Welcome to the project-page "Cloud-Messenger", a multimedia project for music, dance, animation on quasi 3d screens and electronics in surround audio.

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This project is an extended cooperation between Concinnitas Foundation, Festival November Music, RAZ Foundation, Visisonor Foundation with Jorge Isaac (blockflutes), Gilles Viandier (dance, FR), Daniela Lehmann (virtual dance, DE) and many more, please click/tap for details here.

Please visit our official website to follow us in this project. Click / tap to view the flyer or to listen some musical fragments, please follow this link (opens new windows).
 


The artistic and intrinsic qualities of Cloud Messenger aroused interest of the media even before the world-premiere, below is an except from the well-known Dutch TV program Vrije Geluiden.

There is more information to discover under the tab Testimonials. If you wish to watch the whole program, follow this link, to watch the fragment from the show, please tap / click on the image below:



Press about Cloud-Messenger:

And versatile is the latest production of e.g the Russian-Dutch composer Fred Momotenko. Just as the festival itself had wished ... a creator from now with electronics, projection and magical music for recorder and dance: Cloud Messenger, (VPRO, Dutch TV broadcast).

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- Fred Momotenko’s Dust Against the Wind (NL) would make excellent film music, which you would expect. (review from international Festival World Music Days 2012).

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- Fred Momotenko, who previously interviewed by Thea Derks for Radio 4, Eigentijds and Muziekvan.nu, has presented Cloud Messenger, the three quarters of dance, projection, acoustic block-flutes sounds and electronics. It has provided a solid multimedia spectacle (Muziekvan.nu, website about 20th and 21th century music).

read more (in Dutch) or view the PDF file