Lior Navok, piano The night, metropolis, fog, drizzle, empty streets… the last streetcars head back to their warm shelter. The sound of a distant construction work echoes through the quiet avenue. Clocks reach the small hours – these belong to the night people. (2011)
Ensemble Podiumbeesten!Tamar Niamut, narratorIlonka Kolthof, flute /piccoloJesse Faber, clarinet Ramon Lormans, percussion Lestari Scholtes, piano IGwylim Janssens, piano IIElvira van Groningen,violin IDmitry Ivanov, violin IIAnna-Magdalena den Herder, viola Marcus van den Munckhof, celloJames Oesi, double bass Grachtenfestival 2012, Amsterdam.
IN MEMORIAMTeatro Luciano Pavarotti in ModenaJan 26, 2008; Meitar Ensemble:Tehila Nini-Goldstein, soprano Jonathan Keren, violin Avi Avital, mandolin Amit Dolberg, pianoLuca Bacelli, celloGilad Harel, clarinet
Pianist Gila Goldstein plays selections from the cycle The Old Photo Box No.17: The Abandoned Jazz ClubNo. 18: Smugglers’ Boat -Coastguard BoatNO. 19: The Mad Hatter Goes to a Silent Movie Legacy Hall, Schwob School of Music, (SSOM) Columbus State UniversityColumbus, GeorgiaMarch 16, 2009.
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The U.S. poet D. Nurkse and the Israeli composer Lior Navok have crafted an evening of experimental dialogue between music and poetry. Since meeting at the MacDowell Colony, the artists have recorded and performed collaborations in which music and poetry don’t just illustrate each other, but interact in innovative ways.
In September 2013 the Butterfly Effect Ensemble has premiered its new score for the film “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” at the Festival d’Ille de France.
In September 2011 the Butterfly Effect Ensemble has performed its new score for the 1920 silent film “The Golem”
The Butterfly Effect Ensemble specializes in creating live-composition scores to silent films.