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Iason Maroulis


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Iason Maroulis is a Greek composer, interested in the musical representation of the sensory and emotional aspects of concepts (as understood empirically). His work highly depends on the exploration of the abilities of instruments, achieved through personal physical exploration of them, as well as through collaboration with performers. This way of working allows the development of a personal way of writing for each instrument, which helps in the authentic representation of the subject of each of his works.


After finishing, with First-Class, his undergraduate studies in Composition at the Royal Academy of Music, London, under the tuition of Rubens Askenar, he moved to Graz, Austria, to start a Postgraduate degree in Composition at the Kunstuniversität Graz, with Clemens Gadenstätter. He has attended lessons and masterclasses with prestigious composers such as Pierluigi Billone, Alberto Posadas, Franck Bedrossian and Ramon Lazkano, among others. He has collaborated with ensembles such as Barcelona Modern Ensemble, .abeceda new music ensemble and MotoContrario ensemble. Iason’s studies have been supported by awards such as the Athena Scholarship and an Entrance Scholarship from the Royal Academy of Music.

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