Katerina Stamatelos

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Born: 7 April 1951 — Thessaloniki — Greece
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Αγαπητοί συνάδελφοι,

στο πλαίσιο της έρευνας και εργασίας που εκπονώ με τίτλο "An overview of Compositions created between 1980-2010 by Greek Composers" που ανήκει στο Advanced Master Soloist Contemporary Music (violin), του Παν/μίου της Γάνδη (Βέλγιο), στο οποίο φοιτώ από τον Σεπτ. 2010, σας παρακαλώ να μου στείλετε στην εξής δ/νση: Κuipersstraat 164Hs, 1073EV Amsterdam, έργα σας που απευθύνονται σε σόλο βιολί ή σύνολο έως 5 ατόμων και περιέχουν βιολί. Θα πρέπει να είστε γεννημένοι από το 1930 και μετά. Εάν διαθέτετε κάποιο οπτικοακουστικό υλικό των έργων σας, θα βοηθούσε πολύ εάν μου κάνατε ένα αντίγραφο. Στόχος της εργασίας μου είναι η προβολή Ελλήνων Συνθετών από το 1930 και μετά και, η δημιουργία μίας λίστας με τα έργα αυτά Τα έργα σας πρέπει να έχουν αποσταλεί το αργότερο έως τις 30 Iουνιου 2011

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Music

  • Metamorfa II: for solo clarinet (2007).
    Duration: 5 minutes.
    Dedication: to Maurita Murphy Mead.
  • Cantata “The Insane Mother”: for Soprano, Mezzo-soprano, Baritone, solo contrabass, female chorus of thirteen, 3 flutes, 5 percussionists, 3 string quartets, and 4 contrabasses (2006).
    Lyrics: Dionysios Solomos.
    Duration: 26 minutes.
    Dedication: to the memory of my father, Napoleon Stamatelos.
    Premiere information: Suzan Sondrol-Jones, soprano; Katherine Eberle, mezzo-soprano; Stephen Swanson, baritone; Kyle Gassiot, solo contrabass. The University of Iowa Chamber Orchestra, William LaRue Jones conductor, Clapp Recital Hall, The University of Iowa School of Music, Iowa City, IA, April 8, 2001.
  • Metamorfa I: for solo bassoon (2005).
    Duration: 5 minutes.
    Dedication: to Benjamin Coelho.
    Premiere information: Benjamin Coelho, bassoon. Midwest Composers’ Symposium 2006, Smith Recital Hall, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, IL, February 25, 2006.
  • Projections-Split: for large orchestra (2003).
    Duration: 15 minutes.
    Orchestration: 3 -2 (+1) -2 (+1) - 2 (+1) - 6 – 4 – 4 - 2 – P (5) - 1hp - Strings
  • Songs and Prayers of the Abyss: for mezzo-soprano, brass quintet, and nine percussionists (1999).
    Lyrics: Katerina Stamatelos
    Duration: 17 minutes.
    Dedication: to Marcia Roberts.
    Premiere information: Marcia Roberts, mezzo-soprano; The Old Capitol Brass Quintet; The University of Iowa Percussion Ensemble (40th Anniversary season), Dan Moore conductor. Clapp Recital Hall, The University of Iowa School of Music, Iowa City, IA, December 3, 1999.
  • Nanarisma: for mezzo-soprano, flute, and percussion (1999).
    Lyrics: Aristotelis Valaoritis.
    Duration: 10 minutes.
    Dedication: to Katherine Eberle.
    Premiere information: Katherine Eberle, mezzo-soprano; Tadeu Coelho, Flute; Dan Moore, percussion. Faculty Recital Series, Clapp Recital Hall, The University of Iowa School of Music, Iowa City, IA, March 26, 1999.
  • String Quartet: No. 1 (1999).
    Duration: 22 minutes.
    Premiere information: Miki Yuasa, violin I; Stephen Shepherd, violin II; Sarah Prahl, viola; James Ellis, violoncello; James Mothersbaugh, conductor. Composers’ Work- shop Concert, Clapp Recital Hall, The University of Iowa School of Music, Iowa City, IA, February 21, 1999.
  • Oracle: for mezzo-soprano and ensemble (1998).
    Lyrics: Katerina Stamatelos.
    Duration: 9 minutes.
    Dedication: to Katherine Eberle.
    Premiere information: Katherine Eberle, mezzo-soprano; Maria Delgado, Thea Engelson, Danielle Hurt, Margaret Lanning, Emily Truckenbrod, Jennifer Valle, sopranos; Michael Flynt, trumpet. String quartet I: Sarah Young, violin I; Miki Yuasa, violin II; Sarah Prahl, viola; David Arato, violoncello. String quartet II: Quentin Arnold, violin I; Pamela Meier, violin II; Luiz Lange, viola; James Ellis, violoncello. Pat Anderson, Jonathan Crawford, percussion; Melanie Jacobson, chorus coach; Sergio Espinoza, conductor.
    Words and Music Concert, Clapp Recital Hall, The University of Iowa School of Music, Iowa City, IA, April 19, 1998.
  • We Who Would Be Great and Kind: for soprano-coloratura, mezzo-soprano, and ensemble (1998).
    Lyrics: Cecile Goding.
    Duration: 6 minutes.
    Premiere information: Emily Truckenbrod, soprano-coloratura; Rachel Andrews, mezzo-soprano; Heather Webb & Joao Baptista Sartor, alto flute and piccolo flute; Sarah Leavengood & Anton Hatwich, contrabasses; Pat Anderson, Joe Bohling, Jonathan Crawford, Scott Morgan, percussion; Sergio Espinoza, conductor.
    Words and Music Concert, Clapp Recital Hall, The University of Iowa School of Music, Iowa City, IA, April 19, 1998.
  • Threnos: for soprano, flute, and electronic tape (1997).
    Lyrics: excerpts from Sophocles’ “Antigone”.
    Duration: 8 minutes.
    Premiere information: Emily Truckenbrod, soprano; Heather Webb, flute.
    New Works from the Electronic Studios Concert, Clapp Recital Hall, The University of Iowa School of Music, Iowa City, IA, May 6, 1997.
  • Nocturn No. 2: for violoncello and piano (1997).
    Duration: ca. 6 minutes.
    Dedication: to James Ellis.
    Premiere information: James Ellis, violoncello; Katerina Stamatelos, piano.
    Composers’ Workshop Concert, Harper Hall, The University of Iowa School of Music, Iowa City, IA, April 28, 1997.
  • Four Love Songs: for soprano and piano (1997).
    Lyrics: Katerina Stamatelos.
    Duration: 9 minutes.
    Premiere information: Karin Laine, soprano; Katerina Stamatelos, piano.
    Composers’ Workshop Concert, Clapp Recital Hall, The University of Iowa, School of Music, Iowa City, IA, February 23, 1997.
  • Moods: for electronic tape (1996).
    Duration: ca. 4 minutes.
    Trumpet samples: Michael Flynt.
    Premiere information: New Works from the Electronic Music Studios Concert, Clapp Recital Hall, The University of Iowa School of Music, Iowa City, IA, December 10, 1996.
  • Nocturn No. 1: for violoncello and piano (1996).
    Duration: ca. 6 minutes.
    Dedication: to James Ellis.
    Premiere information: James Ellis, violoncello; Katerina Stamatelos, piano.
    Composers’ Workshop Concert, Clapp Recital Hall, The University of Iowa School of Music, Iowa City, IA, November 24, 1996.
  • Variations and Invocation upon a “Kyrie Eleison” and an “Anathema” (1994).
    Duration: 10 minutes.
    In memoriam Bela Bartók.
    Premiere information: Katerina Stamatelos, piano.
    Composers’ Workshop Concert, Clapp Recital Hall, The University of Iowa School of Music, Iowa City, IA, October 13, 1996.
  • Daemon Songs: for baritone and piano (1994).
    Lyrics: Katerina Stamatelos.
    Duration: 18 minutes.
    Dedication: to Harald Becker.
    Premiere information: Harald Becker, baritone; Katerina Stamatelos, piano.
    A recital organized and televised by the Vafopoulion Cultural Center and the Municipality of the city of Thessalonki. Theatre of the Vafopoulion Cultural Center, Thessaloniki, Greece, June 7, 1995.
  • Martyria: for mezzo-soprano, choir and percussion (1992).
    Lyrics: free adaptations of biblical texts.
    Duration: 13 minutes.
    Premiere information: Thalia Mavridou, mezzo-soprano; choir of the German School of Thessaloniki; Vicky Houzouri, Vicky Tsouka, Georgia Tenta, George Kolidaris, percussion; Harald Becker, conductor.
    Concert Hall of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, Greece, April 10, 1995.

Life

Katerina Stamatelos was born in Thessaloniki, Greece. She studied piano performance with Helen Papazoglou (State Conservatory of Thessaloniki), Gelert Modos (Pireus Association), Dianko Iliew (Conservatory of Vienna), Lois Rova Ozanich (Kent State University), and Uriel Tsachor (The University of Iowa). Her composition teachers include: Michael Eckert, David Gompper, Lawrence Fritts, and Jeremy Dale Roberts (The University of Iowa). She further attended composition master classes with Theodore Antoniou, Robert Platz, and Beat Furrer. She holds degrees from The University of Iowa (MA and PhD in composition), Kent State University (MM in piano performance), the Conservatory of Vienna (Piano Teaching Certificate), and the Pireus Association (Piano Soloist Diploma). She also holds a degree in Fashion Design (Dimitrelis School of Fashion, Thessaloniki). Her awards include: a full tuition scholarship and assistantship for composition (The University of Iowa, 2005–2006), the Henry and Parker Pelzer Composition Award (The University of Iowa, 1999–2000), the Rita Benton Scholarship for piano performance (The University of Iowa, 1999–2000), the Iowa Performance Fellowship (The University of Iowa, 1996–1999), Scholarship of the Hellenic University Club of Northeastern Ohio (1986), Scholarship of the Blossom Festival School (Kent, Ohio, 1985), full tuition scholarship and assistantship (Kent Sate University, Kent, Ohio, 1985–1986), Scholarship of The Music Friends of the City of Vienna (Vienna, Austria, 1975–1976), Scholarship of the Pireus Association (Pireus, Greece, 1970–1971) and a Panhellenic Piano CompetitionAward (Pireus, 1970). Her compositions have been performed at the Midwestern Composers’ Symposiums of 2006, 1998, and 1997 at: The University of Iowa, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Oberlin College, in Athens, and Thessaloniki. As a pianist she has performed in Greece, Austria, Germany, the United States, and Canada. She has appeared as a soloist with all major orchestras of Greece and on National Radio and TV. She is an elected member of the Pi Kappa Lambda Society, ASCAP (American Society of Composers Authors and Publishers), and GCU (Greek Composers Union).

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