Carole Rieussec

(born in Antananarivo, Madagascar, resident in Frontignan , France), composer. After studying more or less classical piano, she studied philosophy at Lyon III , then she discovered electronic music in 1983. It then follows the class of acousmatic composition of Denis Dufour at Conservatory of Lyon and studied composition with instrumental Manoury , Jeanine Richer, Horia Ratiu in Paris. She is assistant of Myriam Soumagnac and François Sabatier in art and culture class at the Conservatoire National Supérieure de Musique de Lyon from 1983 to 1990. She works alongside with Luc Ferrari from 1988 to 1995. She founded with J- Camps duo Kristoff Kristoff K.Roll in 1990. She has discovered sound amplification , the world opens, he discovery of the spatial experience: a fascination with the sculptural aspect knew her, the practice of improvisation on stage: the freedom of instant composition, composition duo: the problem of Western writing biased
Recordings: Solo In: Femmes aux avions: sound sketch with sociologist Anne- Julie Rollet; L'étonnement sonore « objet de pensée sonore en mouvement, label Césaré. Duo: Corazón road-Fingerprint label; Des travailleurs de la nuit, à l'amie des objets, label Métamkine ; La Pièce Kristoff K.Roll & Xavier Charles ; Potlatch label; Le petit bruit d'à côté du cœur du monde double CD Kristoff K.Roll world-Daunik Lazro - label Vand'œuvre ; Tout le monde en place pour un set américan Kristoff K.Roll Mr. Tétreault , D. Labrosse , X. Charles - Victo label, DVD Walpurgis Kristoff K.Roll music for a film essay by Frédéric Choffat on a text by Karl Kraus + a filmed concert duo - DVD movies Tiger; A L'Ombre des Ondes audio -speaking naps label Fingerprint; Chants du milieu Kristoff K.Roll & Daunik Lazro Creative label sources.

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Christina Rosenvinge Hepworth

(born on 29th May 1964 in Madrid, Spain). Singer and songwriter. She was a member of the Spanish groups, "Alex y Christina" and "Christina y Los Subterráneos". In 1991 she began her solo career, though at first kept the band name, "Christina y Los Subterráneos", debuting with the album "Que me parta un rayo", of whose themes she was the author. In 1994 she recorded "Mi pequeño animal", produced by Steve Jordan. Rosenvinge made a personal tour with it moving from the commercial circuits. In 1994, she met Lee Ranaldo (Sonic Youth guitarist), with whom she worked in several solo productions. After that, Christina was out of the music scene until 1997 when she presented a solo album entitled ''Cerrado''. In 1998 she finished her contract with Warner to devote to more introspective and experimental music. She began composing in English and in 1999 she moved to New York where she published "Frozen pool" (2001) with Smells Like Records label, "Foreign land" (2002), and "Continental 62", closing the Anglo trilogy. In 2007 Christina recorded a new album with seven songs called 'Verano Fatal' (Limbo Starr 07), in collaboration with the independent songwriter Nacho Vegas. In countries such as Bolivia, Peru and Ecuador her work was well received on the web. On November 4, 2008 "Tu labio superior" went on sale (WEA), a solo album, composed entirely in Spanish. Then she recorded "La Joven Dolores" (2011), Christina Rosenvinge latest album, which is published in a luxurious hardcover book album version, with the German design of studio Hort.
Selected Recordings: Alex y Christina: Alex y Christina (1987); El ángel y el diablo (1989) Christina y Los Subterráneos: Que me parta un rayo (1992); Mi pequeño animal (1994). Solo career: Cerrado (1997); Flores raras (1998); Frozen Pool (January 16, 2001) Smells Like Records; Foreign land (2002); Continental 62 (February 20, 2006); Verano fatal (2007) with Nacho Vegas; Tu labio superior (2008); La joven Dolores (2011)
Awards: She participated in renowned festivals like Viña del Mar (Chile), where she received the "Silver Torch".

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Claire Renard

(born in France), composer. Formed by Pierre Schaeffer (graduate CSNSM / Paris 1973), Claire Fox is the author of operatic works and concerts, as well as musical performances, exhibitions and sound installations presented in France (Centre Pompidou, Théâtre de la Bastille, Grande Halle de la Villette, Festival d’Ile-de-France, Biennale Musiques en Scène/Lyon, Festival Les Musiques/ Marseille,…) and abroad (Festival Ars Musica /Belgique, Festival Archipel/ Genève, Helsinki 2000/ Finlande, Festival Medi@terra/ Athènes…). In her classical and electroacoustic dual training, she kept the taste of the rigor and experimentation, and the questioning  compositional  in a society constantly changing and highly changing and highly technological. Each of her compositions reflect the implementation of a listener associated with the use of project specific distribution systems, and embodied in innovative forms. She creates an instrumental and multidisciplinary integrated world in which there are privileged voice, space and conditions of perception. She works with instrumental ensembles such as the Ensemble Instrumental Ars Nova or the Ensemble Orchestral Contemporain or associates creations of artists in other disciplines (dance, theater, visual arts, design, video ...) as Stephanie Aubin, Catherine Dasté, Gustavo Frigerio, Adalberto Mecarelli Esa Vesmanen ... Meanwhile, she conducts research on the role of creativity in music learning in different structures (GRM (1973/77, CERM-Metz (1978/81), IRCAM (1983), Centre Pompidou (1983/91) and she forms adults (Centre Pompidou, Cité de la Musique, Conservatories, CFMI, Gulbenkian foundation, Sibelius Academy, Paris XIII university). She has published on the subject Le geste musical et Le temps de l’espace (ed. Van de Velde).
Selected works: pieces for choir: La vallée close; On ne cesse pas de mourir de ce dit // chamber music: Brèves d’Eté; Emportez-moi; Les Plis du Ciel // Opera and musical performances: Col Canto; La Muse en son jardin ou L’esprit des lieux; Orimita // installations: La musique des mémoires; Chambre du Temps.
Awards: Villa Medici «Hors les Murs » prize,  Italy 1990; Beaumarchais Foundation Prize in 1990 and 2002; European Commission Price / Raphael Programme 1997.

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