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Panorama de la Musique Contemporaine

 

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CLAUDE BALLIF 1924
Musical studies at the Bordeaux, Paris and Berlin music academies. He was a lecturer at the " Institut Français " in Berlin and Hamburg, an assistant with the musical research group of the French national radio and television with Pierre Schaeffer, and taught analysis at the Reims conservatory. Since 1971 he teaches analysis at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique in Paris, and is associated composition professor since 1982
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JEAN-YVES BOSSEUR (1947)
Music composition studies at the Rheinische Musikschule in Cologne with K. Stockhausen and H. Pousseur then philosophy studies at the Paris X University. In charge of research work at the C. N. R. S_ the national center for scientific research, and co-founder of the Intervalles group, he is awarded the prize of the Royaumont foundation and of the Gaudeamus foundation.

 

THERESE BRENET (1935)
Musical studies at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique, Paris, where she is awarded the Rom Grand Prix in 1965. After her stay at the Medicis Villa she is appointed professor at the abovementioned music academy in Paris in 1970. Since then she devotes her professional life to teaching and musical creation.

 

JACQUES CASTEREDE (1926)
Pupil of Olivier Messiaen and Tony Aubin at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique, Paris, he is awarded the Rome Grand Prix in 1953. At the present time, Jacques Casterede is a professor at the said music academy in Paris and teaches composing at the Ecole Normale de Musique.

 

CHARLES CHAYNES (1925)
Musical studies at the music academies at Toulouse and later Paris, where he is awarded the Rome Grand Prix in 1951. From 1965 till 1974 he is the manager of the France-Musique broadcasting department of the French national radio and television. Since the latter date he heads the musical creation department at the French national radio.

 

PATRICE FOUILLAUD (1949)
Until 1971 he studies composing as an autodidact, then attends summer courses of the Siena Academy, in the composition classes of Franco Donatoni, where he is awarded first prize for composing after two years of attendance.

 

EDITH LEJET (1941)
She was awarded the Prix de la Vocation and a Rome Grand Prix. Edith Lejet is a professor at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique, Paris, where she was a pupil of André Jolivet.

 

JEAN-LOUIS PETIT (1937)
Enrolled at the Reims and Paris music academies, he attends composition, organ and percussion courses. A composer and conductor, Jean-Louis Petit at the present time heads the music workshop of Ville d'Avray.

 

JEANNINE RICHER (1924)
Musical studies at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique, Paris. She studies composing and the serial technique with Max Deutsch and electro-acoustic music with Jean-Etienne Marie. She teaches at the Ecole Normale de Musique in Paris until 1976 and then becomes Max Deutsch's assistant
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RAFET RUDI (1949)
He studies music at the Belgrade, Yugoslavia, university, where he graduates in 1973, orchestra conducting, and 1974, composing. In 1979 he comes to Paris to work with Claude Ballif. At the present time he is the principal conductor of the choir of the Pristina radio television station.

 

RAYMOND VAILLANT (1935)
Musical studies at the Ecole Normale de Musique, Paris with emphasis on harmony, counterpoint and fugue with Julien Falk, then analysis and composing with Claude Ballif. Later he becomes assistant to Max Deutsch at the Ecole Normale de Musique.

 

JESUS VILLA-ROJO (1940)
Musical studies at the Madrid conservatory and at the Santa Cecilia academy in Rome. He is the founder of the " Nuove Forme Sonore " group, the "Forum Players " and of the "LIM" of which he is the artistic director.
(BIOGRAPHIES written in 1984)