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An Italian composer, performer, painter, writer, stage director born October 1, 1931 in Florence (Italy).
Sylvano Bussotti began his apprenticeship of the violin at the age of five before entering the piano class of Luigi Dallapiccola at the Florence Conservatory where he also studied harmony and counterpoint. War, however, interrupted his studies though he subsequently studied composition as an autodidact. In 1956 he became a pupil of Max Deutsch in Paris and met Pierre Boulez, who introduced him to Darmstadt where became acquainted with John Cage.
A French composer born August 20, 1957 in Paris.
Jean-René Combes-Damiens studied musicology at the University of Paris-Sorbonne as well as the piano at the École Normale de Musique in Paris. He trained in composition with Patrice Sciortino at the European Music Conservatory of Paris, as well as by virtue of significant encounters with Antoine Tisné and Henri Dutilleux.
A French composer born May 17, 1952 in Rouen.
Francis Faber studied at the University of Rouen and the Paris Conservatory.
With a passion for the stage, multidisciplinary creation and multimedia, he cultivates real-time electronics, plays on digital instruments such as the Wiimote, the Karlax, and actually builds the instruments required for his shows.
An Argentinian composer born September 29, 1956 in Buenos Aires (Argentina).
Born into a family of musicians, Carlos Grätzer studied with his father, the Austro-Argentinian composer and teacher Guillermo Grätzer.
A Japanese composer born January 31, 1969 in Tokyo (Japan).
After a master’s degree in composition at the Tokyo National University for the Fine Arts and Music in 1992, Misato Mochizuki settled in France and studied at the Paris Conservatory, notably in the classes of Paul Méfano and Emmanuel Nunes. She subsequently followed the composition and computer music course of Ircam (1996-1997) and enriched her way of listening to music, notably in contact with Tristan Murail.
A French composer born June 12, 1955 in Plessis-Robinson.
Patrick Roudier studied composition and music research first with Pierre Schaeffer and Guy Reibel at the Paris Conservatory (1979-1982), then with Mauricio Kagel at the Centre Acanthes (1981), Thomas Kessler at the Basel Music Academy (1983) and Pierre Henry, whose music assistant he was at the studio Son-D (1984-1985).
Roudier has composed acousmatic works as well as works for soloists and electronics. He has also written for the stage, collaborating with choreographers such as Joëlle Bouvier, Régis Obadia, Françoise and Dominique Dupuy (B.A.CH./Gmbh, 2001, commissioned by the French State).
A French composer and musicologist born December 21, 1947 in Brives.
After studying architecture at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris, computer music at Vincennes University with Patrick Greussay and collective musical practice with Giuseppe Englert, Marc Battier obtained a degree in computing, a master’s degree in music and a doctorate in the philosophy and æsthetics of forms.
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 French composer, pianist, journalist and music critic born May 17, 1943 in Warsaw.
A pianist by training, Joanna Bruzdowicz studied composition with Kazimierz Sikorski at the Higher Music School in Warsaw, then in Paris, notably with Nadia Boulanger and Olivier Messiaen. She completed her itinerary at the GRM and the Sorbonne, where she presented a doctorate in mathematics and logic in contemporary music.
A French composer born September 30, 1936 in Courbevoie.
After studying the piano with Yvonne Lefébure, Monic Cecconi-Botella entered the Paris Conservatory and gained a diploma for harmony in the class of Maurice Duruflé, for counterpoint and fugue with Simone Plé-Caussade, as well as for composition in the classes of Jean Rivier and Henri Dutilleux. She won the Grand Prix de Rome in 1966.
MION Philippe (1956)
MIQUEL Olivier (1955)
MIROGLIO Francis (1924-2005)
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)
MORANÇON 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)