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ROI NACHSHON

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contemporary classical music

Biography Roi Nachshon

Roi Nachshon was born in 1974 in Jerusalem, Israel. He studied composition at the Jerusalem music academy, and privately with the renowned professor Itzhak Sadai. In 2001 Roi Nachshon came to The Netherlands to study at the Royal Conservatorium in The Hague with Gilius van Bergeijk and Martijn Padding. His compositions were ...
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Biography Roi Nachshon

Roi Nachshon was born in 1974 in Jerusalem, Israel.
He studied composition at the Jerusalem music academy, and privately with the renowned professor Itzhak Sadai. In 2001 Roi Nachshon came to The Netherlands to study at the Royal Conservatorium in The Hague with Gilius van Bergeijk and Martijn Padding.
His compositions were performed in several high-level festivals and events across Israel, including The Israel Festival in Jerusalem 2000. Since his graduation with a masters degree in 2005 he has received commissions from the Korzo Theater, concert hall Paradiso, the EM percussion quartet, Ensemble Klang, the PROMS concert series, and ASKO/Schönberg Ensemble that premiered Exiled in May 2008 with conductor Reinbert de Leeuw. As reflected in his recent compositions gAte and wArd, Roi Nachshons current concern is with the expansion and manipulation of the musical stage and the concert hall, the introduction of foreign dramatical elements to the instrumental ensemble, and the exploration of simple and effective relations between visibility and audibility.

In the discography you will find all recordings that have been released listed chronologically. We restrict ourselves to the title, the type of audio, year of publication or recording, label, list of guest musicians, plus any comments on the issue.

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