Over 110 electroacoustic works were produced at the Métamorphoses d’Orphée studio. The wide stylistic diversity of these works will be the object of a concert January 15, 2004, featuring the works Metharcana by Stephan Dunkelman, Response by Panayiotis Kokoras, En déploiement by Dimitri Coppe, Vol d’Arondes by Francis Dhomont, Paradice by Sachiyo Takahashi, the premiere of Ici et là by Roald Baudoux, Mis by Jon Aveyard and finally the premiere of Cercle des rythmes vitaux by Ondrej Adamek. The concert will be held at Brussels’ Petit Théâtre Mercelis (Belgium).
While spending the year 2003 in residency at the GMEM (France), Stephan Dunkelman also proposes two new music for Barbara Mavro-Thalatissis’s choreographies: Motion Pictures, to be presented in Brussels, Courtrai (Belgium), and Grenoble (France) and Sans queues ni têtes to be also presented in Brussels and Marseille (France).
Composer Natasha Barrett tops Simon Fraser University’s CJSF experimental chart with her first album, Isostasie. Also on the empreintes DIGITALes label, Requiem by composer Michel Chion is in 3rd position, Michèle Bokanowski’s Cirque is in 11th position and, last but not least, Stephan Dunkelman’s first CD occupies the 31st place.
In concert at the “Three Faces of Electroacoustic Music” event, Belgian composer Stephan Dunkelman will launch on European grounds his first CD, Rhizomes, released on the label empreintes DIGITALes, on June 11, 2002 at the Boendael Chapel in Brussels (Belgium).
Rhizomes is belgian composer Stephan Dunkelman’s first CD. His acousmatic compositions, inspired by his multiple contacts with artists from different domains (choregraphers, visual artists, fashion stylists), takes the listener in a journey to abstract and moving planes, where “the spirit of the dance and the need for silence” complete each other to produce rich and engaging aural soundscapes “so that, between Heaven and Earth, listening is vertical.”