6 - 10 September 2017 From classical crossover and minimal soundscapes to modern composition with (live) electronics. Gaudeamus Muziekweek presents the newest music by young music pioneers during the eponymous and highly renowned music festival in Utrecht, the Netherlands.
Five compositions have been selected and nominated for the Gaudeamus Prize 2015. The jury has studied all entries for the competition (in total 198 works by 66 composers from 25 different countries) Five compositions have been selected and nominated for the Gaudeamus Prize 2015.
The jury, consisting of Calliope Tsoupaki (Greece), Raphaël Cendo (France) and Stefan Prins (Belgium) together with representatives of the ensembles, has selected the following works for the Gaudeamus Prize 2015:
Alexander Khubeev (1986, Russia) – Ghost of dystopia (2014, for ensemble)
Jason Thorpe Buchanan (1986, United States) – Asymptotic Flux: Second Study in Entropy (2013, for large ensemble)
Mátyás Wettl (1987, Hungary) – My Former Band (2012, for ensemble)
Stylianos Dimou (1988, Greece) – Quando l’anIma è SatuRa: meaningless meandering for [Anit] (2014, for amplified violin, cello and piano)
Utku Asuroglu (1986, Turkey) – Aggravation (2014, for large ensemble)