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(05/02/19) Concert de ondes martenot i electrònica amb Tomomi Kubo

(05/02/19) Concert de ondes martenot i electrònica amb Tomomi Kubo

Dimarts 5 de Febrer, 20 h. Sala Aranyó (Campus UPF Poblenou, Roc Boronat 138), entrada gratuïta

08.01.2019

Tomomi Kubo: El so de les ondes martenot

The ondes martenot is one of the earliest electronic instruments, patented in 1928 by Maurice Martenot, contemporaneously with the Theremin. Martenot, a radio operator during World War I, was inspired by the accidental overlaps of tones between military radio oscillators, and wanted to create an instrument with the expressiveness of string instruments. Mainly used in french avant-garde music, remarkably by Oliver Messiaen, the ondes martenot are usually played within larger ensembles, due to its monophonic nature. In this concert, Tomomi Kubo presents a selection of works for solo ondes martenot, in a definitely unusual and attractive programme.

Programme

+ Roland Creuze:  ALS... (for ondes martenot solo)

+ Gilles Gobeil: Voix blanche (for ondes martenot and tape)

+ Tomomi Kubo: after the wind...

+ Junichi Matsumoto: Skippin mirrors (ondes martenot, metronomes and castanets)

+ Tomomi Kubo: TaBeLu-OTO 

+ Takashi Harada: Praise to Hakuho Buddah

Tomomi Kubo, ondist

After graduating from Kunitachi College of Music, Tomomi Kubo went to France to study Ondes Martenot at Conservatoire France National Boulogne-Billancourt and graduated from the school with highest honours. She studied the instrument under Takashi Harada and Pascale Rousse-Lacordaire. She has been involved in a wide variety of activities, such as collaborating with orchestra, chamber music, and contemporary dancers, as well as the accompaniment to films and TV drama music. Through these activities, she tries conveying the joy of ondes martenot, a marvelous instrument. (tomomikubo.net)
 
 

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