Interpretation Master Classes

The interpretation master classes associate the 20th century repertoire with recent creations with the desire to go beyond historical specializations. They offer special access to certain reference works in the mixed music repertoire where the dimension of sound projection is an integral part of the performance.


With support of ProQuartet-Centre Européen de musique de chambre, the Béla quartet offers the opportunity for young groups to work on wonderful pieces by with electronics by  Kaija Saariaho and Jonathan Harvey in preparation for a concert given in front of Claude Monet’s Nymphéas in the musée de l’Orangerie. 


Friday, June 21, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm
Musée de l'Orangerie, salle des Nymphéas
Museum ticket required for entry

Interpretation Workshop: Electroacoustic Music

The 2-week long workshop on electroacoustic music, taught by IRCAM professors, features classes in a specially equipped room, hands-on exercises in the studio, rehearsals with musicians for a mixed music concert during which each student is responsible for the performance of the electroacoustic elements of a work on the program. This concert is the final result of the collaborative “Mixed Music Program” implemented by the Pôle Sup’93 and IRCAM. This program is designed for young performers who want to learn to perform their instruments with electronics. These young musicians from the Pôle Sup’93 will work alongside workshop students.

Stagiaires en réalisation en informatique musicale sélectionnés : Lee Gilboa (Israel), Nathaniel Haering (United States), Mathieu Lacroix (Canada), Theocharis Papatrechas (Greece), Garling Wu (New Zealand).

Concert de l'atelier des musiques électroacoustiques

Saturday, June 29, 3pm
Centre Pompidou, Petite salle
Free entry, limited seats available


Inspired by the grand tours of classical musicians travelling through Europe and the goals of training and enriching the practices of young musicians, the ULYSSES Network brings together 13 European institutions for the promotion and professionalization of young composers. With the ULYSSES Ensemble, the ULYSSES Network reached a new peak last year, concentrating its efforts on young performers in the domain of new music. The ULYSSES Ensemble will tour from June through July 2019, visiting several European academies (Snape Maltings, ManiFeste, Fondation Royaumont).

Selected Musicians: flute, Jaume Dabra Fa (Spain) ; oboe, Claire Colombo (France/Italy) ; clarinets, Ettore Biagi (Italia) and Juan Gabriel Olivares (Canada) ; bassoon, Olivia Palmer-Baker (United Kinkdom) ; cor, Mari Tirkkonen (Finland) ; trumpet, David Schmidt (Australia) ; trombone, Joseph Mumm (United States) ; percussions, Tom Goemare (France) and Jonathan Jakshøj (Denmark) ; piano, Andrew Zhou (United States) ; violins, Anna Jalving (Denmark) and Ernst Spyckerelle (Belgium) ; viola, Julie Michael (United States) ; cello, Andrew Power (United Kingdom) ; double bass, Jonathan Heilbron (Australia).

Avec le soutien du réseau ULYSSES, financé par le programme Europe créative de l’Union européenne.


Samedi 22 juin, 20h30
18€ | 15€ | 10€

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