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

D0 note (18.35 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

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

F0 note (21.83 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

G0 note (24.50 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

A0 note (27.50 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

Gorlinsky, Voloko 




Vladimir Gorlinsky was born in Moscow in 1984. He graduated from Moscow Conservatory (composition under the supervision of Vladimir Tarnopolski). He also had excellent opportunities to attend master-classes with Martijn Padding, Richard Ayres, Brice Pauset, Beat Furrer, Brian Ferneyhough and Philippe Leroux. Vladimir spent a lot of time experimenting with traditional, ethnic and instruments invented by his own imagination.
His works have been broadcasted and performed in Europe, Asia and Australia by ensembles and soloists such as trumpeter Marko Blaauw, countertenor Javier Hagen, conductor Enno Poppe, Teodor Currentzis, ensemble Klangforum Wien (Austria), Nikel (Israel), Nadar (Belgium), Insomnio, Ereprijs (The Netherlands), Kontra-Trio (Switzerland), Seyanapёsahl (Finland), eNsemble, MCME, Studio for New Music and also by Russian National Orchestra (Russia).
His music is heard at Darmstadt summer courses for new music, Acht brücken, Kasseler musiktage, SWR and WDR concerts (Germany), Venice biennale (Italy), d’Avignion (France), Gaudeamus muziekweek (The Netherlands), Wien modern, Impuls (Austria), Transit, Fortissimo (Belgium), Rostrum (Ireland), ISCM, 2D2N, Gogol fest (Ukraine), Moscow autumn, Moscow forum, Pithian games, Other space, Sound trajectory (Russia).
Collective opera ‘Boxing Pushkin’ with music of Vladimir Gorlinsky had its premiere in 5 cities in the Netherlands. Open-air composition ‘Paramusic #2’ was performed in specially prepared island space of the Fort Liefkenshoek in Belgium by orchestra of amateur musicians.

Prizes and awards

• International Impuls composition award (Graz, 2009)
• Recommendations in two categories by jury of International Rostrum of Composers (Dublin, 2008)
• Grand prize at the Pythian games (St. Petersburg, 2008)
• 2nd prize prize at the IV Jurgenson International Young Composers Competition (Moscow, 2007)
• 1st prize at the Schnittke International Competition for Young Composers (Moscow, 2002)




Works in ISCM catalogue



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