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Contributor


Dylan Lardelli

Composer, Performer, Māori Composer

Biography

Ngāti Porou, Ngāi Tūhoe

Born in Wellington New Zealand, Dylan holds degrees in Guitar performance, and Composition from Victoria University Wellington. He has studied in Venice with Stefano Bellon, and has held a DAAD stipend to study with Dieter Mack at the Lübeck Musikhochshule in Germany. Dylan has held an artistic research residency at the Tokyo Wonder Site, to work with the use of Japanese instruments in contemporary music, and a composer residency at Kulturkontakt Vienna. In 2018 and 2019 Dylan was the Mozart Fellow at Otago University in Dunedin.

Dylan has been the recipient of many scholarships and awards including the award of first place with his piece Four Fragments in the Asian Composers League Young Composers’ Competition in Tokyo, and has received the APRA AMCOS Art Music Fund award. Dylan's music has been performed throughout New Zealand, Australia, Europe, Asia and North America, by musicians such as Lucas Vis, the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, Horomona Horo (Taonga pūoro), Tosiya Suzuki, Ensemble Vortex Geneva, the NZ Trio, Klangforum Wien Vienna, Musikfabrik Cologne, Ensemble Klangrauschen, and members of Ensemble Modern.

Dylan's work explores aspects of memory, physicality and gesture, and have been programmed in the Gaudeamus music week Amsterdam, the Darmstadt New Music Festival, the New Zealand Arts Festival, the Bendigo International Festival of Exploratory Music, Metropolis Festival Melbourne, OutHear New Music Week Greece, and the Takefu International Music Festival.

As a Guitarist Dylan has performed with the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, Stroma contemporary music ensemble, 175 East new music ensemble, and also in Japan, Korea, China, Thailand, Australia, Austria, Hungary, Germany, and the United Kingdom. Dylan has recorded numerous New Zealand Compositions and is a strong advocate of New Zealand music through commissioning and programming.

Further information at: www.dylanlardelli.com


Composed (45)

10 minutes and 360,000 km

for bass flute, electronics and film, 10m 40s


Arrangements

for saxophone quartet, 8m


Aspects of Theatre

for mixed chamber quintet


Bas

for flute, two clarinets and cello


Between Strings

for violin, cello, piano and guzheng, 13m


Between, Apart

for piano, 6m


Carrying

for flute and bass recorder


Cleaving to Seconds

for ensemble, 23m


Conditions of Forgetting

for tenor recorder, electric guitar, percussion, violin, cello and double bass, 13m


Duo

for oboe and guitar, 11m 40s


Eidolon

for solo cello, 9m


First Ice (Lachrymae)

for solo guitar, 10m


Following

for oboe and sho, 10m


For Violin

two movements: one for solo violin and one for piano


Four Fragments

for large chamber ensemble, 8m


Four Scenes

for mixed chamber ensemble


Frederick Street Fragment

for children's chamber orchestra


from flying birds

for solo cello, 1m


From Grey

for string orchestra and harp, 10m


Hiki-Iro

for solo Koto, 8m 30s


Holding

for shō, oboe, recorder, violin and koto, 10m


leaving in focus

for flute, viola, double bass and piano


Lethe

for cello, bass clarinet and guitar, 13m


Mapping, an Inlay

for string quartet, 15m


Mobiles

for flute, clarinet in B flat, violin, cello and piano, 8m


Musical Box

for taonga puoro, viola, guitar and harp, 10m


One Body

for clarinet quartet


Orbits of Influence

for violin, cello, shamisen and guitar


Pan Awakes

for orchestral wind and brass, 6m


Penumbra

for B-flat clarinet, trombone and guitar, 8m


Recite

for bassoon, tenor trombone, tuba, cello, double bass and conductor


Refining Metals

for piccolo/bass flute, soprano saxophone and percussion, 10m


Reign

for piano


Retracing

for recorder, sho, koto and guitar


secrets, listening to the qin

for Chinese instrument ensemble and string quartet, 10m


Sent into Silence

for mixed chamber nonet


Shells

for piano trio and guzheng, 6m


These Dark Hands

for orchestra


to give

for mixed chamber septet


To My Winter

for solo oboe


Tumbu

for solo clarinet and orchestra, 12m


Two Bells

for piccolo, alto saxophone, baritone saxophone and piano


Visiting Blue

for oboe and viola, 7m 30s


Walking

for electone



Commissioned (4)

about nothing...really

for flute, B flat clarinet, guitar and cello, 7m


As if to catch the fleeting tail of time

for guitar and ensemble, 16m


Sillage

for guitar, fixed audio media and 2-12 other performers



Performances (1)

University of Otago Lunchtime Concerts | NZ Music Month Concert I

Featuring: __Lilburn__ | Sonata for Violin and Piano __Whitehead__ | Tōroa __De Castro-...