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Huba de Graaff

Huba de Graaff

Huba de Graaff


Huba de Graaff - composer, Amsterdam 1959. Studied sonology in Utrecht and composition at the Royal Conservatory in the Hague with Gilius van Bergeijk, Louis Andriessen, Frederic Rzewski, Dick Raaymakers, Walter Zimmermann. She graduated with ‘distinction’. Played in several popgroups (‘Transister’ with Robert-Jan Stips and ‘The Tapes’). She works with computers from the very beginning (’80). The experimental opera she wrote with writer Read more on Last.fm
Huba de Graaff - composer, Amsterdam 1959. Studied sonology in Utrecht and composition at the Royal Conservatory in the Hague with Gilius van Bergeijk, Louis Andriessen, Frederic Rzewski, Dick Raaymakers, Walter Zimmermann. She graduated with ‘distinction’. Played in several popgroups (‘Transister’ with Robert-Jan Stips and ‘The Tapes’). She works with computers from the very beginning (’80). The experimental opera she wrote with writer Erik-Ward Geerlings for singing and moving loudspeakers ‘Lautsprecher Arnolt’ (2004) performed by Marien Jongewaard has toured succesfully for a long period, and was even performed in Teheran-Iran. ‘The Death of Poppaea’ (2006) also with Erik-Ward Geerlings– an opera for soprano (Caroline Cartens) and actor (Hans Dagelet) + Rotterdams Philharmonic Orchestra (recorded) and ‘Orkest de Volharding’ was evenso positively received by the dutch press. Recently she wrote an electronic piece for the 25th jubilee of the Mondriaan String Quartet in 2007. See also: http://www.euronet.nl/~hubiware/HomeHuba.html Read more on Last.fm.

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