Russian composer born in 1988 in Yurga (Siberia).
Stanislav Makovsky was born in 1988 in Siberia. Following studies of cello and musicology at Kemerovo Music College, he undertook study of composition with Youri Kasparov at the Moscow Conservatory. He went on to study composition with Stefano Gervasoni, electronic music with Luis Naòn, Yan Maresz and Tom Mays, and improvisation with Aleksandros Markeas and Vincent Lê Quang at the Paris Conservatory (CNSMDP). He participated in masterclasses and music academies including Tchaikovsky-City (2011), Darmstadt (2012), Royaumont Voix Nouvelles (2014), and ManiFeste (2016-17). From 2014 to 2017, he was in residence at the Robert Laurent-Vibert Foundation at the Château de Lourmarin (in southeast France).
Strongly influenced by extra-musical elements such as Kantian philosophy and various historical mythologies, Stanislav Makovsky has developed an aesthetic which follows on from the electroacoustic/electroacoustically-inspired styles established by Georges Aperghis, Raphaël Cendo, Chaya Czernowin, and Stefano Gervasoni. Along with Chia Hui Chen, with whom he undertook a significant part of his musical education, Makovsky is at the forefront of a new generation of electroacoustic composers. He has worked with dance on a number of occasions, using electronics to generate sound in real time or to broadcast fixed media.
Déjà la nuit tombait (fragments de l’Iliade), a work composed in collaboration with Chia Hui Chen for a theatre play by Daniel Jeanneteau, was premiered in 2018 at the Gennevilliers Theatre as part of ManiFeste.
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- Solo (excluding voice)
- elec La Pedrera for guitar and electronics (2015), 7 mn about
- Chamber music
- From the blue notebook by Maurice Maeterlinck for wood quartet (2009)
- Philosopher’s Stone for flute, vibraphone, guitar and viola (2009)
- Gregor Samsa’s awakening for clarinet, violin, cello and piano (2010)
- API’s aria for flute, clarinet, violin and cello (2011), 4 mn about
- Droga for flute, saxophone, tuba, accordion and piano (2011)
- Cinquembrase for five musicians (2012)
- Wasserkreislauf for guitar, two violins, viola and cello (2012)
- Neige for two mandolins, mandola and mandoloncello (2014)
- Preface for four saxophones and electronics (2016)
- Instrumental ensemble music
- Nocturne XXI for four flutes, four saxophones, tuba, piano and percussion (2010)
- Phyllotaxis for flute, clarinet, temple-blocks, violin, viola and cello (2012)
- Vanitas for octet (2012), 7 mn about
- Habitat: part 1: Moscow for fourteen instruments (2013)
- Wavespace for orchestra (2013)
- Habitat: part 2: Paris for fourteen instruments (2015)
- elec Impetus for saxophone, piano, percussion and electronics (2015), 7 mn about
- Indigo for ensemble (2016)
- elec Hilmèn Houchou’un for fourteen instruments and electronics (2017)
- Vocal music and instrument(s)
- Electronic music / fixed media / mechanical musical instruments
- elec Vytesneniye multimedia (2013), 7 mn 25 s
- elec Chose en soi for fixed sounds (2014), 3 mn 48 s
- elec Regle electroacoustic (2015), 7 mn about
- elec Elastique for four jugglers and electronics (2016)
- elec Sintro electronic multichannel piece (2016)
- elec ircam stage Déjà la nuit tombait (fragments de l’Iliade) music for the play by Daniel Jeanneteau (2018), 60 mn [program note]
- Unspecified instrumentation
- elec Hilmèn Houchou’un for fourteen instruments and electronics
- Entretien avec Daniel Jeanneteau, Chia Hui Chen et Stanislav Makovsky. L’expérience In Vivo : le surgissement de l’inattendu par Jérémie Szpirglas, Sept. 7, 2018