Rozalie Hirs 




es will und willst du [6] الألمانية

es will und willst du [7] الألمانية

Rozalie Hirs 

Foto © 2018, Marco Borggreve, NRC
* 07.04.1965, Gouda, هولندا
يعيش في: Amsterdam, هولندا

Rozalie Hirs (Gouda, April 7, 1965) is a contemporary Dutch composer and a poet. Her poetry and music are lyrical as well as experimental. Her music consists of vocal, orchestral, and electronic compositions. She often combines traditional instruments with electronic sounds. Her poetry includes both printed collections and digital poetry: interactive poems created in collaboration with visual artists, and graphic designers.

Performers of her music include the Amsterdam Sinfonietta, ASKO|Schönberg, Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, the Bozzini Quartet, the Formalist Quartet, Klangforum Wien, the Netherlands Radio Philharmonic Orchestra, and Slagwerk Den Haag; she is herself a regular performer of her compositions for voice and electronic sounds, mostly on international festivals. Her music scores are published by Donemus Publishing, her CDs by Attacca Productions, her poetry books by Singeluitgeverijen|Querido.

 Foto © 2018, Marco Borggreve, NRC
Hirs holds degrees from Columbia University (Composition; Doctor of Musical Arts, 2007), the Royal Conservatoire, The Hague (Composition; Master of Music, 1998), and Twente University (Chemical Engineering; Master of Science, 1990).

  • Locus

    Amsterdam: Querido, 1998

  • Logos

    Amsterdam: Querido, 2002

  • [Speling]

    Amsterdam: Querido, 2005

  • Geluksbrenger


    Amsterdam: Querido, 2008

  • Gestamelde werken


    Amsterdam: Querido, 2012

  • ein tag

    Berlin: hochroth Verlag, 2014

  • život mogućnosti

    Banja Luka: Biblioteka Prevodi, 2014

  • gestammelte werke

    Berlin: kookbooks, 2017

  • verdere bijzonderheden


    Amsterdam: Querido, 2017

  • ahora es una rosa

    translated into Spanish by Diego Puls

    Montevideo: Yauguru Books, 2019

  • spor af lykkebringer

    translated into Danish by Birthe Lundsgaard

    Copenhagen: Melodika Forlaget, 2021

  • oneindige zin


    Amsterdam: Querido, 2021

  • ecologica

    Bleiswijk: Vleugels, 2023