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Albums

Trees – recording a new album with Whim Ensemble released by Parma Records

The conception and recording of the album “Trees” of the duo Whim with the collaboration of the double bass player Stéphane Diamantakiou. Scheduled for release in early winter 2022 under the important American label PARMA recordings, and their sub-label Ravello records, also distributed via Naxos. The project is supported by the Canada Council for the

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Chamber music

New piece commission of ur.werk for a premiere in Hannover, Germany

“Départs… entanglements” (“Departures… Unleashes”) is a concert series with a total of 8 concerts (4 double concerts) within the framework of the ensemble friendship between two Hanoverian ensembles and two Canadian ensembles from Montréal. The Flex Ensemble and Ensemble ur.werk, the string quartet Bozzini and the saxophone quartet Quasar will present with two premieres each

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Compositions

Research-Creation of an interface using Ableton Push

Push is an accessory that allows you to control Ableton Live. It is traditionally used, especially by DJs, to launch sequences, samples or play digital drums. The two studies I will compose will take Push far beyond this role and transform it into a digital chamber music instrument suitable for contemporary/experimental music and perfectly suited

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Collaborations

Traductions – research-creation project for a percussionist and a canvas

Traductions is an interdisciplinary musical composition project for solo percussionist on amplified and processed canvas. In the performance that will result from the research-creation process, a work that is both sonic and visual will be produced by the performer’s tactile action on the canvas, through various gestures involving the hands, but also painting tools and

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Chamber music

Tracé – ensemble Cairn

Piece commissioned by ensemble Cairn for the festival Ensemble[s] in Paris. For Violin, Cello, Accordion, and Piano. My work often begins with the search for a sound image. In Tracé, this image is constructed by granular points, which, by their proximity to each other, form a body. This body repeats and transforms itself constantly, keeping

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