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


06/21/2022: You can listen to my new electronic piece »mv2:k« on Soundcloud: 


It is recommended to listen with headphones. The material of the piece consists solely of voice recordings of the Biblical Creation Story, read by seven people in seven different languages: Nina Barzegar (Farsi), Bianca Bongers (Dutch), Sean Keenan (English), Adrian Kleinlosen (German), Asaf Ophir (Hebrew), Jacques Zafra (Spanish), Rita Zhang (Chinese).
The piece was composed with OpenMusic, Csound, EmissionControl2, ProTools, dearVR PRO, and various other plugins.

03/15/2022: My dissertation on the topic of musical morphology has been published by Wolke Verlag:  https://www.wolke-verlag.de/musikbuecher/adrian-kleinlosen-morphologie-in-der-musik/

A score follower video of my piece »Paroxysmen« can be seen and heard on Youtube:   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xJcB7bHPxzs  The performers are Martin Steuber, steel string guitar, Ermis Theodorakis, harpsichord, and Johannes Cotta, percussion instruments.

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.

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