukrainian music to the worldwide music culture. The particularity of the 19th festival is the wide use of theatrical forms and genres. The 19th International Festival of Modern Art Two Days and Two Nights of New Music” includes works by: Gabrielle Brunner (CH), Asmati Chibalashvili (GE/UA), Natalia Cherniy (UA), Bohdana Frolyak (UA), Hanna Havrulets(UA),Vytautas Germanavičius (LT), Julia Gomelskaya (UA), Armen Gushchyan (AR/RU), Christian Henking (CH), Yuriy Gontsov (RU), N.A. Huber (CH), Faradzh Karaev (AZ),Oleksandr Kosarenko (UA), Dražan Kosorić (BA), Bohdan Kryvopust (UA), Kira Maidenberg(UA), Arvydas Malcys (LT), Vitaly Manyk (UA), Arne Mellnas (SE), Elmir Mirsoev (AZ), Ivan Pakhota (UA), Denis Prisyazhniuk (RU), Matthias Pintscher (DE), Wladimir Rosinskij (RU/AU/ES), Volodymyr Runchak (UA), Aleksandr Ryndin (RU), Anastasia Sadomski (IL), Oleksiy Shmurak (UA),  Valentyn Silvestrov (UA), Manfred Stahnke(DE), Aliona Tomlionova (UA), Anna Tichoplav (UA), Karmella Tsepkolenko (UA), Julia Wolfe (US), Ludmila Yurina (UA), Alla Zagaykevych (UA) and others.



Matthias Arter (CH) oboe, Robert Aitken (AR) flute, Oleksandr Dragan(UA) conductor, Gabrielle Brunner(CH) violin, Susanne Huber(CH) piano,Martien Groeneveld (NL) performer Roy Groeneveld (NL) performer, Jennifer Humer(DE)piano, toy piano + electronic, Jorge Montes Martinez(ES), Badamchorol Samdandamba (MN) voice, Galyna Shpak (UA) choir conductor, Valentynа Solonenchuk (UA) accordion, Bernhard Wulff (DE) conductorand others.



CHAMBER ORCHESTRA OF KHMELNYTSKYI PHILHARMONIC UKRAINE, director and conductor A. Dragan; ORIANA YOUTH FEMALE CHOIR OF ODESSA REGION UKRAINE CULTURE CENTRE (UA), conductor Olha Shpak (UA); AVE MUSICA STUDENT CHOIR (UA), Artistic director and conductorSerhiy Savenko(UA); SOLO MUSICA Children's Choir of School Teaching Practice Odessa National Music Academy of A.V. Nezhdanova (UA), artistic director and conductorYevhenia Bondar (UA); ENSAMBLE CONTEMPORÁNEO ANDINO:Carlos Javier Escobar (AR) oboe, english horn, bandoneon, Norma Salas (AR)clarinet, José Manuel Vilanueva(AR)tuba, Sebastián Calderón(AR)bandoneón, Roberto Oliva (AR) piano, André Espíndola(AR)guitar, Monica Skowron(AR)mezzo-soprano, Carlos Beresi(AR)percussion, Norma Fiumecaldo(AR)violin, Veselín Yanakiev(AR) cello, Laura Vicentela(AR)double-bass, Daniel Escalante (AR) audio-visual means, Conductor Miguel Ángel SUGO(AR); CONVERGENCE NEW MUSIC ENSEMBLE (CH/AM/GE):Dimitry Stavrianidi (GE)flute, Ana Lomsaridze Arter (CH/GE )oboe, cor anglais, David Gyulamiryan (AM)clarinet, Shmavanon Grigoryan (CH/AM/GE)bassoon, Armen Mailyan (AM)trumpet, Giorgi Beruashvili (GE)french horn, Karapet Harutyunyan (AM) trombone, Artur Avanesov (AM)piano, Natia Mdinaradze (GE)violin, Nino Shamugia (GE) violin, Lilit Mkhitaryan (AM) viola, Levon Arakelyan (AM)cello, Giorgi Kvlividze (GE) double bass, Soloist Matthias Arter (CH), Conductor Andreas Brenner (CH);PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE OF ODESSA STATE MUSIC ACADEMY (UA):Paul Herrera(EC) percussion, Teng Chong(CN)percussion, Anna Ralo(UA) percussion; ENSEMBLESENZASFORZANDO(UA): Volodymyr Gitin(UA) bass-clarinet, Yana Varlamova(UA) soprano, Teng Chong(CN) percussion, Yevhen Piguljak(UA) violin, Yevhen Dovbysh (UA) cello, Oleksandr Perepelytsia junior (UA) piano, conductor, artistic director; PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE OF FREIBURG MUSIC UNIVERSITY(DE):artistic director and conductor Bernhard Wulff (DE), LUGANO PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE Switzerland,DUO ACCOPIANO (UA):Tetyana Khrikadze(UA) button accordion & Olena Pavlova(UA)piano,  Duo Martien Groeneveld & Roy Groeneveld Giant XylophoneNitherland, DUO JULIAN BELLI percussion & JENS BRACHER trompete Germany, DUOGABRIELLE BRUNNERviolin & SUSANNE HUBER piano Switzerland, DUO ANA LOMSARIDZE ARTER Georgia/Switzerland & MATTHIAS ARTER oboes Switzerland and others.



Artistic Director: Prof. Karmella Tsepkolenko

President: Prof. Bernhard Wulff,

Managing Director: Oleksandr Perepelytsia


Association New Music (Ukrainian section of the ISCM)

48, Bazarna str.,apt.1, 65125 Odessa, Ukraine

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