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Martin Klusák


started with classical music composition through sound and musical work for the film industry. He is engaged in filmmaking since 2006 as a FAMU (Film and TV School of Academy of Performing Arts in Prague) student and eventually as an independent sound designer. In 2010 he started studying HAMU, under the tutorship of Ivana Loudová. Despite the fact that his early works are inspired by the visual element and their form resembles free fantasies, his current work stands on rigorous musical and mathematical concepts, and is close to minimalistic and polyrhythmic thinking. The orchestral part of the In paradisum piece is - thanks to the strict physical order, which defines rhythmical, harmonic and space parameters of the piece – the most conceptually sophisticated outcome of the composer’s efforts. Among his most significant competition successes counts the 2011 award for the best Czech electroacoustic piece in the competition Musica Nova (Engineer Charon) and in 2012 the main prize in the international competition of the Prague Philharmonic Choir (Psalm 57, to be performed by PPC 2/6 2014).

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