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An Argentine composer born February 28, 1962 in La Falda (Argentina).
A guitarist by training, Arturo Gervasoni studied at the University of Córdoba before taking advanced classes with Francisco Kröpfl. Abandoning a career as concert guitarist, he devoted himself to the craft of composer and also that of teacher, notably at the Saint-Nazaire Conservatory and at the Cefedem in the Pays de la Loire region of France.
In 2007 he gained a doctorate in musicology with a thesis on the music of Ivan Fedele, for the University of Rennes.
A French composer born May 14, 1959 in East Patchogue (United States).
Anthony Girard studied at the Paris Conservatory, notably with Serge Nigg and Claude Ballif. He won prizes for harmony, counterpoint, analysis, orchestration and composition (1980-1986), as well as a DEA in music history (1985) at the Sorbonne. He was then in residence at the Casa de Velázquez (1986-1988) and developed his style free of all restraints.
A French composer born December 18, 1948 in La Tour du Pin.
With a diploma in art history, sociology and education sciences at Lyons University, James Giroudon studied music with Pierre Schaeffer and Guy Reibel at the Paris Conservatory. Committed to new technologies, he founded the Grame, a national centre for music creation, with Pierre-Alain Jaffrennou in Lyons in 1981 and was jointly in charge of its management and international development. It was with Jaffrennou that he also created, in 1992, the festival Musiques en Scènes, a multidisciplinary event and showcase for new tools for creation and computerised instrument making that has been biennial since 2002.
A German composer, stage director and artistic director born August 17, 1952 in Neustadt / Weinstrasse (Germany).
With a diploma in sociology and music from the University of Frankfurt, Heiner Goebbels is one of the representatives of music theatre. He draws on varied forms of artistic expression, from Hanns Eisler and Bertolt Brecht as well as his earliest experiences in the domains of experimental rock, jazz and the extreme leftwing wind band the Sogenannten Linksradikalen Blasorchester that he founded in 1976.
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 10, 1962 near Lyon.
A cellist by training, Philippe Gouttenoire studied at the École Nationale de Musique in Villeurbanne with Antoine Duhamel, then at the Lyons Conservatory, notably with Raffi Ourgandjian, Gilbert Amy and Jean-Louis Florentz.
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.
A Spanish composer born July 7, 1951 in Linares (Spain) who died January 1st, 1997.
A pupil of Juan Alfonso Garcia, Francisco Guerrero Marin has devoted himself to the organ and composition. He has shown a particular interest in electroacoustic music, founding an electronic music laboratory at Grenada Radio (1969) and setting up the department of electronic music at the University of Las Palmas (1985).
A French composer, organist and improviser born April 18, 1930 in Angers, died January 26, 2019 in Paris.
An organist by training, Jean Guillou studied at the Paris Conservatory, where he was a pupil of Marcel Dupré, Maurice Duruflé and Olivier Messiaen. He went on to teach the organ and composition, organised master classes around the world, particularly on performance and improvisation at the organ, and was titular organist of the church of Saint-Eustache in Paris from 1963 to 2014.
Georg Friedrich HAAS
An Austrian composer born August 16, 1953 in Graz (Austria).
A pianist by training, Georg Friedrich Haas studied composition at the Musikhochschule in Graz then at that in Vienna, with respectively Gösta Neuwirth and Friedrich Cerha. He completed his training with a summer course at Darmstadt as well as a composition and computer music course at Ircam.
LEFEBVRE Olivier (1956)
LEFRANCOIS Laurent (1974)
LEGRANDGERARD Philippe (1957)
LEGUAY Jean-Pierre (1939)
LEJET Édith (1941)
LEJEUNE-BONNIER Eliane (1921-2015)
LEJEUNE Jacques (1940)
LEMAITRE Dominique (1953)
LENFANT Patrick (1945)
LENNERS Claude (1956)
LENOT Jacques (1945)
LEROUX Philippe (1959)
LESAGE Jean (1958)
LESSER David (1966)
LETORT Bruno (1963)
LEVACK DREVER John (1973)
LEVAILLANT Denis (1952)
LEVEL Pierre-Yves (1937)
LEVINAS Michaël (1949)
LEVINE Josh (1959)
LEVY Alexandre (1971)
LEVY Fabien (1968)
LEWENSOHN Gideon (1954)
LIAO Lin-Ni (1977)
LIBEROVICI Andrea (1962)
LIERDEMAN Philippe (1965)
LIGETI György (1923-2006)
LIGUORO Pascal (1963)