Oscar Strasnoy

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Oscar Strasnoy

Recent commissions include HISTOIRE, based on the text by Witold Gombrowicz, directed by Galin Stoev, a co-production between Academie Schloss Solitude,Stuttgart and Teatro Colon (Chamber Opera Hall) in Buenos Aires.
Author: Yasmeen AlAwadi

Bio

Born in 1970 in Buenos Aires, Argentina Oscar studied piano, conducting and composition at the Conservatorio di Buenos Aires, the Conservatoire de Paris and the Hochschule für Musik Frankfurt. He studied with Guillermo Scarabino, Guy Reibel, Michael Levinas, Gerard Grisey (in Paris), Hans Zender (in Frankfurt) and with John Carene (in London). He won the Prix à l’Unanimité (the first prize at the Conservatoire de Paris) as well as the Prix Special du Jury. From 1996 until 1998 he was the Music Director of the Orchestre du Crous de Paris. He has received numerous grants and commissions from the French and Argentinian governments.

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2005, TRE VECCHIE Opera for Daniel Gloger (counter-tenor) and Garth Knox (viola) based on a fairy tale by Italo Calvino 2001, TEATRO DELL’OPERA, ROMA MIDEA (2) (PUBLISHED BY RICORDI) 2001, Assistant Director LA VERITA’ EN CIMENTO by Vivaldi

Merits

2003, Residency at the"Villa Kujoyama" in Kyoto
Prix à l’Unanimité, the First Prize from the Conservatoire de Paris.
Prix Special du Jury form the Conservato
2003, PRIX GEORGES ENESCO DE COMPOSITION awarded by SACEM in Paris
1996-8, Music director of the ´Orchestre Du Crous de Paris´
1994, FIRST PRIZE FOR YOUNG COMPOSERS
CANBERRA MUSIC HALL, AUSTRALIA

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Opérette, 2003
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Underground-Live in Buenos Aires, 2005
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Piano 3 de Colchide à Corinthe, 1997

First performers: Pascal Amoyal (autre interprète : Mara Dobresco)
Duration: 10´
Commissioned by: Musée National des Invalides, Paris, France
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