«... to the sea...» (dedication to Elena Serova) for 4 flutes (2007)
Hukanne wyasny (Сalling spring) for violoncello solo (2008)
Vitrage for string quartet (2008)
One, Two, Three…: (derivative work of J. Strauss’s waltz in C) for piano, flute, clarinet, violin and violoncello (2009)
Zone Opus-posth, or… (8 multi-informational audio-graphical models from the experience of culture) for piano (2009)
Ludus mobile I: diatonic metaepitaphy in memory of conceptualism for piano, 3 any mobile instrument and 6 desks (2009)
Ludus mobile II: dance of In and Yan about the Deepest Emptiness for 1 or 2 violins (2010)
Lux aeterna for the mixed chorus and chamber ensemble (2006)
Credo for 2 sopranos, baritone, string quartet and organ (a part of the international concert project of Youth Circle ZKP during the 50-th International Festival of Modern Music «Warsaw autumn»)
Rondo for flute (oboe) and piano; Songs for children
(Last updated 14.02.2010)
The Belorusian composer Kanstantsin Yaskou studied composition with Viktor Vojtik and conducting with Nikolaj Kolyadko at the Belarusian State Academy of Music in Minsk. There he received his diploma in 2006 and had post-graduate studies in composition from 2006–2008. In 2008 as a participant of Gaude Polonia program of the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of Poland he had a training in composition with Aleksander Lason at the Academy of Music in Katowice.
His music has been performed in Belarus, Poland and Ukraine.
He is a founder and an organizer of the International Festival “DIALOGUES: young composers and performers” which took place at the Belarusian State Academy of Music in Minsk (2007 and 2009).
He has taught the analysis of music form and the theory of the contemporary harmony at the Belarusian State Academy of Music. He also has taught the notation of the Belarusian folklore’s audio records at the Belarusian State University of Culture and Art in Minsk since 2008.