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Maja Cerar

Il repertorio della violinista Maja Cerar spazia dal barocco al presente, e la sua esperienza scenica comprende esibizioni con elettronica dal vivo, teatro e danza. Dal suo debutto nella Zürich Tonhalle nel 1991, si è esibita a livello internazionale come solista con orchestre e ha tenuto recital con artisti illustri. Ha suonato in festival come il "Young Artist in Concert" di Davos, il Festival Gidon Kremer di Lockenhaus, l'ISCM World Music Days a Lubiana, l'ICMC (Singapore, Barcellona, New York, Texas), SEAMUS (Texas, Arizona, Florida), il festival "Viva Vivaldi" a Città del Messico e numerosi altri. Nel 2016 è stata la protagonista del New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival, un evento della New York Philharmonic Biennial.
I suoi lavori collaborativi sono stati protagonisti del simposio "Re: New Frontiers of Creativity" in occasione del 250 ° anniversario della Columbia University e del festival "LITSK" presso la Princeton University. Dal 2014 ha anche creato le sue opere, promosse dal Tribeca Hacks del Tribeca Film Institute e dal Future Music Lab all'Atlantic Music Festival, coinvolgendo robot e sensori di movimento indossabili.
Maja Cerar ha debuttato e registrato numerosi lavori scritti e dedicati a lei. Ha lavorato con molti compositori, tra cui Jean-Baptiste Barrière, Sebastian Currier, R. Luke DuBois, Beat Furrer, Elizabeth Hoffman, György Kurtág, Alvin Lucier, Katharine Norman, Yoshiaki Onishi, Morton Subotnick e John Zorn. Si è diplomata al Conservatorio di Zurigo-Winterthur e ha conseguito un dottorato di ricerca. in Musicologia storica della Columbia University, dove è attualmente membro della facoltà di performance musicale. www.majacerar.com 


Maja Cerar

Violinist Maja Cerar's repertoire ranges from the Baroque to the present, and her stage experience includes performances with live electronics as well as theater and dance. Since her debut in the Zürich Tonhalle in 1991, she has performed internationally as a soloist with orchestras and given recitals with distinguished artists.  She has played at festivals such as the Davos "Young Artist in Concert," Gidon Kremer's Lockenhaus Festival, the ISCM World Music Days in Ljubljana, the ICMC (Singapore, Barcelona, New York, Texas), SEAMUS (Texas, Arizona, Florida), the "Viva Vivaldi" festival in Mexico City, and numerous others.  In 2016, she was the featured performer at the New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival, an event of the New York Philharmonic Biennial.
Her collaborative works have been featured at the "Re: New Frontiers of Creativity" symposium celebrating the 250th anniversary of Columbia University and "LITSK" festival at Princeton University.  Since 2014 she has also created her own works, fostered by The Tribeca Film Institute’s “Tribeca Hacks” and by the Future Music Lab at the Atlantic Music Festival, involving robotics and wearable motion sensors. Maja Cerar has premiered and recorded numerous works written for and dedicated to her.  She has worked with many composers, including Jean-Baptiste Barrière, Sebastian Currier, R. Luke DuBois, Beat Furrer, Elizabeth Hoffman, György Kurtág, Alvin Lucier, Katharine Norman, Yoshiaki Onishi, Morton Subotnick, and John Zorn.  She graduated from the Zurich-Winterthur Conservatory and earned a Ph.D. in Historical Musicology from Columbia University, where she is currently a member of the Music performance faculty.  
www.majacerar.com