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Cecilie Ore

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Name  Cecilie Ore

Role  Composer
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Education  Norwegian Academy of Music
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Cecilie Ore (born 19 July 1954) is a Norwegian composer.


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Cecilie Ore was born in Oslo, Norway, and studied piano at the Norwegian Academy of Music in Oslo. She also studied piano in Paris, and composition at the Institute of Sonology in Utrecht, and with Ton de Leeuw at the Sweelinck Conservatory in Amsterdam.

2013 saw the performance of a work commissioned by BBC Radio 3 and the Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival premiered at the hcmf in November. In spring 2015, Ore’s opera Adam & Eve – a Divine Comedy was premiered at the Bergen International Festival. In March 2016, Ore’s choir work Dead Pope on Trial! Saw a performance at the Other Minds Festival in San Francisco.

Ore was awarded the Arne Nordheim Composer’s Price for 2004 and in 2015 she was bestowed with the Lindemanprisen.

Honors and awards

  • First and second prize at the International Rostrum for Electro-Acoustic Music, 1988.
  • Composition of the Year award, Norwegian Society of Composers
  • Norwegian State Guarantee Income for Artists
  • Arne Nordheim Composers Price for 2004
  • Lindemanprisen 2015
  • Works

    Ore writes electro-acoustic works and also traditional compositions for chamber ensemble, solo instrument and voice. Selected works include:

  • Etapper (Stages), 1988
  • Codex Temporis
  • Tempura Mutantur
  • Calliope for female voice, 1984
  • Porphyre, 1988
  • Nunc et Nunc, 1994
  • A – a shadow opera, 2001
  • Cirrusfor string quartet, 2002
  • Cirrocumulus for wind trio, 2002
  • Schwirren for vocal ensemble, 2003
  • Cirrostratus for sinfonietta, 2004
  • Lux Illuxit sound-instrallation, 2005
  • Dead Beat Escapement chamber opera, 2008
  • Her work has been recorded and issued on CD, including:

  • Tempura Mutantur (Non Nunquam, Nunquam Non, Semper Semper and Ictus), Frau Musica (nova)/Deutschland Radio.
  • Codex Temporis (Praesens Subitus, Futurum Exactum Erat Erit Est, Lex Temporis), Aurora
  • A – a shadow opera, Aurora 2003
  • Nordic Voices, Aurora
  • Cirrus, Fabra
  • Sinus Seduction, Aurora
  • Frau Musica (nova), Festival für neue Musik, Frau Musica
  • Cikada, Aurora
  • The Contemporary Solo Double Bass, Simax
  • Talking/Singing, Albedo
  • References

    Cecilie Ore Wikipedia