Maskeliade has been released new album called «Contra». You can listen it here
New music book is published!
Anton Maskeliade wrote a book for beginner musicians called “Your First Track“.
Today, anyone can create their own music using only a computer and headphones. If you have something to say to the world, you can also become a musician.
The book will guide you through all the steps of creating a musical track: from the idea and sounds to the released track. The book will help to deal with criticism and procrastination. It has three principal parts: how the music is arranged, how to make it technically and how to engage in creativity. Your first track may appear in a few hours.
Successful Russian editor Maxim Ilyahov was the editor of the book.
You can order it here. Or buy digital version.
Maskeliade gave a short interview to BBC World Service. Politics, Maskeliade Music School, hometown stories, art – everything included. Listen from the very beginning.
Wow! Maskeliade’s interview for Red Bull Music has reached 1 mln. views on Facebook. Check the interview asap!
Gig with Marquese Scott
Maskeliade will be playing at Moscow Electro Beat festival with famous dancer Marquese Scott (AEROSMITH, MELISHA, SKRILLEX, MADONNA, HIKAKIN, RICKY MARTIN, BEYONCE, U2). On 15APR at ARTPLAY venue at 23:30. See you!
Master class in the Olympic Village
23APR Anton Maskeliade will be giving a music masterclass in Mountain Olympic village in Sochi. Everyone will make a track at the Flacon residency!
Music camps for children & adults
This spring Anton Maskeliade will be mentoring music camps for adults and children:
29 MAR Artefact in Moscow, Russia
18 APR Obraz Zhizni in Vladimir Oblast, Russia
28 APR – 3 MAY Most Creative Camp in Georgia
Gig at Mêlée Numérique
Digital festival and conference La Mêlée Numérique 2016 invited Anton Maskeliade to play a gig in Toulouse, France on 30 SEP.
Audio guide for GULAG Museum
Maskeliade has made audio guide for The GULAG History State Museum, creating atmospheric soundscapes for the exhibition.
The exhibition is dedicated to the history of the rise, development and decline of the Soviet labor camp system, an instrumental and integral part of the Soviet state machinery in the 1930s – 50s, and its political, administrative and economic role. The exhibition room also displays personal cases of various people who fell victims of the Soviet repressive policy and were sentenced to labor camp imprisonment.
Music for The State Tretyakov Gallery
Anton Maskeliade composed a music for the The State Tretyakov Gallery video. Tretyakov Gallery is a world-famous museum that possesses a unique collection of Russian art which includes masterpieces which span a period of a thousand years. Nowadays it contains more than 170,000 works by Russian artists from early religious paintings to modern art.