for viola and electronics (2012)

World Premier at the Atelier concert of Cursus 1 IRCAM : Noémie Bialobroda (viola) Keita Matsumiya (electronic) Mikhail Malt (technic assistant)

When I write a piece for solo instrument or small size of chamber music, I always start by looking for the “nature” of each instrument. Reading of the treaties of instrumentation, reading scores, and exchanges with musicians involved in the construction of my work. What inspired me this time is the 24 Caprices of Paganini. As Brahms and Schumann, I am interested in his musical figures, body gestures of the musician and his instrument research. In relation to music perception, the proportions of envelopes or non-linear linear existed in various musical events have been particularly involved in the development of this study. As compositional technics, OpenMusic allowed me to generate certain proportions of envelope curve of three dimensions. This visualization has allowed me to create musical figures in the score and the electronics in real time and offline.


adaptation for hybride viola (2015)

Adaptation premier for hybride viola and Belgian premier at the Ars Musica 2015 : Maxime Dessert (viola) Keita Matsumiya (electronic) Hiromi Watanabe (technic assistant)

Program :
Penderecki : Cadenza
Elliott Carter : Fragment 4
C.Thoulen : ἐπαıνέω (épaïnéô), (world premier)
Philippe Hersant : La Pavane
G.Ligeti : Hora Lungà, premier mouvement la sonate
Keita Matsumiya : Caprice (adapation for hybrid viola and premier in Belgian)