Compositions and epistolary improvisations, in tribute to the writer François Augiéras.
Benjamin Bondonneau: clarinets, percussions, graphic scores, musical interpretations, sound shootings.
Lionel Marchetti: composition of concrete music, realization, synthesizers, sound shootings.
Jean-Yves Bosseur: composition.
Benjamin Bondonneau (born in 1975 in Sarlat) is a French artist and clarinetist active on the free improvisation scene. He has collaborated with Daunik Lazro
, Michel Doneda
, Barre Phillips, Lê Quan Ninh
, Raymond Boni, David Chiesa
, Benjamin Maumus, Sébastien Cirotteau
, François Rossé, Fabrice Charles
, Géraldine Keller, Raphaël Saint-Remy
Lionel Marchetti (born 1967 in Marseille) is a French composer of concrete music
and improviser (electronics, various analogic systems with modified speakers, REVOX reel-to-reel recorder…) as well as a visual-sound artist, a writer and a poet. Whether his music is composed or improvised the body has an important role.
Lionel Marchetti also writes poetry and essays on the art of musique concrète, as a practicing artist of the genre.
Jean-Yves Bosseur (born 1947 in Paris) is a music composer, musicologist and writer. He studied composition at the Rheinische Musikschule in Cologne (Germany) with Karlheinz Stockhausen and Henri Pousseur
, and graduated with a PhD in Philosophy of Art at University of Paris I. Director of Research at C.N.R.S and Professor of musical Composition at the CNR of Bordeaux, he received awards from Fondation Royaumont (France) and Gaudeamus Foundation (Netherlands).