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Nicolás Kliwadenko (Santiago de Chile, 1986).

Composer, performer and improviser dedicated mainly to music for chamber and ensemble with special emphasis in the formalization of creative processes and the use of electroacoustic devices.
His works have been performed in Chile, China, Germany, Poland, Russia and Spain by outstanding soloists and groups such as Diego Castro Magas, Julio Torres Vergara, CexSaxo Duo, Duo Ekla, and Moscow Contemporary Music Ensemble.
Studied composition with Cristian Morales Ossio in addition to attending seminars and workshops with composers Gabriel Brncic, Philippe Leroux, Fabien Levy, Gabriele Manca and Marco Stroppa among others.
Studied music informatics at Universidad Católica Argentina and in 2016 earned a MA in Music Composition at Universidad de Chile, approved with maximum distinction.
In 2014, he was invited to participate in the International Young Composers Academy in Chaykovsky (Russia), and in 2018 was selected by the International Society for Contemporary Music (ISCM) to represent Chile in the World New Music Days 2018, Beijing (China). In 2015, his string sextet 'Indiferente baile imposible' won first prize in the Luis Advis Composition Competition (Chile).
He is co-founder of the musical collective Taller Ciclo (2011), dedicated to creative research and musical experimentation.
Some of his scores have been published by Cayambis Music Press (USA).

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Taller Ciclo

Memories of Sirius

Nachtstück Records, 2016 [NS-R 25]
Karlheinz Stockhausen - Mikrophonie I

Karlheinz Stockhausen - Solo

Taller Ciclo

Cristian Morales Ossio: Materiales
Cumshot Records, 2014 [CUM 144]

Cristian Morales Ossio - Materiales

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Trio (2008)
flute, oboe, clarinet
Cayambis Music Press [CMP 1047]

Cadenas de Markov (2009)
Cayambis Music Press [CMP 1044]

Anudar un Continuum (2009)
2 clarinets, tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone
Cayambis Music Press [CMP 1043]

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Sounds, disciplines and theories - Don't Do It, 2014