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  • Albert Ludwig

    Ludwig Albert

     

    Internationally highly acclaimed as pedagogue and one of today’s leading marimbists throughout the world, Ludwig Albert belongs as Belgian leading marimbist and pioneer with the absolute top flight of marimbists nowadays [...]

  • Alizon Michael

    Michael Alizon

     

    He's saxophone and jazz professor at Conservatory of Music of Strasbourg.

    He plays with different bands such as Bernard Struber Jazztet, Michael Alizon Quartet, straSax and appears regularly in main international jazz festivals [...]

  • Almada Daniel

    Daniel Almada


    Following his studies in Argentina, Daniel Alejandro Almada studied electronic music at the Musikakademie in Basel, Switzerland, under the direction of Thomas Kessler.

    Apart from pieces for instruments and live electronics, he also composes for dance music [...]

  • Amy Gilbert

    Gilbert Amy

    Born in 1936 in Paris, Gilbert Amy won a first prize in the Concours General de Philosophie. He then decided to turn definitively towards music and entered the Paris Conservatoire, where he was the pupil of Simone Ple-Caussade, Henriette Puig Roget, Darius Milhaud and Olivier Messiaen. A few years later he met Pierre Boulez who [...]

  • Bach Carl Philipp Emanuel

    German composer and musicologist. Third son of the great Johann Sebastian, nicknamed the Bach Berlin or Hamburg, Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach is considered as a master of what we call Empfindsamkeit, galant style, which flourishes in the second half of the eighteenth century.

    Transcriptions of Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach published by Editions François Dhalmann.

  • Bach Jean-Sébastien

    German composer and organist. His work is part of the monuments of classical music and profit from a universal recognition in the history of the music.

    Transcriptions of JS Bach published by Editions François Dhalmann

  • Berlioz Hector

    A composer, conductor and critic French. Hector Berlioz is a French composer of the 19th century being attached to the romantic movement.

    Transcriptions of Hector Berlioz published by Editions Francois Dhalmann.

  • Biclot Philippe

    Philippe Biclot

    Studied the piano before devoting itself to the percussion and in 1984 obtained unanimously a first price of percussion at music school of Créteil, in the class of Francis Brana. The same year, he was received at the competition Vocational Certificate to functions of Professor of Percussion [...]

  • Blondeau Thierry

    Thierry Blondeau

     

    Etudie la musique et la littérature à Paris et Berlin (1er prix de composition au Conservatoire national supérieur de musique et à Hochschule der Künste).

    Pensionnaire à la Villa Médicis à Rome de 1994 à 1996.

    Lauréat de la Villa Médicis Hors les Murs en 1998 à Bâle [...]

  • Bouchet Gabriel

    Gabriel Bouchet

     

    He followed his musical studies at the conservatory of Mulhouse, where he won first prize in piano, harmony and music theory.

    Percussionnist solo from Radio Orchestra of Strasbourg  and Philharmonic Orchestra of Strasbourg, he his one of the precursors of French contemporary percussion [...]

  • Bujok Stanislas

    Stanislas Bujok

     

    Stanislas Bujok did his classical studies at the Conservatoire National de Region in Dijon and at the conservatory of the 13th arrondissement of Paris [...]

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