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A French composer born June 13, 1951 in Humbercamps.
Christian Dachez studied notably at the conservatories of Lille, Boulogne and Versailles. He studied the trombone with Raymond Katarzinsky, conducting with Jean-Claude Hartmann, analysis with Philippe Dulat and theory with Yvonne Desportes.
Christian Dachez at first composed music for advertising, the cinema, television and the chanson. Charmed by the music of Ligeti, he found in this composer his spiritual master and definitively directed himself towards a contemporary language.
A French composer born April 12, 1946 in Pessac, who died July 18, 2020.
After studying singing and the classical guitar David Jisse began a career as an author-composer-performer, creating, with Dominique Marge, the duet ‘David and Dominique’. In 1973 he met Luc Ferrari, discovered electroacoustic music composition and trained in studio work, in experimental music and in radiophonic art.
A French composer, pianist, journalist and music critic born May 17, 1943 in Warsaw who died November 3, 2021 in Taillet.
A pianist by training, Joanna Bruzdowicz studied composition with Kazimierz Sikorski at the Higher Music School in Warsaw, then in Paris, notably with Nadia Boulanger and Olivier Messiaen. She completed her itinerary at the GRM and the Sorbonne, where she presented a doctorate in mathematics and logic in contemporary music.
A French composer born July 3, 1978 in Nîmes.
After studying music and musicology at the Conservatory and the University of Montpellier, David Hudry obtained an aggregation in music before joining the composition and new technology classes at the Paris Conservatory. A pupil notably of Emmanuel Nunes, Stefano Gervasoni and Luis Naon, he completed his training with the composition and computer music course at Ircam.
Ivane Béatrice BELLOCQ
A French composer born July 29, 1958 in Saint-Nazaire.
Ivane Bellocq studied the flute with Roger Bourdin, analysis with Max Deutsch and composition with Olivier Greif.
An international performer, she plays and records many works of both the past and the present, notably Bach, Beethoven, Schubert, Debussy, Olivier Greif, Sofia Goubaidoulina, Suzanne Giraud, Patrice Sciortino and Sophie Lacaze.
As a composer she has been invited to numerous residences in the Île de France, in Mayenne and with festivals or ensembles (the chamber choir Les Temperamens Variations, Rencontres Musicales de Haute-Provence, des Hautes-Vosges…).
A French composer born March 12, 1938 in Neuchâtel (Switzerland).
Born into a highly musical family, Tona Scherchen, known as Ti-tigre, started her musical apprenticeship at a very early age. She pursued it for ten years in China, at the Peking and Shanghai conservatories, before becoming a pupil of Hans Werner Henze in Salzburg, of Olivier Messiaen in Paris and of György Ligeti in Vienna. Gaining, notably, a First Prize from the Paris Conservatory (1964) as well as a First Prize in the Composition Competition of the Gaudeamus Foundation (1967), she brings together the European avant-garde idioms of the 1960s and 1970s in a personal language.
A French composer born August 30, 1954 in Paris.
A Swiss composer born May 9, 1941 in Geneva.
A French composer of Japanese descent born December 23, 1947 in Tokyo.
A Spanish composer born February 24, 1940 in Brihuega.
POUGET Nelly (1955)
POUSSEUR Henri (1929-2009)
POWERS Anthony (1953)
POZMANTER Michel (1974)
LE PRADO Cécile (1956)
PREY Claude (1925-1998)
PRIN Yves (1933)
PROBST Dominique (1954)
PROD'HOMME Lucie (1964)
PRODROMIDES Jean (1927-2016)
PUIG Michel (1930)
RABINOVITCH Alexandre (1945)
RACOT Gilles (1951)
RADIGUE Eliane (1932)
RADULESCU Horatiu (1942-2008)
RAI Takayuki (1954)
RASKATOV Alexandre (1953)
RATIU Horia (1951)
RAULT Patrice (1959)
RAXACH Enrique (1932)
RAYNAL Gilles (1954)
RAYNAUD Philippe (1956)
REBOTIER Jacques (1947)
REDGATE Roger (1958)
REDOLFI Michel (1951)
REIBEL Guy (1936)
REICH Steve (1936)
RENARD Claire (1944)