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Reflex Invisible Score

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REFLEXIVE MUSIC //

THE INVISIBLE SCORE

Reflexive Invisible Score, an original and innovative

notation technique used to create REFLEXIVE MUSIC.

 Active Listening Playground, a performative space time perspective, is perceived by the audience as a complex unity of mediums, fascinating in their inseparability and discrete power, as in a perfectly balanced conversation that leads to unforeseen conclusions. 

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Founded by Rosenbaum in 1999, Reflex is a multi-national thirty-five-member ensemble dedicated to erasing the boundaries between art, technology and live performance using a unique inner logic and counterpoint between sound and vision.

This modern music ensemble (formed after “New Voices” took place – the first interdisciplinary festival in Israel), is a unique collective of classical, jazz and rock musicians, actors and dancers, lighting, sound artists, photographic and video artists and designers, from Israel, Europe and the U.S. Ensemble members are leading figures in the contemporary art, music and performance scene.

Since 1999 the ensemble produced Reflex1, Reflex2, Reflex3 (Duet for Violin and Spotlight), Reflex4 (Blowing Steam), and Reflex5 (Reflex Quartet and the 10th anniversary international celebration). 

ALBUM //

10 YEARS OF REFLEX ENSEMBLE 

Composed and founded by KEREN ROSENBAUM

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REFLEXIVE MUSIC//

NO VOICE NO ANSWER

Composed and Created by KEREN ROSENBAUM

Performed by: The Reflex Ensemble (Actress Ruti Tamir)

Premiere: The Opera House, Tel Aviv, Israel, 1999

Commission by: The Maarten Altena Ensemble, Amsterdam, 1997

REFLEXIVE MUSIC //

SUBITO-CELLO

Composed and Created by KEREN ROSENBAUM

Reflex Ensemble Video Sculpture: URI DOTAN

Subito-Cello  First performed at the "Icebreaker", Amsterdam, 1994, and later by the Reflex Ensemble during REFLEX1, 1999.

A neurotic dialogue between live cello and soundtrack of an electronically manipulated and distorted cello. The piece received extensive airplay in several European contemporary music radio stations.