Nimrod Borenstein: Suspended opus 69

by das freie orchester Berlin, Laércio Diniz

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Premiered at Covent Garden, part of the 2015 International Mime Festival and currently performed all across Europe, Gandini Juggling’s “4×4 Ephemeral Architectures” was conceptualised as a piece of imaginary architecture and a fusion of the worlds of juggling and ballet. Berlin-based label Solaire are now proudly presenting Nimrod Borenstein’s original score for the show, curated especially for the performance: A hauntingly beautiful work, which seemingly defies all the rules of the genre.

For Borenstein, currently one of Europe’s most in-demand composers, the task was clear: To write a ballet that would not only provide for an inspiring basis for the choreography, but which would also work as a fully-fledged composition in its own right. Almost given complete freedom by the group’s founder Sean Gandini, Borenstein admits to working “like a madman” for half a year to deliver one of his most striking pieces. Complex rhythmical layers are running on top of each other in one moment, only to give way to a thrilling tango, waltz or charleston in the next. And in some of the most arresting moments, the pulse seems to be dying down completely, resulting in a form of glacial acoustic ambient.

Conducted by renowned Brazilian conductor Laércio Diniz and performed by das freie orchester Berlin, this is the soundtrack to more than 50 sold-out shows and the first collaboration between Borenstein and the Solaire imprint of established classical producer Dirk Fischer.

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released October 16, 2015

Produced by Dirk Fischer
Liner notes by Tobias Fischer

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