Contemporary music and
Oficial site: www.interart.ro
The Contemporary Music and Dance Group promotes mixed-media performances, based on original music and choreography and featuring artistic personalities from Romania and abroad.
Originally constituted at the initiative of composer Mihaela Stănculescu-Vosganian and choreographer Liliana Iorgulescu, has a flexible formula which can include a variable number of participants (instrumental and vocal soloists, dancers, composers), according to the type of project undertaken: actual performances (whether on stage or in unconventional locations), art exhibitions, disc promotions etc.
Beginning in 1998, has participated in a variety of experimental artistic events:
seeks to address itself as much to the public at large as to an initiated audience, to all lovers of contemporary art, adapting the type of performance (from the point of view of production, staging and lighting) to the space in which events take place.
For its next projects, will be touring an 80 minute program presented as a continuous performance, alternating solo or duo instrumental pieces with dance episodes to live or recorded music, using also electronic effects and video projections.
Exemples of alternatifs programs
Music by Mihaela Vosganian and the choreography by Liliana Iorgulescu, with the participation of the performers: the English trombonist Barrie Webb, the Romanian saxophonist Resident in Spain Emil Sein, the Romanian violinist resident in Spain Adrian a Winkler and the Romanian choreographer and dancer Liliana Iorgulescu.
Music by Mihaela Vosganian, involving the members of the French META DUO ensemble- Daniel Kientzy(saxophones) and Reina Portoundo(electronic effects) and the dancer Liliana Iorgulescu.
Realised in collaboration with ARFA (Romanian Association of Women in Art), comprising music by Romanian Women Composers (Doina Rotaru, Maia Ciobanu, Diana Voda, Mihaela Vosganian) with the participation of the performers: the French flutist Cynthia Whitman, the Romanian Pan-flustist Dalila Cernatescu, the Romanian choreographer and dancer Liliana Iorgulescu.).
The musical conception of the show is based on the idea of succession of several entire pieces, with their own thematic and expression, which belong to different categories:
The music of the show, in its global sense, covers a wide range of expressive colours between tension and release, poetic and dramatic, temporal and atemporal, seeking and contemplating, using varios musical means from archetipal or folkloric melodies to noize sonorities.
Compositrice, membre d’UCMR, SIMC, IWLM
Présidente d’ARFA (Association Roumaine des Femmes dans l’Art)
9, rue Ardeleni
Bucarest 2 Roumanie