On March 15th (17pm) Orbits, along with works by Lockwood and Capuzano, is getting a performance at Mexico by Carmen Fergoso at the Auditorio Multiaulas EMA1 Facultad de Artes BUAP. The piece was composed back in 2014 and was premiered at Latvia. A new work based on similar sonic concept is coming soon!
TRIO ORBIT (Greece) 3/10 pm 5 pm Reformed Church, Riga October 15, 2017 at The international chamber music project Trio Orbit will be invited to give a concert at 5 pm at the Riga Reformed Church, with Panagiotis Andreoglou (Greece, accordion), Gundega Šmite (Latvia, piano) and Dimitris Maronidis (Greece, electronics). The concert program is created by combining outstanding electro-acoustic works for piano, accordion and electronics. It will cover compositions from a wide historical range, ranging from the first historically dated composition for piano and electronics – the work of American electronic music pioneer Mario Davidovsky – Synchronisms – to the most recent works by Greek composers Panayotis Kokoras and Dimitris Maronidis.
Programme of the concert
João Pedro Oliviera L’accordeon du diable (2006)
Dimitris Maronidis Orbits (2014)
Dimitris Maronidis WIFI TeleMusic (2008)
Orbits for piano and tape is performed in Bologna, Italy by Calogero Di Liberto (electronics diffused by Roberto Salvati). The performance take place as a result of the piece winning the First Liszt Price in 2016.
26.4.2017 Place: Oratorio di San Filippo Neri
Review on press
Orbits for piano and tape is going to be presented at Thessaloniki in a concert organised by Contemporary Music Lab of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, in collaboration with the Onassis Cultural Centre.
Saturday 14 May 2016 21:00
State orchestra of Thessaloniki Rehearsal Hall (Solon Michailides)
Leon Avenue 73, Thessaloniki
Trio Orbits performs on 16th of May at Panteion University in a collaborative project with Panteion University. The audience will get the opportunity to listen to works by Panayiotis Kokoras, Mario Davidovsky, Jacob ter Veldhuis, Dimitris Maronidis, Henrik Hellstenius
Panagiotis Andreoglou: accordion
Gundega Šmite: piano
Dimitris Maronidis: electronics