• Summer School As School 2016
Liburn Jupolli: Composing/Invention
Summer School as School
3-18 July, 2016

Public Program
Monday, 11 July 2016 at 21:00

Liburn Jupolli

Venue: Boxing Club
Mark Isaku Str. 10000 Prishtina
Republic of Kosovo

A presentation on personal work and the experience in composing during these past recent years. Jupolli will explore how the invention of instruments is related to this experience, and how other subjects and mediums can contribute to developing the work. What sort of problems does one encounter on the endeavor to remodel existing instruments or invent new ones? How can knowledge in mechanics assist in musical discoveries?
Work with microtones; Moreover, the presentation will continue with recent studies and the finding of new forms of interconnection of various mediums through further studies on the modality of behavior through a formal and structural aspect.

Liburn Jupolli (born 11 December 1989 in Prishtina, Kosovo) is an Albanian musician from Kosovo.From the age of 12 he began to compose and to study music theory and composition taking private lessons in parallel with piano studies. Finished primary and high school of music in piano studies and 2 years of composition with prof.Zeqiria Ballata at the University of Prishtina. Since 2004 he has written music for theater, film, animation, visual and conceptual productions in the Balkans, and has written works for instrumentalists and ensembles from Kosovo and abroad. He also works on design and remodeling of new instruments, and since 2010 he finished in 5 original instruments. Actually he studies composition in Paris at the “Jacques Ibert” Conservatory in the class of Stephane de Gerando and electroacoustic composition at the CRR de Paris in the class of Denis Dufour. His music has been performed in Kosovo, Albania, Danemark, France, Italy, England, Finland, Estonia and New York.

Main supporters of SSAS 2016:
ERSTE Foundation, The Austrian Federal Chancellery, Trust for Mutual Understanding (TMU), Ministry of Education of the Republic of Kosovo and RIT Kosovo.

SSAS 2016 is also supported by:
Culture for All - phase III, Municipality of Prishtina, Kosovo Foundation for Open Society (KFOS), Independent Curators International (ICI) , The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Prishtina Office, Ministry of Diaspora of the Republic of Kosovo, Austrian Embassy in Pristina, Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Priština, Ambassade de France à Pristina, Youth Initiative for Human Rights Office in Belgrade, AMM, X-Print and DZG.