ECWO 2016: Cerebral Vortex – Øyvind Moe

Christiania Blåseensemble (CBE) is a wind band attached to the Norwegian Academy of Music. The musicians in the orchestra are all music-students at this school, but CBE does all the organization themselves.

CBE performs concerts in various genres, and in recent years they have cooperated with the greatest conductors in Norway. CBE is a wind band without a regular rehearsal plan or a conductor. They work with different conductors for each project, although some conductors (e.g. Bjarte Engeset) have visited CBE more than once.

Conductor Bjarte Engeset graduated from the Sibelius-Academy in 1989. In his final examination, he received the highest grade, which was the best grade in the history of the Sibelius-Academy. Two years later, Engeset was invited to the famous conductor- seminar in Tanglewood, USA. He has conducted most of Norway’s professional wind bands, and has also conducted concerts all over Europe.

Each orchestra will play a programme of 45 - 60 minutes, including the test piece “Cerebral Vortex”. This composition was written by Øyvind Moe. He composed this for Musikkforeningen Nidarholm for their participation in the World Music Contest in Kerkrade (2009, NL). The composition is published by Norsk Noteservice.

The title refers to a form of writer’s block caused not by lack of ideas, but rather by the inability to channel and give form to the madness swirling inside the head of someone with a great desire to express something. In this respect, the piece can be said to be a composer’s exercise in keeping focus. A limited amount of material is repeated and treated creating a development that always has a solid anchor point. This is emphasized by the return to the opening theme towards the end.

Moe’s musical background lies in the bands of his home town of Bergen, Norway. He studied composition at the Norwegian Academy of Music, where his teachers included Bjørn Kruse, Henrik Hellstenius, Lasse Thoresen, Asbjørn Schaathun, and Olav Anton Thommesen. He also studied musicology and music technology at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), as well as software development at the Bergen University College.As a performer, he has many years of experience playing the saxophone in several of Norway’s leading amateur wind orchestras.

Geregistreerd tijdens ECWO European Championship for Wind Orchestras May 20 – 21, 2016

In The Great Hall of TivoliVredenburg, Utrecht, the Netherlands door Mirasound Media Services.

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ECWO 2016: Cerebral Vortex – Øyvind Moe

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Christiania Blåseensemble (CBE) is a wind band attached to the Norwegian Academy of Music. The musicians in the orchestra are all music-students at this school, but CBE does all the organization themselves.

CBE performs concerts in various genres, and in recent years they have cooperated with the greatest conductors in Norway. CBE is a wind band without a regular rehearsal plan or a conductor. They work with different conductors for each project, although some conductors (e.g. Bjarte Engeset) have visited CBE more than once.

Conductor Bjarte Engeset graduated from the Sibelius-Academy in 1989. In his final examination, he received the highest grade, which was the best grade in the history of the Sibelius-Academy. Two years later, Engeset was invited to the famous conductor- seminar in Tanglewood, USA. He has conducted most of Norway’s professional wind bands, and has also conducted concerts all over Europe.

Each orchestra will play a programme of 45 – 60 minutes, including the test piece “Cerebral Vortex”. This composition was written by Øyvind Moe. He composed this for Musikkforeningen Nidarholm for their participation in the World Music Contest in Kerkrade (2009, NL). The composition is published by Norsk Noteservice.

The title refers to a form of writer’s block caused not by lack of ideas, but rather by the inability to channel and give form to the madness swirling inside the head of someone with a great desire to express something. In this respect, the piece can be said to be a composer’s exercise in keeping focus. A limited amount of material is repeated and treated creating a development that always has a solid anchor point. This is emphasized by the return to the opening theme towards the end.

Moe’s musical background lies in the bands of his home town of Bergen, Norway. He studied composition at the Norwegian Academy of Music, where his teachers included Bjørn Kruse, Henrik Hellstenius, Lasse Thoresen, Asbjørn Schaathun, and Olav Anton Thommesen. He also studied musicology and music technology at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), as well as software development at the Bergen University College.As a performer, he has many years of experience playing the saxophone in several of Norway’s leading amateur wind orchestras.

Geregistreerd tijdens ECWO European Championship for Wind Orchestras May 20 – 21, 2016

In The Great Hall of TivoliVredenburg, Utrecht, the Netherlands door Mirasound Media Services.

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The Koninklijke Harmonie van Thorn (Royal Wind Orchestra of Thorn, KHT) was founded in 1812 as the Philharmonic Society of Thorn. In 1865, the title “Royal” was granted to the orchestra by King Willem III. Throughout the years, the orchestra has been very successful, both on the national and international level, and is generally known to perform on the highest level in amateur wind music. In 2008 the KHT was crowned Dutch National Champion in the highest division for the 14th time, and in 2013 they won the first Open European Championship for Wind Orchestras in Luxembourg. The orchestra has always been led by prominent conductors, in recent years by Sef Pijpers and Jan Cober, to name but a few.

Norbert Nozy is actively involved with the Royal Wind Orchestra of Thorn as a conductor since 2004. Before that, among many other professional activities, Nozy was chief-conductor of The Royal Symphonic Band of the Belgian Guides. Apart from this, Nozy has had an impressive career as a saxophonist. He still performs regularly as a soloist, is a much sought juror, and teaches at the conservatories of Maastricht and Brussels. The composition “Daphnis et Chloë” will be performed together with the choir composed of members of the “Toonkunstkoor” (Roermond, NL) and the “Philips Philharmonisch koor” (Eindhoven, NL).

Each orchestra will play a programme of 45 – 60 minutes, including the test piece “Cerebral Vortex”. This composition was written by Øyvind Moe. He composed this for Musikkforeningen Nidarholm for their participation in the World Music Contest in Kerkrade (2009, NL). The composition is published by Norsk Noteservice.

The title refers to a form of writer’s block caused not by lack of ideas, but rather by the inability to channel and give form to the madness swirling inside the head of someone with a great desire to express something. In this respect, the piece can be said to be a composer’s exercise in keeping focus. A limited amount of material is repeated and treated creating a development that always has a solid anchor point. This is emphasized by the return to the opening theme towards the end.

Moe’s musical background lies in the bands of his home town of Bergen, Norway. He studied composition at the Norwegian Academy of Music, where his teachers included Bjørn Kruse, Henrik Hellstenius, Lasse Thoresen, Asbjørn Schaathun, and Olav Anton Thommesen. He also studied musicology and music technology at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), as well as software development at the Bergen University College. As a performer, he has many years of experience playing the saxophone in several of Norway’s leading amateur wind orchestras.

Geregistreerd tijdens ECWO European Championship for Wind Orchestras May 20 – 21, 2016

In The Great Hall of TivoliVredenburg, Utrecht, the Netherlands door Mirasound Media Services.

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Christiania Blåseensemble (CBE) is a wind band attached to the Norwegian Academy of Music. The musicians in the orchestra are all music-students at this school, but CBE does all the organization themselves.

CBE performs concerts in various genres, and in recent years they have cooperated with the greatest conductors in Norway. CBE is a wind band without a regular rehearsal plan or a conductor. They work with different conductors for each project, although some conductors (e.g. Bjarte Engeset) have visited CBE more than once.

Conductor Bjarte Engeset graduated from the Sibelius-Academy in 1989. In his final examination, he received the highest grade, which was the best grade in the history of the Sibelius-Academy. Two years later, Engeset was invited to the famous conductor- seminar in Tanglewood, USA. He has conducted most of Norway’s professional wind bands, and has also conducted concerts all over Europe.

Geregistreerd tijdens ECWO European Championship for Wind Orchestras May 20 – 21, 2016

In The Great Hall of TivoliVredenburg, Utrecht, the Netherlands door Mirasound Media Services.

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ECWO 2016: Cerebral Vortex – Øyvind Moe

ECWO 2016: Cerebral Vortex – Øyvind Moe

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Founded in 1830, Civica Filarmonica di Lugano is the oldest Lugano Association. Throughout its history it has had a succession of significant moments and awards. Civica Filarmonica di Lugano consists of 80 musicians and is considered the best Swiss symphonic wind orchestra. Its acknowledged ability to constantly open new musical horizons is attested by its repertoire of more than 1,200 pieces.

Conductor Franco Cesarini attended the Basle Conservatory where he majored in flute, theory, composition, and conducting. He has won several competitions, including the first prize in the Swiss national soloist competition. In 1984, he was awarded a scholarship by the Ernst Göhner-Migros Foundation.

Currently, Cesarini is professor of wind band conducting and music theory at the Lugano University of Applied Sciences and Arts. Since 1998, he has been the principal conductor of the symphonic wind orchestra “Civica Filarmonica di Lugano” and since 2011 he conducts the “Wind Orchestra of Southern Switzerland”. He has received several awards, including the composition prize from Pro Helvetia (the Swiss foundation for culture).

Each orchestra will play a programme of 45 – 60 minutes, including the test piece “Cerebral Vortex”. This composition was written by Øyvind Moe. He composed this for Musikkforeningen Nidarholm for their participation in the World Music Contest in Kerkrade (2009, NL). The composition is published by Norsk Noteservice.

The title refers to a form of writer’s block caused not by lack of ideas, but rather by the inability to channel and give form to the madness swirling inside the head of someone with a great desire to express something. In this respect, the piece can be said to be a composer’s exercise in keeping focus. A limited amount of material is repeated and treated creating a development that always has a solid anchor point. This is emphasized by the return to the opening theme towards the end.

Moe’s musical background lies in the bands of his home town of Bergen, Norway. He studied composition at the Norwegian Academy of Music, where his teachers included Bjørn Kruse, Henrik Hellstenius, Lasse Thoresen, Asbjørn Schaathun, and Olav Anton Thommesen. He also studied musicology and music technology at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), as well as software development at the Bergen University College.As a performer, he has many years of experience playing the saxophone in several of Norway’s leading amateur wind orchestras.

Geregistreerd tijdens ECWO European Championship for Wind Orchestras May 20 – 21, 2016

In The Great Hall of TivoliVredenburg, Utrecht, the Netherlands door Mirasound Media Services.

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ECWO 2016: Cerebral Vortex – Øyvind Moe

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Jazeps Medins Riga Music Secondary School’s Symphonic Wind Band, founded in 1927, is one of the oldest symphonic wind bands in Latvia. They established a training orchestra in 1947.

Over the past five years, the orchestra has become a serious player among the Latvian amateur wind orchestras. Under the guidance of conductors Janis Retenais and Andis Karelis, the orchestra has set high achievements and goals.

Since 2010, the orchestra participates in the international “Riga BRASS SYMPOSIUM” closing concert and the Baltic brass band and ensemble forum. Also, the orchestra regularly produces a variety of Christmas programmes in collaboration with the JMRMV’s choir, as well as the Republic Day programme.

The orchestra is an excellent practice tool for future wind orchestra conductors, as in the 4th year of school, those students studying orchestral conducting, have the experience of working with this orchestra.

Each orchestra will play a programme of 45 – 60 minutes, including the test piece “Cerebral Vortex”. This composition was written by Øyvind Moe. He composed this for Musikkforeningen Nidarholm for their participation in the World Music Contest in Kerkrade (2009, NL). The composition is published by Norsk Noteservice.

The title refers to a form of writer’s block caused not by lack of ideas, but rather by the inability to channel and give form to the madness swirling inside the head of someone with a great desire to express something. In this respect, the piece can be said to be a composer’s exercise in keeping focus. A limited amount of material is repeated and treated creating a development that always has a solid anchor point. This is emphasized by the return to the opening theme towards the end.

Moe’s musical background lies in the bands of his home town of Bergen, Norway. He studied composition at the Norwegian Academy of Music, where his teachers included Bjørn Kruse, Henrik Hellstenius, Lasse Thoresen, Asbjørn Schaathun, and Olav Anton Thommesen. He also studied musicology and music technology at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), as well as software development at the Bergen University College.As a performer, he has many years of experience playing the saxophone in several of Norway’s leading amateur wind orchestras.

Geregistreerd tijdens ECWO European Championship for Wind Orchestras May 20 – 21, 2016

In The Great Hall of TivoliVredenburg, Utrecht, the Netherlands door Mirasound Media Services.

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