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A French composer and conductor born May 18, 1957 in Reims.
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…).
An Italian composer born March 12, 1964 in Reggio Emilia (Italy).
Stefano Bonilauri studied composition, choral music and the piano at the conservatories of Bologna and Reggio Emilia. He was notably a pupil of the composers Armando Gentilucci, Fabrizio Fanticini, Adriano Guarnieri and Alessandro Solbiati.
A French composer born March 3, 1964 in Saint-Yrieix-La-Perche.
Jean-Marc Chouvel studied at Caen Conservatory, discovered contemporary music while listening to Pierre Boulez’ lectures at the Collège de France and completed his apprenticeship with Francisco Guerrero. He presented a doctoral thesis on the theory of form and its implications for contemporary music creation.He is also a computer and electronics engineer, the holder of a CAPES in physics and a DEA in the Sciences of matter and radiation (nuclear physics option). Passionately fond of art, he also obtained an aggregation in the visual arts.
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).
A Belgian composer born November 23, 1953 in Liège (Belgium).
Bernard Foccroulle studied the organ at the Royal Liège Conservatory and took advanced classes notably with Xavier Darasse and Gustav Leonhardt. Passionately interested in both baroque and contemporary music, he notably recorded the organ works of Bach, Buxtehude and premiered the music of composers such as Philippe Boesmans, Brian Ferneyhough, Betsy Jolas, Xavier Darasse, Jonathan Harvey and Pascal Dusapin.
A French composer born March 21, 1953 in Annecy.
Philippe Moënne-Loccoz studied at the Geneva Conservatory in the electroacoustic composition class of Rainer Boesch. In parallel he followed classes with Philippe Albéra and made some crucial encounters, notably with Pierre Schaeffer, Pierre Henry, Tristan Murail and Alain Savouret.
A French composer born July 17, 1947 in La Bourboule.
A pianist and organist by training, François Nicolas, with a diploma from the École Polytechnique, chose the path of composition after meeting the American composer Robert Carl. Then an unregistered student at the Paris Conservatory, he notably followed the classes of Michel Philippot, and completed his piano studies with Carlos Roque Alsina. He attended the summer academies of Acanthes, Darmstadt and Ircam, where he met Mauricio Kagel, Luciano Berio and Brian Ferneyhough.
An Argentine composer born June 14, 1960 in Buenos Aires (Argentina).
A French composer born February 14, 1950 in L'Isle-Adam.
In parallel with studying architecture, Claudy Malherbe followed the classes of Gérard Geay (renaissance counterpoint), Alain Bernaud (harmony), Yvonne Desportes (fugue), Max Deutsch (composition), André Riotte (formalised analysis) and Iannis Xenakis (mathematical formalisation).
A researcher at Ircam, a member of the Atelier de Recherche Instrumentale, he led a project devoted to new instrumental techniques and the beginnings of computer-assisted composition. From all this work, he integrated into his musical syntax the acoustic properties of sound materials and made the computer a veritable tool for musical composition.
LACHERT Piotr (1938)
DE LAET Joris (1947)
LANCINO Thierry (1954)
LANDOWSKI Marcel (1915-1999)
LANDUZZI Cristina (1961)
LANZA Mauro (1975)
LAPRIDA Andrès (1959)
LARMOR Luc (1959)
LAUBA Christian (1952)
LAUBEUF Vincent (1974)
LAUBIER Serge De (1957)
LAURAS Marc (1956)
LAUREAU Jean-Marc (1946)
LAVAL Philippe (1961)
LAY Raoul (1964)
LAZARUS Pascale (1966)
LAZKANO Ramon (1968)
LEANDRE Joëlle (1951)
LECLERC Sophie (1964)
LECLERE Hugues (1968)
LEDOUX Claude (1960)
LEE Noël (1924-2013)
LEFEBVRE Claude (1931-2012)
LEFEBVRE Olivier (1956)
LEFRANCOIS Laurent (1974)
LEGRANDGERARD Philippe (1957)
LEGUAY Jean-Pierre (1939)
LEJET Édith (1941)