With the innovative courage of Modernism combined with a deeply focused ruthlessness of fine detail, Repečkaitė guides us through a musical journey ranging from her cultural roots of folk music, her musical beginnings, then sharing the most complex experiments and meticulous execution in electronic and computer-based music. Electro-acoustic projects with groundbreaking techniques and meaningful collaborations with instrumentalists are a highlight as she walks us through her experiences at IRCAM (Institut de recherche et coordination acoustique/musique) in Paris.
Podcast intro: Bronius Kutavičius Anno cum tettigonia from Lithuanian Music in Context II. Landscapes of Minimalism (Music Information Centre Lithuania, 2011), Silesian String Quartet: Marek Moś (violin), Arkadiusz Kubica (violin), Łukasz Syrnicki (viola), Piotr Janosik (cello). Compositions by Justina Repečkaitė: Sturnus vulgaris cohibitus (2020), Marco Ricelli (piano, transducers), Villa Waldberta, 2022; Tapisserie from the album Zoom In 12: New Art Music from Lithuania (Music Information Centre Lithuania, 2018), Ensemble Court-Circuit: Anne Cartel (flute), Pierre Dutrieu (clarinet), Jean-Marie Cottet (piano), Alexandra Greffin Klein (violin), Alfredo Mola (cello), conductor – David Hurpeau; Saulala sādina, lylia from the album Sutartinės (Juosta Records, 2003), Trys keturiose; Pulsating Skin (2021), Mathias Lachenmayr (snare drums, electronics), Villa Waldberta, 2022; Chartres from the album Zoom In 10: New Music From Lithuania (Music Information Centre Lithuania, 2014), St. Christopher Chamber Orchestra, conductor – Donatas Katkus; Toro (2015), Vianney Desplantes (euphonium), CRR Boulogne-Billancourt, 2015; Transduced (2020), Yannick Monnot (snare drums, cymbal, Tibetan bowl, transducers, electronics), Center Pompidou, 2020; Cosmatesque (2017), Lithuanian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor – Christopher Lyndon-Gee, Gaida Festival, Lithuanian National Philharmonic Hall, 2017.