DAY BY DAY PROGRAM
Wednesday, June 9, 2010
Pierre Jodlowski has designed an immersive installation where the user interacts intuitively and intelligently with the sonorous and visual environment.
Mortuos Plango, vivos voco
Composed by Jonathan Harvey in 1980, this electro-acoustic masterpiece blends together the composer’s son’s voice, a chorister, and the harmonies of the bell at Winchester cathedral (using CHANT software for the synthesized voiced created at IRCAM).
International Symposium / Model, Prototype, Work
A special system of production of an object-program, the idea of the prototype (of either a practice or an object) underlies experimentation and prefigures the production of a series.
International Symposium / Voice and Eloquence
Marked by the creation of Voi(Rex) by Philippe Leroux for voice, ensemble, and electronics, Bruno Latour and the composer explore the eloquence and persuasion of a vocal theatricality that has become an archetype for a second work by Leroux, Apocalypsis.
Heiner Goebbels turned toward the choreographer Mathilde Monnier to ask her to direct his opera, Surrogate Cities, in Berlin: a 'growing' city, a living organism that became theater and then film.
Cantate égale pays
First imagined in 2007 and then further defined through the reading of Bach’s cantatas, this creation by Gérard Pesson marks the his first acquaintance with electronics and virtual instruments.
Emergence: Young Artists
An international rendezvous of emerging creation, the realizations of IRCAM’s 2010 Cursus 2 program invite you to dive into the universe of string instruments and their electronic avatars.