A double workshop dedicated to the string quartet. Directed by Chaya Czernowin, composers from the world over complete their work for quartet—with or without electronics—with or without "prepared" instruments. The Diotima share their experience of the 20th century repertoire with composers and new groups. A contemporary heritage that has been enhanced today with fundamental works with electronics, such as Jonathan Harvey’s 4th quartet.
Quatuor Diotima Educational Advisors - ProQuartet
Marco Liuni Educational Advisor - IRCAM
Quartetto Maurice, Airis Quartet, Quatuor Zerkalo
Creations by Student Composers
Adrien Trybucki, Julio Zúñiga, Martin Rane Bauck, Zeynep Toraman, Anna-Louise Walton
In connection with the thematic exhibition in the Modern collection: "L’Œil écoute". Musée national d’art moderne, Centre Pompidou.
Composer (b. 1957)
The use of metaphor is central to Chaya Czernowin’s music; she uses it as a means to organizine an unusual sound universe and to escape all convention. Metaphors are used through...
Yun-Peng Zhao, violin, Constance Ronzatti, violin, Franck Chevalier, viola, Pierre Morlet, cello
The Diotima Quartet’s name recalls Luigi Nono’s work Fragmente-Stille an Diotima, affir...