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A German composer naturalized French, born January 24, 1961 in Giessen Hessen (Germany).
A French composer born January 1st, 1956 in Tournan-en-Brie.
A guitarist by training, Philippe Mion studied at the Paris Conservatory, in the classes of Pierre Schaeffer and Guy Reibel, as well as at the Paris-Sorbonne University (1974-1978). The discovery of electroacoustic music was a revelation; he collaborated in the activities of the GRM, became a producer for Radio France (1979-1982) and appeared as a performer of acousmatic works.
A French composer born December 12, 1924 in Marseilles, who died July 29, 2005.
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 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 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.
A French composer born June 6, 1924 in Paris who died November 12, 2008 in Paris.
A pupil of Olivier Messiaen and Simone Plé-Caussade at the Paris Conservatory, Serge Nigg subsequently completed his training with René Leibowitz who initiated him into dodecaphonism. With this he composed Variations for piano and ten instruments (1946), the first strictly dodecaphonic French work. Serge Nigg subsequently distanced himself from serialism, his political convictions guiding him towards a kind of music more accessible to everyone.
An Argentine composer born June 14, 1960 in Buenos Aires (Argentina).
A Spanish composer born September 21, 1954.
Adolfo Núñez studied composition and the guitar at the Royal Madrid Conservatory before completing his studies elsewhere in Europe, notably as a pupil of Francisco Guerrero, Carnelo Alonso Bernaola, Brian Ferneyhough and Luis de Pablo. He studied computer-assisted music with John Chowning and Leland Smith at the CCRMA (Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics) of Stanford in the USA, where he obtained a Master of Arts degree. He also obtained a diploma from the Escuela Tecnica Superior de Ingenieros Industriales in Madrid.
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A Spanish composer born January 28, 1930 in Bilbao (Spain).
MARY Mario Marcelo (1961)
LE MASNE Xavier (1954)
MASON Benedict (1954)
MASSON Gérard (1936)
MATALON Martin (1958)
MATHER Bruce (1939)
MATHESON Iain (1956)
MATRY Didier (1958)
MATSUDAIRA Yori-Aki (1931)
MAUDOT Christophe-Olivier (1961)
MAXWELL DAVIES Peter (1934-2016)
MEFANO Paul (1937)
MEGYERI Krisztina (1974)
MEIER Daniel (1934-2004)
MEIMOUN François (1979)
MELCHIORRE Alessandro (1951)
MENGEL Annette (1961)
MENNESSON Christine (1955)
MENUT Benoît (1977)
MEREAUX Max (1946)
MERLET Michel (1939)
MERLIER Bertrand (1958)
MERNIER Benoît (1964)
MESSIAEN Olivier (1908-1992)
MESTRAL Patrice (1945)
MEUNIER Gérard (1928)
MEYNAUD Michel (1950-2016)
MIEREANU Costin (1943)