Julián Quintero Silva
Julián Quintero Silva (EC) – Vier Klavierstücke
Julián Quintero Silva über sein piano piece „Vier Klavierstücke“:
„This cycle consists of four highly compressed pieces for piano. Each piece has its own energy, character, gesture and color, as well as its individual dramatic course. However, they are built on what I like to think of as „trespassed“ material, which crosses them horizontally and bidirectionally. This sort of interconnection and mutual shaping among the pieces creates an interdependent relationship.
Even though the pieces are explicitly pianistic, they entail a conspicuous chamber and orchestral music spirit.
This composition was particularly inspired by Beethoven´s 3rd and 7th symphonies. Aspects like the abruptness of the dynamics, the gnarly repetitions, but furthermore its unconventional rareness, radicality and existential deepness, expressed within moments like the beginning of the so called „coda“ of the 7th symphony´s first movement, which for me resembles something else rather than music. All that has been kindly invited to infect this four piano pieces.“
Piano piece „Vier Klavierstücke“ – Aufführungen:
Julián Quintero Silva (*1983)
Julián Quintero Silva (b.1983, Quito, Ecuador) is an Ecuadorian composer. He studied music composition in Germany, at the University of the Arts in Bremen with Younghi Pagh Paan, and at the Hochschule für Musik und Tanz in Cologne with Johannes Schöllhorn. In 2013 he won the Théodore-Gouvy-Prize of the Eurodistrict SaarMoselle for his orchestra piece „Eres el mar inasible“. From October 2014 to March 2015 he was a scholar at the Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris. Julián Quintero Silva has received commisions from the City of Cologne, the German Radio Philharmonic Saarbrücken Kaiserslautern, the Chamber Orchestra Ricercare and the Ensamble Música Nueva of La Paz, Bolivia. He is currently based in Bremen, Germany.