An Italian composer born September 3, 1965 in Alcacer (Portugal).
Vincent-Raphaël Carinola studied at the Toulouse Conservatory with Bertrand Dubedout and then at the Lyons Conservatory in the electroacoustic composition and computer music classes of Denis Lorrain and Philippe Manoury.
Carinola works on the spatialisation of sound (Historia, acousmatic music, 2009; Cielo Vivo, acousmatic music, commissioned by the GRM, 2006) and on the link between the traditional domain of instrumental music and that of electroacoustic music. His style has been enriched by his reflexions on instrumental gesture (Toucher for thereminvox, computer and sound-projection, 2009), that are often the result of a collaboration with such committed musicians as Jérémie Siot (Devant la loi for violin and equipment, 2005), Eric Porche (Torsades for clarinet, 2009; Tourmaline, 2009), the ensemble L’Instant Donné (Hyperion, commissioned by the French State, 2012), or Frédérique Cambreling (Sanjo for 2 harps, 2016). Carinola also designs shows featuring the interaction of instrumental gesture, image, scenography and electronic sounds (Typhon, commissioned by Grame, 2008) and sound installations (Monolithe, interactive installation, 2014).
After teaching composition associated with new technologies at the Lyons Conservatory, he was appointed teacher at the École Supérieure de Musique in Burgundy where he created a studio for mixed and electroacoustic music.