Nicholas Lens

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Nicholas Lens
N. Lens (2007-Paris).jpg
Nicholas Lens in 2007
Born 1957
Ypres, Belgium
Occupation Composer
Website
www.nicholaslens.com

Nicholas Lens (born 1957) is a Belgian composer of contemporary music, particularly known for his operas.[1][2] His work is published by Schott Music International (Mainz/New York)[3] and Mute Song [4] (London) and distributed by Sony BMG International.

Works[edit]

  • Wired, theatrical chamber music for harp and soprano, premiered at Beijing, China on 5 December 2006.[21]
  • The soundtrack of Mein erstes Wunder, a film by Anne Wild, premiered at Berlin, 2003 [27]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Music Publishing Schott Music Mainz/NY
  2. ^ Van Laethem, Anna (2007). [1]. MATRIX [Centrum voor Nieuwe Muziek]. Retrieved 4 November 2013 (Dutch).
  3. ^ Schott Music
  4. ^ Mute Song Ltd [2]
  5. ^ http://www.lamonnaie.be/en/421/421/
  6. ^ http://louderthanwar.com/nick-cave-has-written-an-opera-shell-shock-premiere-in-october/
  7. ^ http://theartserver.org/persberichten/2014/03/21/nick-cave-en-nicholas-lens-creren-opera-shell-shock/
  8. ^ http://www.dieburger.com/vermaak/2014-04-08-cave-en-lens-skep-opera-oor-woi
  9. ^ The News by N.H. [3].
  10. ^ Classic Feel -South Africa, 30 Nov. 2012 [4].
  11. ^ The Ordinary Man, Dorota Semenowicz (Empik) [5].
  12. ^ Roszak, Joanna (July 2012). "And We Break Down Ourselves" Bi-Weekly, Polish National Audiovisual Institute
  13. ^ Derkaczew, Joanna (11 July 2012). "'Slow Man' - Coetzee w operze. Jak gaśnie człowiek". Gazeta Wyborcza.
  14. ^ Books Live South Africa [6].
  15. ^ Willem De Vries, South Africa, Boekenbrug [7].
  16. ^ Uitgeverij Cossee [8].
  17. ^ JM Coetzee NL [9].
  18. ^ Lepszy Poznan Publikacje [10].
  19. ^ Brooklyn Film Festival. Love Is the Only Master I'll Serve
  20. ^ Ask Biography
  21. ^ Matrix
  22. ^ Music Web International, Michael Cookson [11].
  23. ^ Tunecore [12].
  24. ^ Tulsa World Cover Story Retrieved December 1999 [13].
  25. ^ Time Magazine (1995). MEMENTO MORI". 'Time Inc, 1995', Retrieved on 23 February 2007.
  26. ^ Argemmios Editions, Pontoise, France [14].
  27. ^ Official website My First Miracle
  28. ^ Jann Ruyters, De Filmkrant

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