Welcome to the Homepage of Composer and Music Theorist Adrian Kleinlosen.


Current

05/06/2021: Listen to three of my pieces within the next two weeks:

»Jazz: Fetzen« will be performed by James Aylward this Saturday, May 8th at 8 PM (CEST) on Youtube; »Paroxysmen« will be premiered by Martin Steuber (git), Ermis Theodorakis (harpsichord), and Johannes Cotta (perc) this Sunday, May 9th at 6 PM (CEST) on Youtube. Both pieces are performed as part of the online festival »forma Leipzig 10+1«. You can access the festival via this link:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1b534MFbx-k1sEXxfdWlZw , and you can find more information on  http://forma-leipzig.de/

»mv1:i-e« will pe performed on May 15th at 3 PM (CEST) as part of the Klingt Gut! KLG 2020/21 5th International Symposium on Sonic Art and Spatial Audio. Tickets are available online on https://www.klg-tenor-21.de

Besides, watch out for my essay »Komponieren mit Strukturen im 21. Jahrhundert« which will be published in Musik & Ästhetik in July.


09/15/2020: You can read a conversation between composer Karin Wetzel and me on the topic of »Polytemporality in Music« here:

https://www.schloss-wiepersdorf.de/de/showcasereader/polytemporalit%C3%A4t-in-der-musik.html

The language is either German or English.


08/26/2020: Listen to my Podcast on structural composing »Strukturelles Komponieren«. The language of the podcast is German.
Either here:
or here:

04/24/2020: Listen to an interview between the Re:Flux 14.5 Festival in Moncton, Canada and me on Radio Reflux between May 18th and 24th @ www.festivalreflux.com/radioreflux-2020

12/29/2019: A stereo version of my piece »mv1:i-e« (originally for a four speaker setup) can be listened to here:

https://soundcloud.com/adriankleinlosen/mv1i-e-2019-electronic-music-originally-in-4-channels


CV

Adrian Kleinlosen, born 1987 in Germany, composer, music theorist, musician.    Studies of Jazz Trombone 2007 – 2011 in Graz, Austria; Master of Arts in Composition 2011 – 2013 in Lucerne, Switzerland; postgraduate studies in Composition in Leipzig, Germany, with Claus-Steffen Mahnkopf 2013 – 2015. Doctoral student in musicology since 2015, funded by the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung since 2018. Publication of several articles since 2014.  Concerts as a trombone player in Europe, Asia, and USA, participation in CD productions, competitions, prizes, scholarships. Scholarships as a composer from the Anna-Ruths Foundation, the Culture Foundation of the Free State of Saxony, the Konrad Adenauer Foundation, the State of Schleswig-Holstein, the State of Brandenburg, and the State of Niedersachsen.