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A French composer born August 1st, 1980 in Paris.
Florent Motsch studied at the Paris Conservatory, notably with Marc-André Dalbavie and Frédéric Durieux. In parallel he gained a musicology degree from the Sorbonne University, Paris. A laureate of the Beaumarchais Foundation, he has also won several prizes since 2008 and was in residence at the Casa de Velàzquez from 2010 to 2012. He has received commissions from the French State (Cinq paysages avec figures absentes, 2009), from Radio France (El beso, 2012) and from private foundations.
A French composer born May 20, 1979 in Bourg-en-Bresse.
A saxophonist and guitarist by training, Karl Naegelen is interested in all kinds of music, from jazz to rock, from classical to contemporary music. He studied at the Lyons Conservatory, notably with Robert Pascal and Denis Lorrain, as well as at the Musikhochschule of Hamburg.
Passionately fond of improvisation and extra-European music, he has made several trips to Surakarta in Indonesia seeking to conserve, in his own style, the smoothness and spontaneity characteristic of music in oral traditions through a constant quest for qualities of sound and tone-colour.
An English composer born June 10, 1960 in Corringham (Essex).
A pianist by training, Mark-Anthony Turnage was nurtured on classical music together with traditional music and jazz. He studied at the Royal College of Music in London with Olivier Knussen and John Lambert and then with Gunther Schuller at Tanglewood in the USA.
A French pianist, composer and arranger born November 14, 1943 in Vaires-sur-Marne.
A pianist by training, Jean-Claude Petit studied at the Paris Conservatory before turning towards jazz and accompanying notably Dexter Gordon and Kenny Clarke. He then turned to popular song, becoming an arranger, orchestrator and composer for Julien Clerc, Gilbert Bécaud, Serge Lama, Claude François and others. He has also collaborated with stage musicals (La Révolution française; 36 Front populaire) and has conducted leading classical orchestras (London Symphony Orchestra, Orchestre de Paris, etc.).
The Composer at Work: Pierre JodlowskiFilmed interview Interviewed by: Grégoire Tosser
A French composer, teacher and conductor born February 18, 1960.
A guitarist by training, and a pupil of Alberto Ponce, Philippe Démier studied at the Paris Conservatory, notably in the classes of Marius Constant, Michel Merlet and Claude Ballif.
A French composer born May 31, 1942 in Lyons.
A French composer born October 1st, 1956.
A self-taught musician, Sylvain Kassap met Luc Ferrari at the University of Paris-Vincennes, where he followed a degree course in ethnomusicology. A saxophonist and specialist of the bass clarinet, he worked with Michel Portal and Bernard Vitet before distinguishing himself in improvised music and jazz, in particular in collaboration with actors (Jacques Bonnaffé, Philippe Duquesne, etc.), writers (François Bon, Jacques Darras, etc.), electroacoustic technicians (éRikm, Thierry Balasse, etc.) or with groups he himself directs.
A French composer born April 14, 1978.
Lionel Ginoux studied music at the Valenciennes Conservatory (harmony, jazz), Goldsmith College University of London (jazz and sound design) and at Marseilles Conservatory where, as a pupil of Georges Bœuf and Régis Campo, he obtained a First Prize for composition in 2004. He also has a master’s degree in the Sciences and Techniques of Image and Sound, and he co-founded, with Sébastien Boin, the ensemble C. Barré.
An Italian composer born December 4, 1978 in Perugia (Italy).
A pianist by training, Marco Momi studied conducting then composition, in particular with Fabio Cifariello Ciardi (Perugia Conservatory), Ivan Fedele (Strasburg Conservatory) and Yan Maresz (Ircam). He holds a doctorate from the Accademia Nazionale Santa Cecilia in Rome.
ESCAICH Thierry (1965)
ESSYAD Ahmed (1938)
ESTAGER Jean-François (1949)
ESTRADA Julio (1943)
EVANGELISTA Jose (1943)
FABER Francis (1952)
FAHRES Michaël (1951)
FALCINELLI Rolande (1920-2006)
FANO Michel (1929)
FANTAPIE Henri-Claude (1938)
FARAGO Pierre (1969)
FATUS Claude (1954)
FAVORY Jean-Baptiste (1967)
FAVOTTI Gino (1962)
FAVRE Marc (1954)
FAVRE Marin (1956)
FAYOLLE Coralie (1960)
FEDELE Ivan (1953)
FELDHANDLER Jean-Christophe (1962)
FÉNELON Philippe (1952)
FENIGSTEIN Victor (1924)
FERNEYHOUGH Brian (1943)
FERON Alain (1954)
FERRARI Luc (1929-2005)
FERRERO Lorenzo (1951)
FERREYRA Beatriz (1937)
FIJAL Anne-Marie (1942)