Giulia Lorusso et Alessandro Rudi
Stefano Gervasoni, Marco Liuni et Francesco Cretti
José Miguel Fernandez et Raphaël Foulon
Davíð Brynjar Franzson
Raphaël Imbert et Benjamin Lévy
Trami NGuyen et Vincent Isnard
Hans Peter Stubbe Teglbjærg
Michelle Agnes Magalhaes
Núria Giménez-Comas et Marlon Schumacher
Andrea Agostini studied composition and electronic music in Bologna and then went on to perfect his skills in Italy and France, where he attended IRCAM's Cursus program in composition and computer music. He composes instrumental, electroa…
OpenEndedGroup (Marc Downie & Paul Kaiser)
Their pioneering approach to digital art frequently combines three signature elements: non-photorealistic 3D rendering; the incorporation of body movement by motion-capture and other means; and the autonomy of artworks directed or assisted by artificial …
Pavlos Antoniadis (Greek Composer): Gesture Cutting Through Textual Complexity: Towards a Tool for Online Gesture Analysis and Control of Complex Piano Notation Processing.
Aaron Einbond (American composer): A Factor Oracle for Timbre.
Jason Freeman (American composer): Shadows, New Techniques in Real-Time Music Notation and Audience Participation.
Nicolas Mondon (French Composer): Acoustical Diffusion of Electroacoustic Material: Experiments on the Clarinet.
José Miguel Fernandez (Chilean Composer): A Study of Writing for Interaction and Synchronization in Mixed Music.
Richard Dubelski & Gregory Beller (French Composers): Synekine Project.
John MacCallum (American composer) & Teoma Naccarato (Canadian Dancer): Heart Rate From Contemporary Dancers.
Paul Clift (Austrian Composer): Acoustic---Aggregate---Synthesis.
Ben Hackbarth (American composer): research on template-based concatenative synthesis algorithm on large databases and for compositional purposes.
Mari Kimura (American/Japanese composer): extensions of the use and compositional vocabulary of the augmented violin.
Tomas Bordalejo, composer - Christelle Séry, associated guitarist
The Collegium Musicae Residency at IRCAM
This research-creation residency is an integral part of the Collegium Musicae's Analysis/Creation research as well as a part of the symposium When the Guitar Electrifies (Itself)! dedicated to an instrument that represents one of the major musical revolutions of the 20th century.
In partnership with IRCAM (Research/Creation Interface department), the Collegium Musicae has commissioned a work from the Tomas Bordalejo, composed and performed in close collaboration with the guitarist Christelle Séry. The world premiere of this work will be on June 24, 2016 at the Philharmonie de Paris. This work will represent six months of research-creation on a SmartInstruments guitar in the IRCAM studios in collaboration with Adrien Mamou-Mani and the Instrumental Acoustics team. This guitar is a combination of an acoustic and an electric guitar, a sort of "third instrument" with specific particularities and playing styles, both pre-existing and created during the residency.
Christopher Trapani (American composer): Real-time tempo canons with Antescofo.
Alexander Sigman (American composer): series of site-specific sound installations involving innovative (re)designs of car alarm system prototypes.
Per Bloland (American composer): A physical model of electromagnet-string interaction.
Jaime E. Oliver La Rosa (Peruvian composer): following gestures in video-based controllers.
Natasha Barrett (English composer): research - through tests and musical sketches - involving the evaluation of perception of spatialization in the context of high order Ambisonics.
Carmine Emanuele Cella (Italian composer): application of the theory of sound types for musical composition.
Daniele Ghisi (Italian composer): computer-assisted orchestration in connection with the relationship between the micro-temporal study of sound properties and their macro-temporal organization in musical discourse.
Rama Gottfried (American composer): study of the aesthetic aspects of the Wave Field Synthesis sound spatialization system ; impact of visual cues on the perception of the localization of sources ; development of new notational approaches in the musical writing of spatialization.
Thierry De Mey (Belgian composer): creation of a taxonomy of gestures for the management of writing electronic processes.
Emmanuel Nunes (Portuguese composer): development of a rhythmic quantifier capable of combining duration, rhythm and tempo ; development of a notational system for polyphonies of durations and rhythmical structures.
Robert H.-P. Platz (German composer): musical research on a hybrid instrument with embedded electronics, connected with the musician's autonomy.
Andrea Agostini (Italian composer): development of an additive synthesis sound system including both the generating technologies as well as a reflection on the mechanisms of high level parameter control.
Daniel Ciampolini (French percussionist): collaborative work with the scientific teams on Antescofo (score following) and Gesture Follower; participation in experiments for projects by Lorenzo Pagliei, Thomas Grill, and Francesca Verunelli.
Thomas Grill (Austrian composer): study of the interpretation of a pre-recorded sound corpus via gesture recognition and computer aided composition ; study of the relation between gestures perceived in sound and sound-producing gestures.
Lorenzo Pagliei (Italian composer): development of a tightly coupled relation between the control of physical model synthesis and the modeling of the spatial directivity of sound.
Francesca Verunelli (Italian composer): related to a string quartet project using physical model synthesis, the goal is to create a multi-string virtual instrument for exploring harmonic sounds controlled by a computer aided composition.