Vladimir Rannev, 'Why Politics Needs Music, And Music Needs Politics"
25.04.2015, 14:00 Saturday
Program: [SOUND AROUND]
Included in: [Sound around Kaliningrad 2015]
Place: Art platform УVorotaФ (Sackheim Gate)
Curator: [Danil Akimov]
Politics uses music as an instrument to manipulate human will and collective unconscious. This lecture is dedicated to goals and forms which such a usе can take.
Date and time: 25 April 2015, 14:00
Contacts: Andrey Efits, +7 (921) 263-56-00, +7 (4012) 60-43-29, firstname.lastname@example.org
Vladimir Rannev (St. Petersburg, Russia)
Studied composition with Boris Tishchenko at the St. Petersburg Conservatoire, graduating in 2003, and electronic music with Hans Ulrich Humpert in Cologne between 2003 and 2005. In 2007 he was composer-in-residence at the University of Durham. His many accolades include the Martirano Award from the University of Illinois in 2009 and the Gianni Bergamo Award in 2010. His music is performed throughout Europe and the United States, notably by the Russian State Academic Symphony Orchestra, De Volharding, Intégrales, and many other ensembles.