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scientific program
electroacoustic musics
around set theory
music analysis tools
musicnetwork workshop

professional week
ircam forum workshops
free software for music
international multichannel sound forum
performing arts and technologies
dance and new technologies
access to sound heritage
thematic evenings
demonstration stands

artistic program
set theory concert
music in creation concert
cursus concerts
opera "one"
sound installations

open house weekend
technologies gallery
conferences demonstrations
workshops and films
ircam laboratories
linux install-party
concert distribution on internet

associated events
resonances night at glaz'art
émilie simon at la cigale
suguru goto

guided tours of ircam and the multimedia library

resonances in pictures

resonances 2002

Mikhail Malt

Musical Assistant of Ircam Pedagogy Department

Mikhail Malt started his music career in Brazil as a flautist and conductor, after having conducted youth orchestras for ten years.

At Ircam, he is responsible for computer-assisted composition courses, and for the coordination of the Computer-Assisted Composition design group, within the Musical Representation team led by Gérard Assayag.

He is the author of an Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales thesis on the use of mathematical models in computer-assisted composition, under the guidance of Hugues Dufourt.

He also continues to pursue his activities of composition and research. He was, for instance, composer in residence at the State University of Michigan, where he developed a series of conferences on his work, and where he composed his piece 8_paths for oboe and real time electronics.

Participations during Resonances 2003 :

- Sound Installations
- Cursus Concerts

Organization Committee
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