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Gordon Kampe: Arien/Zitronen
Though it may be tempting to suspect an element of provocation here, Kampe is no iconoclast. His compositional style doesn’t follow an impulse to oppose any particular musical genre or movement – it is simply the result of an attentive, aesthetic sense of perception which articulates a wonderful inventiveness. This in turn allows Kampe to set the world to music. [...]

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Milica Djordjevic: rocks-stars-metals-light
Milica Djordjević, a native of Serbia, is still in her early thirties: far too young to be pigeonholed. Nevertheless, judging by all she has achieved so far, she has to be on the side of the hedgehogs. She is pursuing her own, steady course with determination and great discipline; indeed her compositions are so clearly members of the same family, with numerous shared characteristics, that it might almost seem as though she were tirelessly writing and rewriting the same piece. On closer observation, however, this impression soon dissipates. [...]

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David Hudry: Durchgang
David Hudry is a French composer who is interested in the exploration of dramaturgy using heterogeneous musical characters. Inspired by the graphic arts, especially by Klee and Kandinsky, his music articulates gures and gestures that create tension and lends a visual aspect to the sonic material. [...]

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Beating Bounds, the Limits of Failure: the Music of Mark Barden. 
[...] Hudry researches very early on, a form of vigorous interaction between the performer and the machine – an axis of his compositional output. 
Ceremonies, too, guard their silences: the music of Christian Mason. 
Attempting not to write music: Ernst von Siemens composer’s award winner Marko Nikodijevic 
Hèctor Parra’s working on a composition is comparable to the work of a sculptor; continually he carves out his oeuvre out of the musical material. Listen to the result here! 
Strive for the greatest integration, exclude all vagaries and obfuscations. 
In the echo chambers of tradition. Ernst von Siemens composer’s award winner David Pilip Hefti. 
Steven Daverson’s compositions allude to the
intangible: fluid forms that might be experienceable, but never enduring concrete... 
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