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Palamjav Childee , Ganbold Muukha , Ganzorig Nergui , Byambakhishig Lhagva
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ritual, shamanism, tradition
genre (subgenre):
Music (overtone-singing, throat-singing)
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In their concerts, dances and ritual performances the four-man ensemble Altai-Hangal, founded in 1995 by Palamjev Childee, presents the classical traditions of Kazakstan´s nomadic music. The ensemble separated in the year 2000. Some of the musicians went to Europe, others stayed in Mongolia.

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deutsch
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Ritual, Schamanismus, Tradition
Genre (Subgenres):
Musik (Kehlkopfgesang, Obertongesang)

In ihren Konzerten, Tänzen und rituellen Darbietungen präsentiert das 1995 von Palamjav Childee gegründete vierköpfige Ensemble Altai-Hangal die klassischen Traditionen der nomadischen Musikkultur Kasachstans. Das Ensemble trennte sich im Jahr 2000. Einige der Musiker gingen...

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perception, time, transformation
genre (subgenre):
Music (new music)
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Born in Belo Horizonte, the Brazilian pianist Paulo Sérgio Guimarães Álvares studied the piano under Caio Pagano at the University of São Paulo, where he also studied chamber music and new music. From 1985 he studied in Texas under Steven de Groote, gaining a masters...

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deutsch
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Transformation, Wahrnehmung, Zeit
Genre (Subgenres):
Musik (Neue Musik)

Der brasilianische Pianist Paulo Sérgio Guimarães Álvares wurde in Belo Horinzonte geboren. Er studierte Klavier an der Universität von São Paul bei Caio Pagano und daneben auch Kammermusik und Neue Musik. 1985 ging er nach Texas, um bei Steven de Groote zu...

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death, existentialism, multi-culturalism, ritual, sexuality, taboo, urbanity
genre (subgenre):
Music (electronic music, new music)
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Rikard Borggård was born in Sweden in 1964 and is a self-taught composer and musician. Borggård´s main instruments are the piano, sampler as well as electronic "gadgets" and of course the computer. He also composes for violin, accordion and clarinet. Borggård has...

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Rikard Borggård

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Minna Weurlander , Gustavo Tomás , Ketil Solberg , Mats Anderson , Andreas Kullberg , Ditlev Damkjaer
crossroads:
beauty, dream, love, power
genre (subgenre):
Music (general, tango)
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Intercult

The Quintet Cosmopolitango was born like the tango itself, in the intersection between different musical styles and traditions. In this quintet, tango , jazz and western art music all receive their natural places and the different kinds of music are weaved together in order to recreate ad...

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beauty, diversity, dream, emotion, everyday life, harmony, imagination, interculturalism, language, living, love, multi-culturalism, people, pop-culture
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Music (Afro-pop, electronic-urban-traditional-fusion, HipHop, traditional African music, Trip Hop, world jazz)
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Neo Muyanga has established himself as one of South Africa´s most singular and deeply impressive musical talents through the duo Blk Sonshine and his highly successful solo work. His music has been alluded to as a blend of electronica and hip-hop, urban and ethereal, street and ambience. Muyanga...

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Music (composition, general)
Performing Arts (circus arts, Clown, performance)
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Alexandre Pedro is a Lisbon based composer and performer; he originally trained in music (piano) at the Seixal School of Jazz before shifting his interest to circus which brought him to London’s Circus Space.

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Music (chamber music for percussion, classical music, composition, film-music, Opera)
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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.

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Oscar Strasnoy

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emotion, energy, homeland, identity, myth, tradition, vastness
genre (subgenre):
Music (ethnic, folk)
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Who did actually say that we live in a global village? The times we live in love everything what’s big, noisy and full of movement. We need motion to feel emotion. We need chaos to feel at home. Have you ever seen so many crossroads in the countryside? Have you ever experienced so much...

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Music (classical music, composition, contemporary music, general, theatre)
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The reigning queen of the Odessa new music scene, Karmella Tsepkolenko composes, teaches and organises festivals and cultural events.

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Karmella Tsepkolenko

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Musik (Filmmusik, Fusion, Jazz, klassische Musik, Kunstmusik, Pop, Punk)
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„Ich habe immer Musik aus anderen Teilen der Welt beobachtet und mich selten um unsere eigenen Traditionen gekümmert", umreißt Koji Ueno seine Inspirationsquellen. Dabei hat der japanische Pianist und Komponist über Dekaden hinweg eine enorme stilistische Spannweite von Punk...

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Sergei Klein , Andrei Sechkovski
crossroads:
children & youth, communication, everyday life, existentialism, globalisation, identity, outsider, politics, roots, urbanity, youth
genre (subgenre):
Music (ambient, electronic music, electronic-urban-traditional-fusion, improvisation, jazz, live computer music, techno, world jazz)
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Initiated in Odessa, Ukraine in 2003 by poet/DJ Sergei Klein (vargan (mouth-harp) and bamboo flute) and experimental electronics musician Andrei Sechkovski, Ukr.tele.kom was initially conceived as a sound-sources exchange program between Germany, Russia and Ukraine, with strong emphasis on...

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