In defense of grey areas (2012) for violin and chamber orchestra
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The following piece is comprised of one long movement lasting approximately fifteen minutes and is scored for a violin soloist and a chamber orchestra. Initially conceived as a concerto, the work explores the interactivity between the soloist and the ensemble as well as general concepts such as alignment, transition, contrast and harmonic tension. The title refers to a personal struggle to both do away with greyness in harmony and musical surfaces, as well as to integrate grey areas as alternative solutions to a more dichotomous view of both music and human life.
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