Academy workshop final performance
His workshop is intended for singers, lyric artists, and vocal performers who want to learn both contemporary vocal languages and computer music, in a situation of improvisation in voice/electronics both as a duo and as a group. Through guided improvisation games, the participants experimented little by little with Valérie Philippin, the contributions of electronics (transformations, mixtures, complex environments), and discovered the latest improvisation software developed at IRCAM (OMAX, SOMAX2 and DYCI2).
Valérie Philippin (singer), Claudia Jane Scroccaro (computer music designers / specialized instructors)
Mikhail Malt (scientific advisor, Musical Representations team, IRCAM-STMS)
Sylvain Cadars IRCAM sound diffusion
Improvisations by the student singers
Beatrice Arrigoni, Lise Borel, Sarah Brabo-Durand, Guilherme De Almeida, Ninon Demange, Paolo Leonardi, Kanae Mizobuchi, Virgile Pellerin, Olga Siemienczuk
Production IRCAM-Centre Pompidou | This workshop is part of the REACH program supported by the European Research Council in the framework of the Horizon 2020 program (Grant ERC- 2019-ADG #883313) and the MERCI project supported by the Agence nationale de la recherche (Grant ANR-19- CE33-001 | With the support of the ULYSSES network supported by the European Union’s Creative Europe program.