In partnership with the Pôle d'enseignement supérieur de la musique Seine-Saint-Denis Ile-de-France otherwise know as the "Pôle Sup'93", the Mixed Music Course gives young musicians the opportunity to discover and perform works for instrument and electronics. The workshop on performance of electroacoustic music brings together these young musicians and the students from the academy's workshop. Together, they work on a program of recent works from the repertoire of contemporary music with electronics. The new electroacoustic work by Frédéric Le Bel, created as a part of his doctoral studies in music (carried out at IRCAM) will close this evening's concert.
Students from the Pôle Sup'93 as a part of the Mixed Music Course
Maria Hryshchenko soprano, Wakuko Ide piano, Flavien Lafaille piano, Lise Mariage bass clarinet, Diane Poitrenaud clarinet, Maéva Rabassa harp
Jean Lochard, Grégoire Lorieux IRCAM Educational Advisors
Matteo Cesari Pôle Sup’93 Educational Advisor
Computer music control by academy students
Nicola Casetta, Mako Gviniashvili, Bálint Laczkó, Xu Tong Lee, Nahuel Eduardo Litwin, Brian Sears
FRANCK BEDROSSIAN THE EDGES ARE NO LONGER PARALLEL, LAMENTO
LORENZO BIANCHI HOESCH LOOP
STEFANO GERVASONI ALTRA VOCE (LUCE IGNOTA DELLA SERA, FIORI SOLI ROSSI and VOGELGÄNGER)
MARTIN MATALON TRACES V
EMANUELE PALUMBO CORPS SANS ORGANES
FRÉDÉRIC LE BEL MAIS PLUTÔT DE TROUVER LA, OU LES JUSTES RELATIONS ACCORDANT L'EXISTENCE DE TOUS SES ÉLÉMENTS, Premiere 2018
Frédéric Le Bel
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