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hasBara is an ensemble work for any instrument (or voices). The open score calls for improvisation, and directs the musicians to alternate between solo and group playing. The work was commissioned by Musica Nova consort (see earlier version), and later performed by Mutu ensemble (video...

Stations and Journeys is a notated / open score for ensemble (at least 8 musicians). The work was commissioned by Ensemble Modelo62 for their [sg_popup id="1847" event="click"]Intercity Sessions[/sg_popup] concert series. I had the chance to work in a close collaboration with the ensemble, and to experience...

[vc_video link='https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hvWiKl30TAk&feature=emb_title'] Live recording,  concluded our residency at studio LOOS, the Hague (march 2012). images: Daniel Slabosky The electronics soundtrack / live manipulation (of the narrating voice) was done by Maya Felixbrodt. Tomer Harari plays the Harmonium and several other objects through his computer, and the bass is...

SPOTLIGHT (excerpt) by Ophir Ilzetzki, performed by Elisenda Pujals and Ilya Ziblat April 2014, haTeiva (Tel Aviv). [vc_video link='https://youtu.be/4kKR7AAviTU']...

A 90' long live soundtrack for the F. W. Murnau classic Nosferatu (1922). The first performance took place as part of the Sounds of Silence festival (17 January 2015), curated by Amir Vodka-Berendsen. Perc: Mei-yi Lee Cb & computer: Ilya Ziblat. Short video trailer: [vc_video link='https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dkIdW115zYM&t=38s']   Program notes: The soundtrack for the film Nosferatu...

Recorded live in haTeiva, Tel Aviv, 25 April 2014. Performed by Elisenda Pujals (voice) and Ilya ziblat (bass). This work by Janco Verduin features pre-recorded tracks and live performance. [vc_video link='http://youtu.be/lTmkGBtTae8']  ...

Music for electric guitar, contrabass and electronics. Exploring borders and shared zones between instrumental playing and computer responsive systems - a manifestation of free will and, at times arbitrary, feedback. The compositions are partially structured, partially improvised, suggesting outlines of tonality and of free improvisation.    ...

Trembling Time (for two pianists) explores elasticity of rhythm. Through constant stretching and shrinking of the pulse I am trying to create a fictitious musical dimension in which the beat becomes almost a liquid-like musical element, rather than dictates by an even and constant pulse....

  The Instrument is an interactive live-electronics computer system programmed in SuperCollider. The computer can be triggered by any number of pitch-producing resonating object – musical instruments or any kind of objects. There is no score or any instructions, and no limit on the length of...

On the verge between acoustic and electronic, improvised and composed, Hatzatz ("gravel" in Hebrew) was an experimental trio, active between 2010-2013. The music was created through a collaborative working process and featured improvisation as much as pre-composed structures. Hatzatz often collaborated with visual artists (live...

For viola, contrabass, and electronics (computer and MIDI keyboard, played by a third musician). dur. 15′ Duration: 15' Premiere: 20 January 2011, Studio LOOS, the Hague   As suggested by the title (which could be translated from Spanish as: “mode of remembering, mode of forgetting”), MRMO deal with the limitations of...

For ensemble (trb, a.sax, t.sax, e.guit, pno, perc) Duration: 40 seconds Premiere: 25 May 2008, TAG, the Hague. Ensemble Klang. Further performances: 5 Mar 2011, with video work by Shiri Limor. Korzo theater, The Hague.   [vc_video link='http://youtu.be/CNeOz6cftdA']...

For string orchestra (at least 4, 4, 3, 2, 1) Duration: 10' Premiere: 13 November 2009, National Bank hall, Belgrade. St. George strings, Bojan Suđić (cond.) An earlier version of this piece, for strings and two horns was performed by ensemble Royal, at the conservatory at the Hague during the spring...