SYMPHONY NO 1, Op.21

Sorin Lerescu: SYMPHONY NO 1 (1984), Op.21
Oltenia Philharmonic Orchestra – Craiova, Romania, conductor: Theodor Costin. Edited: Bucharest: Editura Muzicală, 1988; Double CD “Sorin Lerescu – Simfonii / Symphonies”, Star Media Music, 2008

 

Sorin Lerescu: Modalis IV

Sorin Lerescu: Modalis IV for flute and flute ensemble, Op.80 (world premiere; SIMN 2017 commission)
27.05.2017, 11:00 am, 27th International Week of New Music, National University of Music Bucharest, Auditorium Hall
Soloist & conductor: Ion Bogdan Ștefănescu
“Flaut Power” Ensemble: Vincențiu Mantu, Elena Greciuc, Lorena Palade, Dávid Borzási, Cristina Grigore, Emöke Burján, Isabella Matei, Carla Stoleru, Teodora Iliescu, Amalia Aldea

Round Table on the topic of “Teaching composition in the 21st century” – Sofia, Bulgaria, 07.04.2017

European workshop for students of composition
6-8 April 2017
National Academy of Music “Prof. Pantcho Vladigerov”
Sofia, Bulgaria
07.04.2107, Friday, 14:00 – Hall No 48
ROUND TABLE OF THE TOPIC OF
“Teaching composition in the 21st century”
with the participation of: Giuseppe Colardo, Sonia Bo (Milan), Sorin Lerescu (Bucharest), Krassimir Taskov, Velislav Zaimov (Sofia), Dmitro Shchyrytsia (Kiev), Ivan Violic (Zagreb)

MEMIM Encyclopedia: Sorin Lerescu

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Sorin Lerescu
Sorin Lerescu ( born November 14, 1953 in Craiova, Dolj county ) is a Romanian composer.

Lerescu studied at the National University of Music Bucharest in Tiberiu Olah and Anatol Vieru and then with Ton de Leeuw, Brian Ferneyhough and Morton Feldman.

In 1982 he founded the Group for Contemporary Music TRAIECT. Since 1997 he is the artistic director and founder of the festival Întîlnirile Muzicii Noi in Brăila. Between 2003-2013 President of the Romanian Branch of the International Society for Contemporary Music ( ISCM ). He is also a member of the Société des auteurs, Compositeurs éditeurs et de Musique ( SACEM ) and the Romanian Union of Composers and Musicologists.

Since 1983 he has headed the music section of the People’s University ” Ioan I. Dalles ” of Bucharest and taught counterpoint, harmony and musical analysis on Dinu Lipatti Music High School. Since 2002, he taught counterpoint and composition at the Faculty of Arts, Spiru Haret University in Bucharest.

In 2001, he was a composition seminar at the Istituto Musicale ” Achille Peri ” of Reggio Emilia. In 2003 he was a member of the international jury for the award of the composition prize of the Fondazione Valentino Bucchi in Rome, where he took a master class in composition. Member of the International Jury of the ISCM -CASH Young Composer Award 2006 in Stuttgart ( Germany ). President of the International Jury for composition in Plovdiv (Bulgaria ) (2008 ) and member of the International Jury for composition in Sofia ( Bulgaria) ( 2010, 2013 ) and Curitiba ( Brazil) ( 2011).

2004 and 2009 he was artistic director of the Săptămâna Internationala a Muzicii Noi in Bucharest. Between 2005-2012, he led International Festival MERIDIAN, Zilele SNR – SIMC in Bucharest.

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Sorin Lerescu: GEÖFFNETE AUGEN for instrumental ensemble (2007), Op.60

Sorin Lerescu: GEÖFFNETE AUGEN for instrumental ensemble (2007), Op.60 19.05.2007, Sibiu, Thalia Hall of the State Philharmonic of Sibiu, International instrumental ensemble conducted by Dorel Pașcu-Rădulescu. Commissioned by the Romanian Ministry of Culture and Religious Affairs and of the Union of Romanian Composers and Musicologists for Sibiu – Hermannstadt – European Capital of Culture 2007.