around set theory
music analysis tools
ircam forum workshops
free software for music
international multichannel sound forum
performing arts and technologies
dance and new technologies
access to sound heritage
set theory concert
music in creation concert
open house weekend
workshops and films
concert distribution on internet
resonances night at glaz'art
émilie simon at la cigale
guided tours of ircam and the multimedia library
resonances in pictures
Poet, composer, performer
Born in France January 11th 1955 of French father and American mother, Antony spent ten years of his life in America, where he began studying music : jazz piano, classical & jazz voice, while enrolled in a mathematics cursus (1979-1980).
He decides to pursue music at Cornish Institute, a school with a reputation for Jazz ; he meets Gary Peacock with whom he studies harmony and piano (1980-1982).
He completes his training at New York University where he explores sound : analog and digital synthesis, physics, studio techniques, Fairlight (one of the very first digital audio workstations), while learning traditional music techniques (1982-1985). Back in France, he spends a year at Ircam in the department entitled : systèmes personnels, under the direction of David Wessel (1987-1988).
Antony first applies his skills as a creator of sounds and computer assisted music applications, by composing works associated with visual content. He also works on projects which combine science, music ad technology.
Then he meets Antonella Bussanich, visual artist. This encounter will give birth to a series of creations combining musical and visual expression.
Participation during Resonances 2003 :Technologies Gallery
Copyright Ircam-Centre Pompidou 2003