An Italian composer born June 26, 1975 in Udine (Italy).
A pianist by training, Stefano Bulfon studied in parallel Greek literature and composition. He took advanced studies with Sylvano Bussotti and Ivan Fedele at the Strasburg Conservatory. He took part in courses at the Centre Acanthes and Royaumont, where he met some eminent composers, notably Jonathan Harvey and Brian Ferneyhough. He also followed the composition and computer music course of Ircam.
A French composer born August 3, 1960 in Lyons.
Coralie Fayolle followed musicology classes at the Paris-Sorbonne and continued her training at the Paris Conservatory. She won a first place for her music aggregation then presented a thesis on operas for children.
Januibe Tejera: Crossing languagesFilmed interview Interviewed by: Arnaud Merlin
Maurilio Cacciatore: A new conquest of spaceFilmed interview Interviewed by: Arnaud Merlin
Mirtru Escalona-Mijares: Music and politicsFilmed interview Interviewed by: Arnaud Merlin
François Buffet: The spiritual in musicFilmed interview Interviewed by: Arnaud Merlin
A French composer born February 20, 1955 in Neuilly-sur-Seine.
A French composer born January 15, 1959 in Reims.
Arnaud Petit studied notably at the Paris Conservatory and trained in composition with Pierre Schaeffer, Guy Reibel and Luciano Berio. He also studied conducting with Pierre Boulez and computer music with Bénédict Mailliard.
A French composer born May 2, 1964 in Lorient.
With a diploma in acoustics from the University of Lyons, Martial Robert developed a passion for electroacoustic music and especially for the work of Pierre Schaeffer. He trained notably at the conservatories of Lyons and Paris, and studied musicology at the University of Paris-Sorbonne. The holder of a doctorate in musicology and communication, he is the author of analytical biographies of Pierre Schaeffer and Ivo Malec.
Robert cofounded Ousonmupo (OUvroir du SONore et du MUsical POtentiels) as well as the research studio Art3mix, dedicated to the creation of artistic forms combined with new technologies.
A French composer born February 19, 1954 in Paris.
Born into the artistic family of the Casadesus, Dominique Probst studied at the Paris Conservatory and won the composition prize of the Fondation Nadia et Lili Boulanger. He was solo timpanist for the Orchestre Colonne (1973-2015) and teaches at the Levallois-Perret Conservatory and the Conservatory of the XVIth arrondissement of Paris.
Probst has composed works for the radio, television, stage and ballet (Homo ipse delet, 1972, premiered at the Cité Universitaire in Paris) and has worked notably with Maurice Béjart, Francis Huster, Jean Marais and Laurent Terzieff.