Result of the 36th IRINO PRIZE for Chamber Music, 2015

Result of the 36th IRINO PRIZE for Chamber Music, 2015 Irino Prize Winners composer Sakata Naoki (Japanese, 1981 b. in Kyoto, living in Paris) title of work “Fossiles de Lumière” (fl, cl, sax, acc, hp, vn, vla, cello) duration 13’00” composer Rafael Nassif (Brazilian, 1984b. in Juiz de Faro-Brazil, living in Austria)  title of work “musica d’incanto” oboe and trio of very low instruments for apart: contrabassoon, contrabass and tuba) duration 18’20”  <Profile: Naoki Sakata> Born in Kyoto in 1981, Sakata studied the composition with Naoyuki Terai at Aichi University of the arts from 2003 to 2007, and he received his bachelor’s degree at the top of the list. In 2007, he studied with Edith Lejet at the Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris where he obtained the diplôme superièur at the top of the list. From 2008, he entered the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris where he studied with Stefano Gervasoni and he also obtained his Master’s of Music degree in 2013. He participated “cursus I” in the Ircam 2014-2015.He participated in many masterclasses and workshop such as Royaumont composition session “voix nouvelles”, Académie Philippe Manoury and by divertimento ensemble.He presented his works in many festivals such as Takefu International Music Festival, Festival International Toulouse les Orgues, Festival OperaBarga, Saxopen in Strasbourg, Festival Musica in Strasbourg, Lima international Festival of Music and his music were performed by Ensembles such as Linea, 2e2m, Multilatérale, Divertimento Ensemble, Tokyo sinfonietta.<Profile: Rafael Nassif> Nassif is a brazilian composer based in Europe, whose work concentrates on … Continue reading Result of the 36th IRINO PRIZE for Chamber Music, 2015