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Fri, Mar 29 2019 7:30 PM

660 Lomita Dr, Stanford, CA 94305
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sounds from behind the (absent) walls

Ostap Manulyak presents a program of works by contemporary Ukrainian composers and asks a question about real/imaginative/forgotten walls: Do they (still) mark our internal and external space?

Fri, Mar 29, 7:30pm
CCRMA Stage, The Knoll
FREE and Open to the Public

Ostap Manulyak, born 1983 in Lviv, is an Ukrainian composer, performer and organiser of different artistic initiatives. He is a Ph.D. and docent (assist. prof.) in the Composition Department of the Lviv Music Academy. Manulyak studied composition at the Lviv Music Academy (with prof. Viktor Kaminsky) and also took part in many master-classes of new music leaded by such composers as: Samuel Andreyev (Canada), Carola Bauckholt (Germany), Stefano Gervasoni (Italy), Sergej Newski (Russia-Germany), Serhiy Pilyutikov (Ukraine), Boguslaw Schäffer (Poland), Gerhard Stäbler (Germany) and others. In 2009, he received the LODA and Ukrainian Academy of Science Award and in 2010 the Levko Revutsky award in composition. Manulyak was a fellow of Gaude Polonia Program twice. In 2006, he studied composition at the Krakow Music Academy with prof. Zbigniew Bujarski. In 2011, he worked at the Studio of Electroacoustic Music (SME) at Krakow Music Academy and studied electroacoustic music with prof. Marek Choloniewski. Ostap Manulyak is a co-founder of Art Association NURT, director of the Festival of electroacoustic music VOX ELECTRONICA and Experimental Educational Studio of Electroacoustic Music (EESEM) of Lviv Music Academy. Currently, he is visiting the Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustic (CCRMA) of Stanford University (California) as Fulbright fellow.

Cost: FREE