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Streich, Lisa

LASTER (2018–2019)
concerto for motorised piano and orchestra
motorised piano – 2.2.2.2 – 2.2.2.1 – 2perc – hp.pf – 8.6.4.4.3
Duration: 20' 
WP: WDR Symphony Orchestra Cologne, 12.05.2019

FRANCESCA (2016–2019)
for ensemble 
fl.ob.cl.perc.pf.vl.vla.vc
Duration: 25'
WP: ensemble recherche, 13.09.2019

CIVIL SONGS (2018)
for 32 voices
chr
Duration: 14'
WP: Eric Ericson Chamber Choir, Swedish Radio Choir, 27.10.2018

MANTEL (2018)
for string orchestra and 2 percussion
2perc – 6.5.4.3.1
Duration: 20'
WP: Munich Chamber Orchestra, 13.12.2018

SEGEL (2016–2017)
for orchestra
3.3.3.3 – 6.4.3.1 – 5perc – hp.pf –16.14.12.10.8
Duration: 12'
WP: Orchestra of the Lucerne Festival Academy, 02.09.2017

ALV
(2013)
for orchestra
2.2.2.cbsn – 4.2.3.1 – timp.2perc – hp – 12.10.8.6.5
Duration: 8'
WP: Norrköping Symphony Orchestra, 24.04.2014
Lisa Streich, born in Sweden in 1985, studied composition with Johannes Schöllhorn as well as organ with Margareta Hürholz at the Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln, with Adriana Hölszky at the Universität Mozarteum Salzburg, and with Mauro Lanza at IRCAM Paris.

She has received numerous awards, including the International Ernst von Siemens Composers’ Prize and the Roche Young Commission Prize by the Lucerne Festival. Recently, WERGO and KAIROS released portrait albums with her music. ”I am interested in everything that exists in life and everything that belongs to it: beauty, ugliness, religion, superficiality and cruelty”, says Streich about her work inspirations.

Upcoming commissions include her new work FRANCESCA for ensemble recherche and Klangspuren Schwaz 2019, another new work for Hofkapelle Munich commissioned by the Kölner Philharmonie, and a new string quartet for Quatuor Diotima, commissioned by Shizuoka Concert Hall.

In 2019, Lisa Streich has been selected as one of the laureates of ricordilab.

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