eD: Forêt profonde is Back in Stock
The 1996 disc Forêt profonde by Francis Dhomont in back in stock. To celebrate its 20th anniversary it comes with a 20% discount for 20 days (until August 26, 2016).
April 28, 2016: Premiere of the final version of Le cri du Choucas
The premiere of the final version of Le cri du Choucas by Francis Dhomont will take place on April 28, 2016 during the T-Son concert series of the Studio PANaroma in São Paulo (Brazil). The diffusion will be performed by Flô Menezes and George Alveskog.
October 15 – November 1, 2014: Premiere, Concerts by Francis Dhomont in Belgium, Brasil, Germany
Francis Dhomont will premiere Le cri du Choucas, the third part of the triptych Cycle des profondeurs, on October 15, 2014 during the festival L’Espace du son in Brussels (Belgium). On October 26 during the BIMESP 2014 in São Paulo (Brasil) will be the American premiere of the same work presented by Flô Menezes during the concert portrait dedicated to Francis Dhomont; for that festival he also prepared a carte blanche concert (with works by Parmegiani, Savva, Minsburg, and Vaggione). Finally the 27th Tage Neuer Musik in Weimar (Germany) is presenting an 88th anniversary concert on November 1 for which he will diffuse four of his works.
June 5 – 7, 2014: 3 Days of Concerts in Montpellier
The first Klang électroacoustique! festival will take place on June 5 - 7, 2014 in Monpellier (France). Are amongst the guest composers: Bruno Capelle, Denis Smalley, François Bayle, Christian Éloy, Annette Vande Gorne, Francis Dhomont, Jonty Harrison…
May 21 – 22, 2014: Videomusics, Mixed Works in Brussels
Musiques & Recherches presents an evening of videomusics and one of mixed works on May 21 and 22, 2014 at Espace Senghor in Brussels. On the programme of the videomusic evening are premires by Giacomo Lepri, Julien Beau, Inés Wickmann / Francis Dhomont, Jana Kluge, and Irene Pacini.
March 28 – 30, 2014: 10 Years of Présences “électronique” in Paris
8 concerts are planned for the 10th Présences “électronique” festival at the Centquatre in Paris (France) with works by Maja Ratkje, Francis Dhomont (Drôles d’oiseaux), Christine Groult, Beatriz Ferreyra, Pôm Bouvier B, Bernard Parmegiani, Lionel Marchetti and many more.