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Marcelo Chacur Politano

Concert Music

Roots (2021)

 

Performed by the Ensemble for New Music Tallinn at the #4 Commute Festival promoted by the Estonian Academy of Music and Theater.
Conductor: Arash Yazdani

The piece is part of a larger cycle composed for flute, clarinet, violin, viola, violoncello, electronics and visuals entitled "Flying Rivers" (Lendavad Jõed)

Yaraví (2022)

 

Work for quena flute solo performed by Marcelo Politano at the Estonian Academy of Music and Theater.

The piece was composed during the doctoral studies of Marcelo Politano at the Sibelius Academy (Finland) and the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre (Estonia).

Fandango na Mata (2021)

 

Performed by the Revelia String Orchestra at Great Hall of the Estonian Academy of Music and Theater.
Conductor: Eladio Barreto Aguillar

The piece was composed during the doctoral studies of Marcelo Politano at the Sibelius Academy (Finland) and the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre (Estonia).

Veins of the Earth (2015)

Short orchestral piece composed for the Symfonieorkest Conservatorium van Amsterdam. Performed at the Muziekgebouw in Amsterdam.
Conductor: Bas Wiegers

Divertimento for 20 saxophones and percussion  (2018)

 

Piece comissioned by the Grachtenfestival and Arno Bornkamp for the Saxophone Ensemble of the Conservatorium van Amsterdam. Performed at the Muziekgebouw in Amsterdam.
Conductor: Juanpe Luna

Samburá (2017)

for Japanese Sho and Brazilian Pífano Flute.

 

Composed for the occasion of the Composers Festival 2017 in Amsterdam.
Performed at the Orgel Park (Amsterdam) by Naomi Sato (Sho) and Marcelo Politano (Pífano)

Gingas nº2: Peabiru (2017)

Composed for occasion of the 'Evening of Today 5', promoted by the Nieuw Ensemble (Netherlands) in 2017. The piece was composed for the Nieuw Ensemble plus two quena flute players.
Performed by Nieuw Ensemble + Marcelo Politano (quena) and Gabriel Milliet (quena) at the Muziekgebouw in Amsterdam.

Conductor: Ryan Bancroft

Vento Encantado (2018)

 

Solo piano piece selected by the juri of the 2nd Brazilian Contemporary Music Festival Edino Krieger, held in Florianópolis in 2018.

Performance: Lídia Bazarian

Romeiral (2015)

 

Composed for a chamber quartet as a final piece for the classes of 'contemporary music through non western techniques' at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam.  Performed by:

Bela Horvat: Violin / Carlos Añez: Flute / Daniel Yiau: Bass Clarinet / João Simões: Vibrafone, crotales
Conductor: Marcelo Politano

Scherzo for 3 (2016)

 

1 minute piece written in 2016 for the first call for scores from the 'Tin Whistle Project' conducted by the Irish composer Darragh Kearn Hayes. Performed by Sarah Jeffery at New Music Arena, Conservatorium Van Amsterdam, Bernard Haitinkzaal, 10 March 2016

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