The Artist's Music
Darija Andovska, human by vocation, musician by profession, Macedonian by place of birth. Bornin Skopje, graduated composition in the class of Goce Kolarovski at the Faculty for music, Skopje, Macedonia; She obtained her MA degree in the class of Isabel Mundry at ZHdK in Zürich, Switzerland; She is currently enrolled on DA studies, under the mentorship of Chaya Czernowin, Harvard Institut, USA.
She is author of chamber, solo, orchestral, symphonic, choral music as well as film music, theater, dance and multimedia projects.
She has won scholarships and visited master classes and workshops in Skopje, St Petersburg, Belgrade, Dresden, Ohrid, Berlin, Belgrade, Zürich, Solothurn, Summer Academie Schloss Solitude- Stuttgart, Sarajevo, Zürich, Freiburg, Görlitz, Utrecht.
Her works have been performed on festivals and concerts in Albania, Armenia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Denmark, England, France, Germany, Georgia, Italy, Ireland, Macedonia, Mexico, Montenegro, Norway, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovenia, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, United States of America.
Her music has been published on CD’s in Switzerland, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Italy, Macedonia, Serbia & Montenegro, Germany, and her scores published by Nuova Stradivarius- Italy, Sordino- Switzerland, Association of Composers- Macedonia. Darija has won several competitions, including the pre-art and Macedonian Musical Youth competition. Her films and theatre plays were nominated and with them, she has won several prizes at festivals like Sarajevo Film Festival, Berlinale Film Festival, Bridge Festival, MESS Sarajevo.
She currently works as a docent at the Faculty for music in Skopje, as well as at the Faculty for dramatic arts.
Notes on the Musma Composition
Aporia or aporeia (Ancient Greek: άπορεία: impasse; lack of resources; puzzlement; doubt, confusion) denotes in philosophy a philosophical puzzle or state of puzzlement and in rhetoric a rhetorically useful expression of doubt. Apeiron´(άπείροѵ) is a Greek word meaning unlimited, infinite or indefinite. The apeiron is central to the cosmological theory created by Anaximander in the 6th century before BC. Anaximander’s work is mostly lost. From the few existing fragments, we learn that he believed the beginning of ultimate reality (arche) is eternal and infinite, or boundless (apeiron), subject to neither old age nor decay, which perpetually yields fresh materials from which everything we can perceive is derived. Apeiron generated the opposites, hot-cold, wet-dry etc., which acted on the creation of the world. Everything is generated from apeiron and then it is destroyed there according to necessity. He believed that infinite worlds are generated from apeiron and then they are destroyed there again.