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Jorge Isaac

Artistic Director

The VisiSonor Foundation

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The VisiSonor Foundation

Montreal, Quebec,

Canada

Company Description

The VISISONOR Foundation produces high quality projects in the field of: Early, Classical and Contemporary Music Solo and chamber music Interdisciplinary Performances Multimedia Installations Research Projects VisiSonor was founded in 2003 by the R...more

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Employment History

Recorder Teacher

AMSTERDAM


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VisiSonor - News

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Jorge Isaac
The compositions are performed by Jorge Isaac, Black Pencil, Harry Spaarnay, Insomnio Ensemble and Annelie de Man a.o.More info ' Recorder Mass Media in 60 seconds' by Jorge Isaac A film of 60 seconds illustrating the process of making a recorder as a mass media instrument. The film was recorded at the fantasitc Aafab factory in Utrecht (NL). It was shown many times during Jorge Isaac's Blockflute Masters concert series. More info " " John Cage HPSCHD produced by Jorge Isaac Our Artistic Director, Jorge Isaac, produced a massive performance of John Cage's legendary work HPSCHD (1969). 'Annelie de Man Harpsichordist' produced by Jorge Isaac A beautidul documentary of the contemporary harpsichord icon Annelie de Man was produced by our artistic director Jorge Isaac. Visisonor has created in the mean time about 20 productions under the artistic direction of Jorge Isaac, a milestone creative achievement. Roderik de Man talks about the Recorder and his collaboration with our Artistic Director Jorge Isaac. The festival is curated by Jorge Isaac and will take place on Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 October 2012 in dfferent locations. 'Dust against the Wind' is the new composition by the Russian/Dutch composer Fred Momotenko written for Jorge Isaac. Special thanks to our artistic director Jorge Isaac, the Performing Arts Fund NL and other sponsors for their continuous encourage and support!The commissioned composers in 2010 were a.o. Roderik de Man, Nico Huijbregts, René Uijlenhoet, André Douw, Fred Momotenko, Chiel Meijering, Mirtru Escalona-Mijares, Louis Aguirre and Héctor Moro. This production features wonderful performances by Jorge Isaac, Duo MARES, BLACK PENCIL, Roentgen Connection, Harry Spaarnay, Nieuw Sinfonietta, Osiris Trio and, Annelie de Man, a.o. Marionette is dedicated to Jorge Isaac and was commissioned by VisiSonor. The virtuoso ensemble features Jorge Isaac (blockflutes), Esra Pehlivanli (viola), Matthijs Koene (panflute), Mehmet Polat (ud) and Enric Monfort (percussion). The production will be performed by Jorge Isaac (blockflutes), Esra Pehlivanli (viola) Kenzo Kusuda (dance) and Sebo Bakker (actor). Acta Numérica features new works by Roderik de Man, Fred Momotenko, and Arnoud Noordegraaf; performed by Jorge Isaac (blockflutes & electronics) and Marcel Wierckx (live video). Jorge Isaac will perform the premiere in February 2010. From the 615 submissions received, ICMC selected 59 for concert performances, among those Visisonor's work for blockflutes, electronics and video, performed by Jorge Isaac and Marcel Wierckx, music by Roderik de Man.


Jorge Isaac

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Jorge Isaac ENGLISH | NEDERLANDS | ESPAÑOL | Jorge Isaac Artistic Director Visisonor Foundation Recorder Professor Amsterdam Conservatory Jorge Isaac (b. 1974, Caracas) completed his professional training under the tutelage of Walter van Hauwe at the Amsterdam Conservatory in 2000. Jorge Isaac has been awarded several international prizes, such as the International Gaudeamus Interpreters Competition 2001 (including the special prize "best use of electronics") in The Netherland, the Krzysztof Penderecki International Competition of Contemporary Music in Poland (2001), the Jur Naessens Music Award in Amsterdam (2004) and Award of Distinction at the Prix Ars Electronica in Austria (2007). More than 180 compositions have been specially written for him whereby he is one of the most influential recorder players worldwide. As a soloist, he has given a vast number of performances and masterclasses over the globe. He is currently involved with concerts and recitals, early and new music projects, large scale multimedia and music theatre performances, and his teaching activities at the Amsterdam Conservatory. Jorge Isaac is artistic director of the Visisonor Foundation (www.visisonor.org) and the Catalogue of Recorder Repertory (www.blokfluit.org) Documentary BLOCKFLUTE MASTERS (Frans Brüggen, Walter van Hauwe, Kees Boeke, Jorge Isaac) JORGE ISAAC: Blockflute (Recorder) demonstration


Black Pencil - musicians

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Jorge Isaac Jorge Isaac (Caracas/Venezuela, 1974) recorder player and founder of the Visisonor Foundation. Isaac completed his professional training under the tutelage of Walter van Hauwe at the Amsterdam Conservatory in 2000. Jorge Isaac has been awarded several international prizes, such as the International Gaudeamus Interpreters Competition 2001 (including the special prize "best use of electronics") in The Netherlands and the Krzysztof Penderecki International Competition of Contemporary Music in Poland (2001). In 2004 he was awarded the first prize at the Jur Naessens Music Award in Amsterdam with his multimedia production "Mensa Secunda". In 2007 he received an Award of Distinction at the Prix Ars Electronica in Austria for his work "Marionette". As a soloist, Isaac has given a large number of performances and masterclasses over the globe. He has collaborated with a.o. the ensembles ASKO & Schoenberg, Nieuw Ensemble, the Dutch Chamber Orchestra, The National Dutch Ballet, The Dutch Opera, stage director Pierre Audi, the composer György Ligeti, and the conductor Reinbert de Leeuw. He is at the moment involved with a great variety of concerts and recitals, early and new music projects, multimedia performances, his teaching activities at the Amsterdam Conservatory, and in the production of new interdisciplinary works together with the Visisonor Foundation. more about Jorge Isaac


Blockflute Masters

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Jorge Isaac (blockflute) Jorge Isaac Jorge Isaac (b. 1974, Caracas) completed his professional training under the tutelage of Walter van Hauwe at the Amsterdam Conservatory in 2002. Jorge Isaac has been awarded several international prizes, such as the International Gaudeamus Interpreters Competition 2001 (including the special prize "best use of electronics") in The Netherlands and the Krzysztof Penderecki International Competition of Contemporary Music in Poland (2001). In 2004 he was awarded the first prize at the Jur Naessens Music Award in Amsterdam with his multimedia production "Mensa Secunda". In 2007 he received an Award of Distinction at the Prix Ars Electronica in Austria for his work "Marionette". As a soloist, he has given a large number of performances and masterclasses over the globe. He is currently involved with concerts and recitals, early and new music projects, multimedia performances, his teaching activities at the Amsterdam Conservatory and large scale productions together with the Visisonor Foundation. Jorge Isaac is artistic director of the Visisonor Foundation, the Catalogue of Recorder Repertory and the Instrumental Ways Project. The instrumental core of the ensemble consists of Blockflutes (Jorge Isaac), Panflute (Matthijs Koene), Viola (Esra Pehlivanli), Accordion (Marko Kassl) and Percussion (Enric Monfort).


New works commissioned by VisiSonor

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Our Artistic Director Jorge Isaac has set the course for 2011 and 2012 by inspiring composers to create exciting repertory.


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