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works

for ensemble and computer-controlled organ...

for amplified bass flute, violin, cello, contrabass, and soundtrack...

a live-electronics interface for free improvisation. It can be performed as solo computer or together with other improvising musicians....

Satirical video video score / interactive work for free improvisers, featuring speech segments by D. Trump....

Live soundtrack for Jean Epstein’s silent film The Faithful Heart (1923). Together with Ziv Taubenfeld (b. clarinet), Marie Guilleray (voice, electronics), Onno Govaert (percussion), and myself (bass)....

Satirical game piece / text composition, guiding the players (musicians or non-musicians) to freely improvise by narrating a silenced YouTube clip....

A work for ensemble (open instrumentation), in which the musicians alternate between solo and group playing. hasBara also features voices, however without any prescribed text, resulting in pseudo language and suggesting open interpretation of this work's 'meaning'. Essential part of this work is the constant oscillation...

Stations and Journeys is a notated / open score work for ensemble (of at least 8 musicians). The work was commissioned by Ensemble Modelo62....

Commissioned and premiered by the Israeli ensemble Musica Nova Consort, this version of hasBara is written for instruments and live-electronics. The musicians trigger the computer sounds, generated by real-time processing of voice samples of Israeli public figures. The content of the words is political....

Live soundtrack for F. W. Murnau's Nosferatu (1922). For percussion, bass, live-electronics....

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...

[Untitled, 2012] is a composition for contrabass and electronics. The electronic sounds provide the role of accompaniment – a pre-composed “rhythm section” – and the bass player takes the lead role as the “soloist.” A pre-recorded soundtrack functions as a rhythmic grid into which the...

  Commissioned by ensemble Meitar. For fl. cl. vl. vla. vcl. pno. and live-electronics Premiere: 5 July 2012 Levontin 7, Tel Aviv, Israel (ensemble Meitar, cond. Guy Feder)     ...

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 (cl, b.cl, hrn, 2perc, vl, vla, vcl, db) Duration: 9'  31 March 2010, Amsterdam conservatory, ASKO Ensemble, Bas Wiegers (cond.) Seven Different Ways of Getting Lost, a chamber music piece composed for the ASKO ensemble, was an early attempt to explicitly introduce flexibility into a written score. I was...

The work, for young string instrument players, was commissioned by conductor Josep Manresa for the Corelli Orchestra (Vila-seca conservatory, Catalonya). It is a "didactic" composition, aimed  to introduce 20th century instrumental techniques and improvisation for young musicians (ages 12-15). I had the amazing opportunity to work with these young – and extremely serious – players, and to see how they interpret my ideas about composition and improvisation in the most inquisitive and engaged way.