Kari Besharse


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For haegum, flute, clarinet/bass clarinet, trombone, percussion and piano.

Written for ensemble mise-en and Soo Yeon Lyuh, premiered at the Cell in New York City on December 6, 2017.

The piece that taught me how difficult it is to compose with a one year-old and full teaching schedule.

See if you can guess the musical inspiration behind the piece.

Author: kbesh

Kari Besharse is a composer of both electroacoustic and acoustic music. She is interested in finding new ways to combine and share ideas and materials between the two mediums through a cross-fertilization of processes and ideas. Inspired by the sounds and processes inherent in the natural world, timbre, texture, and sound are essential players in her works, which are often generated from a group of sonic objects or material archetypes that undergo processes of rupture, degradation, alternation, and expansion.

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