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Timur Ismagilov Read More
Timur Ismagilov

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June 19, 2022

Timur Ismagilov's catalogue lists more than fifty works. In his music he combines various composition techniques with a sustained interest in traditional Tatar and Bashkir melodic language. Besides composing his own pieces, Ismagilov has made about 600 arrange

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Bastiaan van Beek

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May 27, 2022

Bastiaan van Beek, born in 1991 in the Netherlands, studied music performance at ROC Eindhoven, classical and jazz guitar at the conservatory in Tilburg, and social work at social work at Karel de Grote Hogeschool in Antwerp. He played music since he was ab

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Austin Farwell

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May 25, 2022

My music has strong ties to minimalism and neoclassical influencers, with comparison to Chopin, Erik Satie, and Yann Tiersen. Drawn to more melancholy, insightful, thought-provoking melodies that are more elegant than over complex intense styles. I'm the most

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Ieva Dubova

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May 25, 2022

Dubova draws inspiration from a wide selection of music, from folk to baroque to modern, as well as classical composers such as Avro Part, Peteris Vasks and Erik Satie and Claude Debussy. The Latvian pianist has described the process of making music as a safe

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Tan Dun

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May 20, 2022

A leading figure of contemporary classical music, he draws from a variety of Western and Chinese influences, a dichotomy which has shaped much of his life and music. Having collaborated with leading orchestras around the world, Tan is the recipient of numerous

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Raffael Seyfried

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May 9, 2022

Raffael Seyfried's work takes place on the border between acoustic and electronic material. He explores the dynamic processes and characteristics that are present in both media. By subtly mixing these elements, he creates warm and unusual soundscapes, free fro

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