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Alfred Momotenko-Levitsky (1970)

Alfred Momotenko was born in Lviv in what was then the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic in the Soviet Union in 1970. He studied at the Sochi College of Arts and went on to study percussion at the Moscow State University of Culture and Art, both in the Russian Federation in the Soviet Union. In 1990, the political situation having changed, he was invited to perform in the Netherlands. This led to him enrolling at the Brabant Conservatory to major in percussion in improvised music. Having graduated, he entered Fontys Conservatory to study music theory and composition (contemporary classical music). He also studied sonology at the Royal Conservatory in the Hague. The impression one gets is of a path marked by a strong purposefulness and individuality.


Today, it seems appropriate to describe him as a Dutch composer. He is a contemporary artist with a wide range of interests and activities, his composition output including pieces as diverse as a piano duet, an orchestral work, a piece for three organs, music for music robots, choral miniatures, and so on.


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Creator of Angels (Angelov tvorche) (2021)
Lullaby (Koliskova) (2021)
Miracle (2022)
Mystery of Silence (Tayna molchanya) (2019)
On the Passion (Na strastnoy) (2017)
Three Sacred Hymns (2019)


Alfred Momotenko:

Creator of Angels

(Choral Works)

Latvian Radio Choir

Sigvards Klava, conductor

ODE 1413-2

Released 11/2022

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