RFI / Écouter le monde

RFI - Ecouter le Rajasthan avec J.Beau

Comment résonnent les rues indiennes dans l’Etat du Rajasthan pour un musicien ? Entre Pushkar et Jaipur, écoutez : le raga du matin, les rythmes des roues des bicyclettes qui passent, les voix qui sortent de la porte entre-ouverte de l’école de musique, les percussions qui surgissent au carrefour…

All sounds recorded by Julien Beau – Mixed and published by Monica Fantini (RFI)

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Published by Julien Beau

French composer born in 1982, he works in the fields of acousmatic music and sound art. Very young musician, he studied piano with Laurence Gaiguant and later with Vovka Ashkenazy. After being a student in Musicology, in Linguistics and experimenting electronic music with his first computer, he decided in 2004 to enter Christian Eloy‘s electroacoustic composition class in Bordeaux. Graduated in 2008, he also explored sound and video with the support of SCRIME studio. In 2010, he moved to Paris and joined the first INA GRM Master class of "acousmatic music and sound art". During 2 years, he met many composers thanks to Daniel Teruggi and François Bonnet. Since this time, he collaborated with pluridisciplinary artists through projects, concerts, performances, installations, design or workshops. Raised with notes and structure, initiated in recording and sound research, his music ranges from classical and avant-garde, poetry and symbolism, still in the freest expression, entre "chien et loup". His music is published by Aposiopèse and Tsuku Bushi.