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A French composer born January 1st, 1950 in Briançon.
A pianist by training, Nicolas Frize also studied singing and choral conducting. He was a pupil of Pierre Schaeffer in the electroacoustic composition class at the Paris Conservatory, and was then assistant to John Cage in New York, on the occasion of a ‘Villa Medici fuori i muri’ bursary. Since 1975 he he has directed the association Les Musiques de la boulangère with which, in the service of contemporary music, he works to devise, create, produce, promote and train.
A French composer of Polish origin born May 13, 1949 in Bydgoszcz (Poland).
Piotr Moss studied at the Higher Music School of Warsaw (1968-1972), notably with Grazyna Bacewicz and Piotr Perkowski. He completed his training with Krzysztof Penderecki and later in Paris with Nadia Boulanger.
At first a composer of illustrative music for Polish theatre and radio, he received, after settling in France, many commissions for ‘pure’ music, particularly state commissions (Incontri for orchestra, 1981; Récit II for violin and orchestra, 2005) and from Radio France (Défets, oratorio, 1987; Fresques for orchestra, 1998).
A French composer and conductor born June 3, 1933 in Sainte-Savine.
A French composer born January 25, 1961 in Lyons.
A pianist by training, Christophe Maudot studied at the Lyons Regional Conservatory and at the Paris Conservatory, notably with Pierre Schaefer, Guy Reibel, Laurent Cuniot, Yves Gérard, Betsy Jolas and Alain Bernaud.
A programme advisor for the Orchestre National de France for ten years, he worked at the same time in research and recording studios, interesting himself in the musical potential of new instruments together with the electroacoustic and digital transformation of sound.
A French composer born July 14, 1947 in Orléans.
A French and Swiss composer, writer and stage director born July 13, 1961 in Chambéry.
A guitarist by training, Jean-Christophe Rosaz studied at the Lyons Conservatory, notably with Gilbert Amy, Raffi Ourgandjian and Robert Pascal, before finishing with a course in film music composition at the École Normale in Paris.
A French composer born January 24, 1942 in Le Mans.
A Chinese composer born July 31, 1971.
A pianist by training, Leilei Tian studied composition, obtaining a master’s degree at the Central Peking Conservatory (1988-1995). She completed her training with an advanced diploma (2001) at the Göteborg Conservatory, and by following summer classes at such great institutions as Darmstadt, Acanthes, Royaumont, as well as the composition and music IT course at Ircam (2002-2003).
A French composer born March 7, 1967 in Antony.
A pianist by training, Frédéric Verrières studied at the Brussels Conservatory then the Paris Conservatory in the classes of Marc-André Dalbavie, Gérard Grisey, Michael Levinas, François Théberge and Gabriel Yared. He completed his apprenticeship with a course of computer music at Ircam.
A French composer, improviser, performer-broadcaster and director born August 25, 1945 in Compiègne.
A violinist by training, Christian Clozier turned towards instrumental and electronic improvisation with the ensemble Opus N. In parallel he studied at the Schola Cantorum, the Paris Conservatory and then with Pierre Schaeffer at the GRM. The deviser and designer of instruments/systems, he developed studios for composition (Charybde, 1972) as well as two electro-acoustic instruments, one for child pedagogy and amateurs (Gmebogosse, 1972), the other for live performance-diffusion (Gmebaphone, 1973).
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)
KELLER Patrick (1955)
KERGOMARD Henri (1961)
KESSLER Thomas (1937)
KESTELLIKIAN Cyril (1972)