Final 2


The young musicians from the International Ensemble Modern Akademie and the CNSMD de Paris and the soprano Raquel Camarinha are gathered under the baton of the Argentinian conductor and composer Emilio Pomàrico for an ambitious program. Four composers from the ManiFeste Academy have taken on the challenge of orchestrating studies (Ligeti, Berio), a rare exercise when one must bring together the worlds of instrumental and electronic sounds. Beside Jarrell’s Nachlese based on the poems of Luis de Gongora and Chin’s Akrostichon-Wortspiel, a versatile scene inspired by Lewis Carroll, ManiFeste-2015 concludes its journey with a tribute to Emmanuel Nunes with a selection of his world-works. From Ruf to his opera Das Märchen, the Portuguese composer was inspired throughout his life by the concept of a series and the ambition of a large-scale organic form.

Emilio Pomàrico © Jean Radel

Emilio Pomàrico © Jean Radel

Master Class: Interpretation for a Conducted Ensemble and Chamber Music led by Emilio Pomàrico and the Workshop on Orchestration led by Michaël Levinas and Yan Maresz

Raquel Camarinha soprano
International Ensemble Modern Akademie
Students from the Conservatoire national supérieur de musique et de danse de Paris
Conductor Emilio Pomàrico
Conservatoire national supérieur de musique et de danse de Paris Pedagogical Advisor Jens Mc Manama
IRCAM Computer Music Design Christophe de Coudenhove

UNSUK CHIN Akrostichon Wortspiel

MICHAEL JARRELL Nachlese Vb French Premiere

An IRCAM-Centre Pompidou production. In partnership with the Conservatoire national de musique et de danse de Paris. With the support of the Sacem, the FCM-Fonds pour la création musicale and the Pro Helvetia, Fondation suisse pour la culture.
IRCAM and the CENTQUATRE are partners for experimental performance projects.