ManiFeste-2023, the Academy
ManiFeste, the IRCAM multidisciplinary festival and academy, is a gathering of creative artists in Paris, combining music with other disciplines: theater, dance, digital arts, and visual arts.
The academy welcomes and trains many young composers, performers, and listeners from all over the world to benefit from our large-scale artistic and technological environment and a large public audience during the workshops.
The Academy will provide an opportunity for students, whether active or auditors, to:
- to attend rehearsals of composition workshops and performance master classes
- to follow the courses of the composers, artists, musicians and invited musicians
- to access the exceptional documentary collection of the IRCAM library
- to attend all the academy workshops and master classes free of charge
- to benefit from special rates for ManiFeste-2022 festival concerts
In 2023, the academy is pleased to invite the German composer Isabel Mundry, patron of the second edition of the ÉLAN prize, in partnership with the Orchestre national d’Île-de-France, the Italian composer Francesco Filidei for a chamber music workshop with the soloists from the Ensemble intercontemporain, the Spanish composer Núria Giménez-Comas and the French director Anne Monfort for an In Vivo Théâtre workshop that builds relationships between the African continent and France, the French singer and teacher Valérie Philippin who will lead a workshop on voice and electronic improvisation, and the Taiwanese conductor Lin Liao who will lead the ULYSSES Ensemble with the participation and complicity of musicians from the Ensemble intercontemporain.
The eleventh edition of the academy is based on close relationships with the following cultural and educational institutions: the Conservatoire national supérieur d’art dramatique de Paris, the Council on International Educational Exchange (American universities), the École nationale supérieure Louis-Lumière, the Ensemble intercontemporain, permanent associate ensemble, the Orchestre national d'Île-de-France, the Pôle supérieur d'enseignement artistique Aubervilliers - La Courneuve - Seine-Saint-Denis Ile-de-France called "Pôle Sup'93", the Studio Théâtre de Vitry, the T2G-Théâtre de Gennevilliers, the ULYSSES network, supported by the European Union's Creative Europe program.
Applications for the ÉLAN 2023 prize are already being accepted. For the other workshops and master classes, applications will open on Tuesday, October 4, 2022
It is the responsibility of the candidates to read the content of the workshop or master class for which they are applying (participation fees, start and end dates of the workshop or master class, instrumentation, instructions, deadline for handing in scores and/or materials).
Candidates' applications will be examined by a review committee composed of the teaching staff. The committee's decisions are final and cannot be appealed. The conditions and fees vary according to each workshop.
Candidates who do not respect the instructions described or who are absent, even partially, during their workshop or master class, will have their participation cancelled by the teaching team without possibility of appeal and without reimbursement of their registration fees.
Registration fees will be refunded if the academy is cancelled due to COVID-19 related measures. However, disruptions in transportation, health recommendations and quarantine, confinement or testing requirements will be the responsibility of the applicant, who is responsible for making arrangements to attend in accordance with COVID-19 measures, both in his or her home country and upon arrival in France.