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Concerts – Journée de la jeune création 2017

Journée de la jeune création 2017

Examens de fin d’année des classes de Composition et de
Création et Interprétation Electroacoustique.

3 Concerts de composition instrumentale,
électroacoustique et mixte

Mardi 20 juin, 2017
16h, 18h et 20h
Cité de la Musique et de la Danse de Strasbourg – Salle d’orchestre

Concert I – 16h

musique mixte et instruments électroniques

Ensemble Électronique de Strasbourg (EES), HAL (2017), quatuor d’instruments électroniques gestuels en réseau. 8 min.
(Etienne Haan, Jean-David Merhi, Sergio Núñez Meneses Guido Pedicone – tablettes)

Antonio TULES, Vaporisation (2017) pour flûte et électronique, 5 min.
Ayako Okubo, flute (dans le cadre d’une collaboration avec l’ensemble Hanatsu miroir).

Guido PEDICONE, Stomatopod (2017) pour guitare électrique 9 cordes et électronique sur support et temps-réel. 15 min.
Guido Pedicone, guitare.

Loïc LE ROUX, Proles Ferô (2017) pour violon et électronique. 6 min.
Camille Nancy, violon.

Etienne HAAN, Sans un mot (2017) pour voix et électronique. 8 min.
Kanae Mizobuchi, voix.

Jean-David MERHI, Métal (2017) pour dispositif de percussion et électronique. 15 min.
Victor Hocquet, percussions
Lucas Laperrière, structure métallique (étudiant art de la HEAR/Strasbourg)

Daphné HEJEBRI, Machinarium (2017) pour harpe et électronique. 8 min.
Jean-Baptiste Haye, harpe.

Concert II – 18h

ensembles instrumentaux et musique acousmatique

Roman CARVAJAL, Phases d’un rêve prémonitoire (2017) pour 7 instruments (clarinette-basse, percussion, accordéon, violon, alto, violoncelle et contrebasse). 7 min.
Xavier Muñoz, clarinette.

Loïc LE ROUX Impulse (2017) pour six instruments (flûte, hautbois, clarinette, saxophone, harpe et piano). 10 min.

Daphné HEJEBRI Phantasmagoria (2017) pour dix instruments (flûte, clarinette, saxophone, piano, accordéon, percussion, violon, alto, violoncelle et contrebasse). 10 min.

Etienne HAAN, De coups et d’éclats (2017) pour 14 instruments (flûte, hautbois, clarinette, saxophone-baryton, trompette, trombone, 2 percussions, harpe, 2 violons, alto, violoncelle, contrebasse). 13 min.

Roman CARVAJAL, Un seul mot (2017), pièce acousmatique. 6 min.

Sergio NUNEZ MENESES, Les cheveux ondulés me rappellent la mer de mon pays (2016), pièce acousmatique. 10 min.
Master 1

Jean-David MERHI, Katharaxis (2017), pièce acousmatique. 7 min.

Ensemble instrumental d’étudiants de la HEAR et du CRR de Strasbourg
Armand ANGSTER, direction.

Concert III – 20h

opéra en version de concert

Clara OLIVARES, Mary (2017), opéra de chambre avec électronique en temps-réel pour soprano, clarinette(s), saxophone(s), violon et violoncelle. 45 min.
sur un livret de Clara Olivares.
Master 2

Ensemble XXI.n
Sarah Brabo-Durand soprano
Szuhwa Wu violon
Pierre Fourcade violoncelle
Yannick Herpin clarinettes
Claude Georgel saxophones.
Anaïs Georgel, réalisation en informatique musicale


Création Electroacoustique au festival Next Generation au ZKM à Karlsruhe

La classe de Création et Interprétation Electroacoustique de la HEAR, avec les pratiques sonores, Phonon et Sonic, vont être présent au Festival Next Generation 7.0 au ZKM à Karlsruhe du 14 au 18 juin pour un concert le 15 juin à 17h, deux installations du 14 au 17, et une présentation « studio report » le 15 à 14h.

Voici les liens pour le programme:

programme générale:



contributions HEAR :


Thursday 15th of June, 17h

New works by students of the Electroacoustique Composition and Performance class of the HEAR / Académie Supérieure de Musique de Strasbourg

1) Stomatopod, solo 9-string electric guitar and live computer – Guido Pedicone (2017, 10 min)

Exploring extended technique – such as tapping, slapping, picking and sliding – to create a sound canvas built of squeaking, rubbing, dissonance, and noise. The computer part is made from sounds originating with the instrument that either become independent entities, or serve to expand the instrumental sound.

2) About frogs, Fixed-media electroacoustic multichannel composition – Etienne Haan (2017, 4 min)

This piece is simply “about frogs”.

3) Katharaxis, Fixed-media electroacoustic multichannel composition – Jean-David Merhi (2017, 7 min)

This piece was inspired by the book « Catharsis » from Luz that was written in reaction to the attacks of Charlie hebdo in 2015. The sound material was produced as part of a radio theater commissioned by the German radio station SWR2, which contains the texts of the book. The name of the piece comes from an interrogation about the close links between katharsis and ataraxia (from the Greek ἀταραξία, meaning « absence of troubles »)

4) HAL, Electronic Ensemble of Strasbourg (2017, 8 min)

Guido Pedicone, Etienne Haan, Jean-David Merhi et Sergio Núñez Meneses

The Electronic Ensemble of Strasbourg exists since 2013 with students from the electroacoustic class of the Strasbourg Music Academy as part of a course in electronic instrument design. This is their latest work, a network-based gestural electronic music performance for four tablets, where each player can “steal” sounds and configurations from another player over a local network.


14-18 June 2017

Sound installations by art students of the Haute Ecole des Arts du Rhin (HEAR) – Strasbourg and Mulhouse. Optical Waves and Fièvre were both created for the Exposition « Vides Partagés » organisé par la HEAR et le Shadok, Strasbourg, in Nov/Dec 2016.

Emma Kerssenbrock

Optical Waves, 2016

Clay, wood, spring, plexiglas, piezo microphones, amplifier, transducers, 140x200x60cm.

Optical Waves is an acoustic feedback loop, producing an undulatory signal which is suspended between saturation and disappearance. It’s about perception of sound, balance, fragility and hesitation – in a system that reacts to the slightest impulse. The perceived frequency depends on the materials used and the acoustic environment (elasticity of the air, size of the room, etc). The sound is present as much by its physics (echo, oscillation, amplitude) as by its plasticity and presence in the space. The spectator can speak into the ceramic receivers triggering a vibration of a long extension spring which is picked up by piezoelectric microphones and transmitted to electroacoustic transducers. These transducers in turn re-diffuse the vibration back to the structure, thus making the spring vibrate again, completing the feedback loop.

Océane Pastier

Fièvre (Fever), 2016

9 metallic slabs of 666 x 666 mm, 1 iron frame of 4 m2, 6 transducer-loudspeakers, 1 multichannel amplifier, 1 mp3 player

Fièvre (Fever) is an installation made of nine metal slabs contained in a four square meters frame. The slabs vibrate and resonate with sounds of growls and screams that cycle between states of rest and sudden violent awakenings. The sounds spread throughout the material via loudspeakers hidden under the slabs, causing them to shake while evoking a hidden underground world. The bursts of violence that break the silence and make this otherwise orderly, cold and inert structure tremble reflect the feverish nightmares I had as a child. The screams, though hardly recognizable through the metallic resonance, were recorded by myself during sound checks and interviews at a Heavy Metal festival I attended — with bands like Gorod, the singer Max Cavalera from Soulfly, Black Bomb A, Regarde les Hommes Tomber, Neurosis and more.

Studio Report

15 June, 2017. 40 min

Music, sound and space at the Haute Ecole des Arts du Rhin

The HEAR was founded in 2011 as a fusion of the existing École Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs of Strasbourg, the École Supérieure d’Art of Mulhouse and the Académie Supérieure de Musique of Strasbourg (part of the Conservatoire de Strasbourg) – grouping together the disciplines of music, contemporary art, visual communications and design. This first participation of the HEAR in Next Generation 7.0 underscores the interconnections and collaborations existing between the different pedagogical groups dedicated specifically to the practices of music and sound art. This includes the Electroacoustic Composition Class of Tom Mays (including the Composition class of Daniel D’Adamo), the “Atelier Sonic” in Mulhouse with Yvan Etienne et Brice Jeannin, the “Atelier Phonon” with Philippe Lepeut and Joachim Montessuis in Strasbourg, and other instructors actively developing cross-disciplinary projects such as Gérard Starck and « La Fabrique ». In this Studio Report, we will present an overview of our activities around music and sound art throughout the HEAR.

Festival Evimus 2017 – call for works

Call for works 2017

The eviMus Festival and the KuBa – Kulturzentrum am EuroBahnhof present the « 4. Saarbrücker Tage für elektroakustiche und visuelle Musik » in Saarbrücken (Germany). The eviMus Festival is a four-day Festival focussing on new music in all of its forms. All events are free and open to the public. All composers, regardless of nationality, age or career stage, are invited to apply. Since the number of applications exceeds the places available, there will be a selection process.

The submitted works must fulfill the following requirements:

1. Category A – Fixed media:
Four channel up to eight channel works for fixed media (Format: WAV or AIFF files, stereo works are not going to be considered)

2. Category B – Instrument/electronic:
Solo instrument/voice and fixed media or live electronics (stereo or more channels). The organization will decide if instrumentalists are available. Works for flute and electronic are desired.

3. Category C – Video:
Works for video and music are desired (stereo or more channels)

4. Category D – Installation:
Sound Installations and Interactive Media (composer has to provide all non-standard equipment)

Composers can submit several works (but only one work per composer will be include in the concerts). Works which last 8 minutes or less are preferred; no work should exceed 10 minutes.

How to apply:

All applications must be sent via DropBox (only as a « view », not as an « editor) or Google Drive in a single folder to the email: info [at] evimus [dot] de.

The application must fulfill the following requirements:

1. PDF, ODT or DOC with contact information, composer’s biography, nationality, date of birth and a description of the idea of your work (program notes).

2. Audio file .AIFF or .WAV format 16bit or 24bit at 44,1kHz sampling rate containing a stereo version of the piece (Category A or B),
video file .MOV (Category C),
PDF file with the score for instrument and electronic (Category B),
Documentation with Fotos, Video, Description, etc. (Category D)

3. Additionally, for multichannel pieces (Category A), send the audio files corresponding to each of the channels inside a separate folder (Audio file .AIFF or .WAV format 16bit or 24bit at 44,1kHz sampling rate).

Please do not send email file attachments.

Composers can submit several works (but only one work per composer will be include in the concerts). Works which last 8 minutes or less are preferred; no work should exceed 10 minutes.

On the « 4. Saarbrücker Tage für elektroakustiche und visuelle Musik » will also be room for discussions about the relation between music, technology and society. Everyone is welcome to participate. In order to organize these discussion-related sessions conveniently, everyone is welcome to submit papers with hypotheses, ideas or proposals. Also discussions of submitted works are appreciated.

Start of applications: 1st february 2017
Deadline for applications (Category A, C and D): 31th July 2017
Deadline for applications (Category B): 1st July 2017
End of selection process and notification: 10th August 2017
Final deadline for all performance material: 15th August 2017

Composers will be notified of the results by email.
The application is free of charge