Synopsis: Faculty of Music UiTM and KLPac proudly presents the 5th Composers Concert Series 2014 in collaboration of the Society of Contemporary Malaysian Composers, Swedish Embassy and Petrof Piano. This year special guests are Magnus Andersson (classical guitar, Sweden) and No Noise Percussion Group. Presenting lecturers and students in New Music Ensemble, Voices performing new contemporary works by composition students and works by other composers. New works by students and young Malaysian composers and Faculty members Tazul Tajuddin, Ross Carey, Katia Tiutiunnik, Ainolnaim and Adam Masumi. New Music Ensemble led by Yeoh Pei Ann (lecturer) and conductor Prof Madya Dr Tazul Tajuddin ‘Supporting and Nurturing Creativity’ 5th Malaysian Composers Concert Series 2014 @ klpac This concert series is the 5th for Faculty of Music UiTM to promote and nurture new composition works by students and other composers in Malaysia. It is also to nurture student performers to perform composer new works. This will encourage new works by composers and will add and broaden the music cultural scene. It is to reflect the diversity of talent and musical style of Malaysian composers and to provide and open a platform for these new works to be performed. It gives an alternative of other composer’s artistic expression to the usual popular music scene in Malaysia. This is also a unique opportunity to promote contemporary by young students and new composers, as well as established one to our local audience. Creation of new works needs continuity and culture needs these works in order not to become stagnant. This composer concert series will hopefully provide this gap and in the future will establish itself to become platform for new works by students and young Malaysian composers.
Acclaimed violist, Elizabeth Reid, will play works by J.S. Bach, Milton Barnes, Katherine Corecig, Quincy Porter, Max Reger and Katia Tiutiunnik.
This event is a lecture recital and launch of the books: Creative Journeys: When Composers Collaborate by Katia Tiutiunnik and Ross James Carey (UiTM Press, 2013) Al Mir'aj: A Mystical Journey by Night by Katia Tiutiunnik (UiTM Press, 2013) n Dreams of the Orient: A Western Art Music Composer's Journey into the Arab Islamic World by Katia Tiutiunnik
Roger Vigulf perform music by Bertil Palmar Johansen, Katia Tiutiunnik and Roger Vigulf.3 World Premieres! Presenter: Roger Vigulf Tiutiunnik: ERATO Artist: Roger Vigulf (Clarinet) Tiutiunnik(Australia) Johansen: Clariphone Artist: Roger Vigulf (Clarinet) Vigulf: Trollmusikk for Bb-Bass clarinet and digital delay Artist: Roger Vigulf (Clarinet)
Dr. John Sharpley and Dr. Katia Tiutiunnik will conduct a lecture recital and masterclass with composition students of La Salle College, featuring performances of the following works: Una Preghiera for viola and piano by Katia Tiutiunnik and Ross James Carey Belye Nochi for violin and piano by Katia Tiutiunnik and Ross James Carey Song of Love and Lament for viola and piano by John Sharpley Into I for viola and piano by John Sharpley Selected solo viola and piano music by John Sharpley and Katia Tiutiunnik
Sounds Like: Bob Wander, Geoffrey Gordon Composer, Stan Walker, Todd Reynolds, Katerina Stamatelos
Bio: Katia Tiutiunnik is currently an Honorary Research Affiliate at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, the University of Sydney and Senior Lecturer at the Faculty of Music, UiTM, Shah Alam. Her music has been performed in Australia, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, China, Germany, Italy, Jordan, Russia, S...See Full Bio
“Tiutiunnik has provided an unusual setting of Eva Salzman’s poem ‘To The Enemy’. Despite using a formal exordium and recitative elements, the composer has strayed away from orthodox vocal composition by choosing the unusual accompanying sounds of percussion instruments and a surprising text rendition. This world premiere was delivered by beautifully dressed Sidonie Henbest (voice), Andrew Wiering (percussion) and Nick Parnell (percussion).”