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Luca Antignani: Praise of the doubleFilmed interview Interviewed by: Arnaud Merlin
Samuel Andreyev: Transparency and simplicityFilmed interview Interviewed by: Arnaud Merlin
A French composer born April 23, 1970 in Eaubonne.
Philippe Forget studied the bassoon, singing and choral and orchestral conducting, notably with the conductor Wolfgang Harrer at the Austro-Hungarian Academy in Budapest.
The founder and conductor of the Orchestre Régional des Jeunes de Bourgogne, he has also conducted various orchestras, including the chorus and orchestra of Lyons Opera, the Orchestre National de Lorraine, the Orchestre Régional Bayonne-Côte Basque. Since 2014 he has been music director of the Chœur National des Jeunes. A champion of the French repertories of yesterday and today, he conducts notably the works of Berlioz, Debussy, Ravel, Milhaud, Jolivet, Jérôme Combier, Philippe Fénelon, Philippe Hersant and Guillaume Connesson.
A German composer born March 14, 1930.
A pianist by training, Dieter Schnebel studied at the Musikhochschule and the University of Freiburg, then at the University of Tübingen (musicology, theology and philosophy). He also followed the Kranichsteiner Ferienkurse für Neue Musik in Darmstadt, where he acquainted himself notably with the composition techniques of Ernst Krenek, Luigi Nono and Pierre Boulez.
A Swiss composer and conductor born November 10, 1942 in Geneva.
A Japanese composer born July 16, 1971 in Japan.
With a degree in law from the Doshisha University of Kyoto, Malika Kishino studied composition in France, notably at the École Normale de Musique in Paris in the class of Yoshihisa Taïra and at the Lyons Conservatory in the class of Robert Pascal. She also followed the composition and computer music course at Ircam (2004-2005), subsequently settling in Germany.
A French composer born June 18, 1970 in Roanne.
With a diploma from the Lyons Conservatory, Stéphane Magnin composes instrumental works (Ant-inferno for ensemble, 2015), mixed works (Nicorni for horn and electroacoustics, 2001, a work revived by the ensemble L’Itinéraire; Contamination et croissance for clarinet, accordion, double bass and electroacoustics, 2005;) and media based music. He also works with other artistes for new stage and dance works, and writes music for documentaries and short films.
A Spanish composer born February 6, 1954 in Madrid (Spain).
A guitarist by training, Francisco Luque studied at the Madrid Conservatory where he was a pupil of Rocio Herrero and Luis de Pablo. He then presented to the University of Paris VIII a thesis entitled ‘A harmony of today? Acoustic space, tone-colour and register in the context of instrumental music’.
A French composer born May 14, 1973 in Marjevols.
A guitarist by training, Franck Vigroux grew up in a world that was a crossroads of different kinds of music, industrial sounds, theatre, dance and video. His eclectic sound world has been influenced by the blues (the album Ciment), electroacoustics (Zaroff, commissioned by the French state, 2011), noise music, contemporary music and experimental electronic music.
A French composer born August 8, 1905 in Paris who died December 20, 1974 in Paris.
Passionately devoted to art, André Jolivet studied painting, the piano and the cello. He became a school teacher while continuing his music studies with Paul Le Flem and above all with Edgar Varèse, who completely redirected his approach to music.
BOESWILLWALD Pierre (1934)
BOEUF Georges (1937)
BOHY François (1949)
BOISGALLAIS Jacques (1927)
BOIVIN Philippe (1954)
BOKANOWSKI Michèle (1943)
BON André (1946)
BONET Narcis (1933)
BONILAURI Stefano (1964)
BONNET Antoine (1958)
BORDALEJO Tomas (1983)
BORREL Stéphane (1974)
BORTOLI Stéphane (1956)
BOSE Hans-Jürgen Von (1953)
BOSSEUR Jean-Yves (1947)
BOUCHOT Vincent (1966)
BOUCOURECHLIEV André (1925-1997)
BOUDREAU Walter (1947)
BOULEZ Pierre (1925-2016)
BOULIANE Denys (1955)
BOURREL Yvon (1932)
BOUSCH François (1946)
BRABANT Eric (1941)
BRADY Tim (1956)
BRENET Thérèse (1935)
BRET Julien (1974)
BREWAEYS Luc (1959)