This page is about Diximus Vibraphone Marimba Composer . He is a marimba and vibraphone player and composer. Diximus Andrei Voica was born in Romania. He started his music life at the age of 7. He studied piano and later at the age of 12 he chose for percussion instruments.  Now he is intrested in all kind of music. He play and compose music for marimba vibraphone , but also for orchestra or small group of instruments. 

He played in Romania, Ukraine and in The Netherlands. In 2015 he had the world premier of Homeland, a piece for vibraphone, choir and orchestra, in Het Concertgebouw in Amsterdam

Diximus Vibraphone Marimba Composer , play on musser instrument 

Diximus Vibraphone Marimba Composerhis music is inspired by nature, meditation and universe , he composed many pieces for vibraphone solo.

Diximus Vibraphone Marimba Composer , in 2015 he made a tour in The Netherlands with the “Transylvanian Percussion Ensemble” organized and producted by Cadenza European Art Productions . The your included cities like Rotterdam, Den Haag. In the program were included pieces by Diximus  , folk romanian music, percussion ensemble music.

Marimba

Marimba is a percussion instrument consisting of a set of wooden bars struck with mallets to produce musical tones. Resonators suspended underneath the bars amplify their sound. The bars are arranged like the keys of a piano. But with the groups of 2 and 3 accidentals raised vertically, overlapping the natural bars to aid the performer both visually and physically. This instrument is a type of idiophone, but with a more resonant and lower-pitched tessitura than the xylophone

The marimba was developed in Central America by African slaves. And descended from its ancestral balafon instrument, which was also built by African slaves. Marimba is now the national instrument of Guatemala. Modern uses of the marimba include solo performances, woodwind and brass ensembles, marimba concertosjazz ensemblesmarching band (front ensembles), drum and bugle corps, and orchestral compositions. Contemporary composers have used the unique sound of the marimba more and more in recent years. 

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    DIXIMUS ANDREI VOICA

    vibraphone marimba player and composer