Robin de Raaff - Der Einsame im Herbst, Flute Concerto, Megumi-Suite
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Cat No: KTC1525
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 11th December 2015
ArtistsMarieke Franssen (flute)
Eva van Grinsven (saxophone)
ConductorsArie van Beek
Maarten van Veen
Robin de Raaff is of the generation of Dutch composers emerging in the nineties. He first studied composition with Geert van Keulen and later at the Amsterdam Conservatory with Theo Loevendie, graduating cum laude in 1997. In 1999 De Raaff had the special privilege of being invited to work as George Benjamin’s only composition student at the Royal College of Music in London where he also studied with Julian Anderson.
In 2000 De Raaff was invited to the renowned Tanglewood Music Center as the ‘Senior Composition Fellow’ which was the beginning of an ongoing relationship resulting in a series of commissions (Piano Concerto for the Festival of Contemporary Music and Entangled Tales for the Boston Symphony Orchestra) and performances of his septet Ennea’s Domein and Un Visage d’Emprunt. For 2015 De Raaff was commissioned to compose a Fanfare dedicated to the 75th Anniversary of the Tanglewood Music Center.
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