Justina Repeckaite

Justina RepeckaiteJustina Repeckaite is a young Lithuanian composer and vocal improviser based in Paris. Her great interest in the medieval culture leads her musical pursuits to geometrical and mathematical concepts. Justina was pursuing career in both visual arts and music, however she decided to concentrate on composition and studied at Lithuanian Music and Theatre Academy (prof. O.Balakauskas, R.Kabelis) and Conservatoire of Paris (prof. S.Gervasoni) where she also attended contemporary and medieval music improvisation classes as a singer. Now she is taking composition classes with Jean-Luc Hervé. Justina’s piece Chartres for string orchestra become recommended work at the 60th edition of the International Rostrum of Composers in 2013 and won the Best Debut prize of the year in Lithuania. Her music is played by Soloists of Ensemble InterContemporain, Ensemble 2e2m, Ensemble WARN!NG and by Moscow Contemporary Music Ensemble.

WEBSITE: www.justinarepeckaite.eu

LISTEN: Pulsus Flatus Vox for ensemble
Premiered at CENTQUATRE-PARIS the 5th July 2014
by Soloists of Ensemble InterContemporain

Sophie Cherrier – Flute, Alto Flute
Alain Billard – Clarinet, Bass Clarinet
Jean-Christophe Vervoitte – French Horn
Jean-Jacques Goudon – Trumpet
Jérôme Naulais – Trombone

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