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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.
Luis De PABLO
A Spanish composer born January 28, 1930 in Bilbao (Spain).
A French composer born October 28, 1961 in Valenciennes.
A pupil of Ivo Malec, Betsy Jolas and Gérard Grisey at the Paris Conservatory, François Paris won a First Prize for composition and was then a laureate of the International Besançon Competition for La chair de l'aube (1992). In residence at the Villa Medici (1993-1995), he subsequently obtained a CA teaching degree for music school direction.
Director of the CIRM and the festival Manca, he taught composition and made regular appearances in France (Fondation Royaumont, Nice Conservatory) and also abroad (Berkeley in California, Moscow Conservatory, Peking University, Shanghai Conservatory).
A French composer born July 14, 1947 in Orléans.
A German composer and conductor born January 29, 1971.
After instrumental training (piano, violin, percussion), Matthias Pintscher studied conducting with Peter Eötvös as well as composition with Giselher Klebe in Detmold and Manfred Trojahn in Düsseldorf. He also met Hans Werner Henze during the summer classes at Montepulciano. With his first opera, Thomas Chatterton (1998) he achieved international recognition. He was invited all over the world and in 2008 Pierre Boulez conducted the premiere of his Osiris with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
A Spanish composer born March 10, 1967 in Valladolid (Spain).
Alberto Posadas studied music first in Valladolid then in Madrid and studied composition with Francisco Guerrero.
A French composer and conductor born June 3, 1933 in Sainte-Savine.
An American composer born October 3, 1936 in New York.
A pianist and a percussionist, with a degree in philosophy, Steve Reich studied composition with the jazz player Hall Overton as well as at the Juilliard School. Il obtained a Master of Arts degree in music at Mills College after following the classes of Luciano Berio and Darius Milhaud while steeping himself in jazz. In 1966 he founded his own ensemble, Steve Reich and Musicians, and this gave him a suitable framework for his experimental form of composition.
MIYAMAE Chieko (1951)
MOCHIZUKI Misato (1969)
MOENE Alain (1942)
MOENNE-LOCCOZ Philippe (1953)
MOMI Marco (1978)
MONDON Nicolas (1980)
MONNET Marc (1949)
MONTAGUE Stephen (1943)
MONTALBETTI Eric (1968)
MORANCON Guy (1927)
MORCIANO Lara (1968)
MOREL Jean-Marie (1934)
MOSS Piotr (1949)
MOTSCH Florent (1980)
MOULTAKA Zad (1967)
MOURET André (1941)
MULSANT Florentine (1962)
MUNDRY Isabel (1963)
MURAIL Tristan (1947)
MUSSEAU Michel (1948)
NAEGELEN Karl (1979)
NANTE Alex (1992)
NAON Luis (1961)
NARBONI François (1963)
NARITA-YOSHIDA Kazuko (1957)
NEIDHOFER Christoph (1967)
NEUWIRTH Olga (1968)
NICOLAS François (1947)