A concrete symphony (a journey between a public sphere—passing trains, passers-by in the street, a construction site— and the intimate relations that a composer can have with an electronic machine or software).
Hubert Michel (born 1976, lives and works in Rouen, France) studied electroacoustic composition with Roland Cahen, Roger Cochini and Christine Groult. He has collaborated with the IMEB and Césaré. He practices the spatialization of concrete music and has his own acousmonium "la bétonneuse". He puts his knowledge at the service of concrete music but also of live performance. He also practices improvised music with his project Wiche.