Tomer Kviatek - Freshly Composed/Centre de Musique de Chambre de Paris

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09/07/2018
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Tomer Kviatek - Freshly Composed/Centre de Musique de Chambre de Paris

<p><strong>HOW I GOT INTO MUSIC</strong></p><p>My name is Tomer Kviatek. I&nbsp;was born on 12th June 2001, in Tel Aviv, Israel.&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>Ever since kindergarten, I loved playing the xylophone. I&#39;ve started composing melodies with the 8-keys-instrument. In my grandparents&#39; house, there was an old piano, and every time we visited there, I played my melodies from the xylophone. My parents noticed that I have something special about my playing and asked me if I wanted to take piano lessons. I agreed and started playing a few months later, and I never stopped.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>In my first concert, after 6 months of playing, I played 4 pieces, from which one was an original piece of mine. Ever since I started playing, composing has stood beside me as well, I&#39;ve never stop loving it just as much as interpreting.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>In my first recital, after 1 year of playing, I performed a number of original pieces of mine, as well as pieces by other composers.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><strong>HOW I GOT IN TOUCH WITH THE CHAMBER MUSIC CENTER OF PARIS</strong></p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>Ever since 2013, I&#39;ve been participating in the summer course &quot;Musica Mundi&quot;, a chamber music course in Brussels, in which Jerome Pernoo (director of the Chamber Music Center of Paris) has been a teacher at, from 2016.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>In 2016, I performed there with my piano quintet, Jerome listened to the performance and was very impressed. A year later, in the 2017 anniversary of the course, he asked me if I had composed more pieces. We sat for a few hours while I played for him pieces of mine. He was truly impressed with my compositions and told me about his center. He told me about the Freshly Composed project and proposed that I&nbsp;will take part in the next season.&nbsp;I immediately thought that it will be&nbsp;a great honor to play my compositions in front of an audience, and agreed to participate. And so, on March 8th, 9th and 10th, I have performed the first movement of my piano sonata, in the Salle Cortot hall in Paris.</p><p><img width="100%" alt="" src="https://d3v4jsc54141g1.cloudfront.net/uploads/project_image/image/495728/20525797_1416974945057764_5316021872265454208_n-1520889059.jpg" />Playing in Musica Mundi, 2017.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>Additionally, Jeorme told me about a concert series of&nbsp;the center&#39;s third season (2017-2018),&nbsp;&quot;Forbidden for Composer over 16&quot;. The program revolves around pieces which were written by composers at the age of 16, such as Mahler Quartet and Mendelssohn Octet. Jerome specified that he had&nbsp;five minutes left in the program, and he wanted&nbsp;me to compose a piece specially for this&nbsp;concert. That was the first time someone has invited a piece of mine, and I was much honored to be asked a thing like that. I agreed on the spot to the invitation, and started forming ideas for a chamber work straight away.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>And thus, my Quartet &quot;Dance of the Sacrificial Altar&quot; for piano and strings, is being performed in the Salle Cortot hall in Paris by professional musicians, as part of the program, 9 concerts. That is a real dream come true, and I am so happy Jerome has given me this opportunity.</p><p><iframe src="https://cdn.embedly.com/widgets/media.html?src=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fembed%2FWRLjRB0GmpA%3Ffeature%3Doembed&amp;url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fwatch%3Fv%3DWRLjRB0GmpA&amp;image=https%3A%2F%2Fi.ytimg.com%2Fvi%2FWRLjRB0GmpA%2Fhqdefault.jpg&amp;key=8b7d8dd6504d41af9a77662672aabc2a&amp;type=text%2Fhtml&amp;schema=youtube" width="500" height="281" scrolling="no" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen=""></iframe>Dance of the Sacrificial Altar, performed in Salle Cortot on 09/03/2018 by Ryo Kojima (violin),&nbsp;Violaine Despeyroux (viola),&nbsp;Caroline Sypniewska (cello) and&nbsp;Natasha Roque Alsina (piano).</p>

Allocation of funds

<p>My next project of composing, is a four-movement piano trio for piano and strings. If I reach my crowdfunding goal, this piece will be sent to be played in the Freshly Composed concert in Salle Cortot on 07/02/2019.&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>The Goal funds:</p><p>- Salaries for musicians (230 euros for 3 musicians - 690 euros).</p><p>- Plane tickets for Paris and back to Israel.</p><p>- Accommodation.</p><p>- Hiring&nbsp;a cameraman.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>If we exceed the goal provided and we reach to 2000 euros, I&#39;ll be able to compose a violin sonata as well by the end of 2018!</p>

Rewards

€10

Thank you! The reward is getting a personal "thank you" email.

€25

  • 1 contribution
Thank you! The reward is getting an autographed photo of me with a personal handwritten dedication (also by email).

Estimated delivery: July 2018

€50

  • 1 contribution
Thank you! The reward is getting a recording of the trio (by email) after it'll be performed at the concert on 07/02/2019.

Estimated delivery: February 2019

€75

Thank you! The reward is getting a PDF file of one of my pieces by email.

Estimated delivery: July 2018

€120

  • 2 contributions
Thank you! The reward is receiving a PDF file of the movement I have performed at the Freshly Composed presentation by email.

Estimated delivery: July 2018

€300

Thank you! The reward is receiving a PDF file of the trio when it's finished by email.

Estimated delivery: February 2019

€750

Thank you! The trio is dedicated to you, your name will be written on the score! And receiving a PDF file of the trio when it's finished by email.

Estimated delivery: February 2019

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