Nicolas Marty is a PhD student in musicology at the Université Paris-Sorbonne. He currently follows Jean-Louis Agobet’s instrumental composition courses and Christophe Havel and François Dumeaux’ electroacoustic composition courses. His compositional aesthetic, whether instrumental or acousmatic, is turned towards an extended, spatial temporality, in/on which intervene dynamic gestures conceived as transcendantal objects and/or plays with matter conceived as immanent, as well as an interest in space, spaceform and zoomorphic content that may arise out of it.
Residence: Bordeaux (Gironde, France)
On the web
Studio Forum / FORUM 2016-2017 / 2018
Nicolas Marty, eContact!, no. 18:2, April 1, 2016Elizabeth Anderson’s compositional approach is characterized by an interaction of willfulness and intuition. She has created acousmatic, mixed, instrumental, vocal and radiophonic works as well as music for multimedia and sound installations, and currently specializes in multi-channel acousmatic composition.