Martin Gendelman

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The creative work of Martín Gendelman (b.1976) touches on both the acoustic and electronic domains and includes compositions for solo performer, chamber groups, and orchestra, as well as many cross-disciplinary works and installations (primarily with dance, video, and theatre). Over the past decade, his music has been performed across the Americas, Europe, and the Middle East by the Da Capo Chamber Players, the Meitar Ensemble (Israel), the Boston New Music Initiative, Mise-En Ensemble,  the Orquesta Sinfónica del Neuquén (Argentina), and many other chamber groups and soloists. He has been a participated in new music festivals in the Czech Republic, Israel, Mexico, and across the United States. Currently, he is Associate Professor of Music and Head of Music Theory and Composition at Georgia Southern University, where he also directs the On The Verge new music series.
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Ordered by year. Most recent works appears first

Solo Instrument


Ocho Preludios for piano (2017)
Contrastes for piano solo (2015)
Blending Forces I Composition for solo cello (2006)

Pierrot Ensemble (fl, cl, vln, vlc, piano)


Imbalance for Pierrot Ensemble (2015)

Soloist (Instrument or Voice) and Fixed Electronic Media


Reflejos for bass clarinet and fixed media (stereo) (2012)

Chamber Group ( 2 - 4 instruments )


Shapes of the wind for alto flute and vibraphone (2012)
Blending Forces I Composition for solo cello (2006)
Contrastes for piano solo (2015)
Imbalance for Pierrot Ensemble (2015)
Ocho Preludios for piano (2017)
Reflejos for bass clarinet and fixed media (stereo) (2012)
Shapes of the wind for alto flute and vibraphone (2012)