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Jean-Jacques DI TUCCI
A French composer born February 25, 1958 in Montpellier.
After studying music at the Montpellier Conservatory, Jean-Jacques Di Tucci became a piano teacher and a pianist, notably with the ensemble Diagonales. Later (1992-1995) he completed his training at the Lyons Conservatory in the composition classes of Gilbert Amy and those of musical analysis with Robert Pascal.
A French composer born September 17, 1967 in Marseille.
At first an autodidact, Lionel Marchetti subsequently explored the musique concrète repertory with Xavier Garcia, a composer and musician with Arfi (Imaginary Folklore Research Association).
He composes in the studios of the GRM (Groupe de Recherches Musicales), the GMVL (Groupe Musiques Vivantes de Lyon), La Muse en Circuit, Cesaré in Rheims, as well as in his own studio. With the artiste Olivier Capparos, he prepares creative radiophonic workshops for France Culture. The two composers have collaborated in this way notably on Kitty Hawk, le sable et le vent, first performed at the Grand Théâtre in Rheims in 2008, and Le puits et la dune, first performed on France Culture in 2014.
A British composer born July 15, 1934 in Lancashire (United Kingdom).
A French composer born August 16, 1930 in Grasse.
Lucien Guérinel, an enthusiastic autodidact, studied the piano and trained with André Jouve and Louis Saguer. A multi-facetted creative artiste, he is also a poet and cultivates his work with a sensitivity and a curiosity for photography, the cinema, painting and poetry.
An American composer born August 22, 1934 in Salem (United States).
A violinist and percussionist by training, John Chowning obtained a Bachelor of Music at the University of Springfield. He completed his apprenticeship in composition and theory with Nadia Boulanger in Paris (1959-1962) and attended the concerts of the Domaine Musical, enjoying the contemporary repertory and electronic music in particular. Back in the USA he continued his studies at the University of Stanford and became a Doctor of Musical Arts (1966).
An American composer born October 24, 1929 in Charleston (United States).
George Crumb studied at the universities of Illinois and Michigan and at the Berkshire Music Center as well as in Berlin, notably with Boris Blacher. A laureate of many prizes, including the Pulitzer Prize for Echoes of Time and the River (1967), and Unesco’s International Composers’ Rostrum, hailed all over the world, his music is characterised by poetic sensitivity, evocative power and great concision.
Bernard De VIENNE
A French composer born July 2, 1957 in Tunis.
A flautist, Bernard de Vienne trained with Renaud François, Alain Marion, Maxence Larrieu and Jean-Pierre Rampal, and joined the ensemble Musique Vivante conducted by Diego Masson. In parallel he studied musicology at the University of Paris VIII, found an interest in ethnomusicology and gained a master’s degree under the direction of Daniel Charles and Francis Bayer. He completed his self-taught apprenticeship in composition with Carlos Roqué Alsina.
A French composer born March 28, 1949 in Limoges.
A flautist by training, Patrice Fouillaud studied at the Limoges Conservatory. He then began a career as an orchestral musician and music education teacher before following a composition course at the Accademia Chigiana in Sienna with Franco Donatoni (1979). He followed advanced classes at the Accademia Santa Cecilia in Rome (1980-1982), where he won a First Prize for composition.
A Polish composer born December 6, 1933 in Czernica, who died October 12, 2010 in Katowice (Poland).
A violinist by training, Henryk Gorecki studied composition at the Katowice Music Academy with Bolesław Szabelski, then in Paris, where he met Pierre Boulez, and in Germany with Karlheinz Stockhausen. Subsequently he never left Poland, impregnating his works with the culture and soul of his native land.
A French composer born December 8, 1930 in Château-Thierry.
Alain Weber studied at the Paris Conservatory, notably with René Challan (harmony), Noël Gallon (counterpoint and fugue), Tony Aubin (composition) and Olivier Messiaen (analysis and musical philosophy). In 1952 he won the Prix de Rome as well as the Prix Sogeda for his ballet Le petit jeu (1951).
JOHNSON Tom (1939)
JOLAS Betsy (1926)
JOLIVET André (1905-1974)
JOLY Suzanne (1914-2012)
JOULE Alain (1950)
JUBARD Philippe (1957)
JUSTEL Elsa (1944)
KAGEL Mauricio (1931-2008)
KAHN Frédéric (1966)
KAN-NO Shigeru (1959)
KANACH Sharon (1957)
KANEKO Hitomi (1965)
KANG Sukhi (1934)
KARLSSON Erik Mikael (1967)
KARSKY Michel (1936)
KASPAR Olivier (1962)
KASPAROV Youri (1955)
KASSAP Sylvain (1956)
KATZER Georg (1935)
KAUFMANN Dieter (1941)
KAUFMANN Serge (1930)
KEANE David (1943)
KEAY Nigel (1955)
KELEMEN Milko (1924-2018)
KELLER Patrick (1955)