Victoria Poleva

Victoria Poleva is a Ukrainian composer.

A genre range of her compositions includes symphonic, choral, chamber music. Early works of Victoria Polevá were related to the aesthetics of the avant-garde and polystylistics (ballet "Gagaku", "Transform" for symphony orchestra, "Anthem" for chamber orchestra, "Еpiphany" for chamber ensemble, cantatas "Horace's ode", "Gentle light"). From the late 1990s her music became identified stylistically with "sacred minimalism" (A. Pärt, P. Vasks, J. Tavener, H. Gorecki). An important period in Victoria Polevá's creative work is related to intensive studies and embodiment of texts from divine services in the music.

Composer's pieces performed by Kremerata Baltica:

  • Circle;
  • Warm wind;
  • Prelude and Fugue in F-sharp minor, from The Well-Tempered Clavier, BWV 883 - for BACH XXI: Art of Instrumentation

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