March 14, 2020

How wonderful when a new piece comes to life. FOREST GAZING, for birbyne and string quartet was commissioned by Radio France. It was recorded by the excellent Quatuor Impact and myself for Anne Montaron’s show Création Mondiale, and will be broadcast once the coronavirus quarantine is over.

January 14, 2020

The Abbaye de Royaumont is the perfect place to launch a new piece. Thanks to the Foundation, I was able to bring together an outstanding team and begin work on FACETTES du feu, et de l’eau, a staged composition for 6 musicians, childrens choir, electronics, choreography and video.

January 14, 2020

FACETTES du feu, et de l’eau

with Christophe Hauser – sound, Laure Saint-Hillier – video, Anna Chirescu – choreography, Charles Bascou – computer music design,

January 14, 2020

Laurence Chave – percussion, Edward Perraud – drums, Violaine Lochu – soprano, Yannick Guédon – baritone, Serge Teyssot-Gay – electric guitar, Charlotte Testu – electrified double bass

November 17, 2019

People are finally talking more about women composers and their work, thanks in part to the book Compositrices L’égalité en acte, published in February 2019. I had the pleasure of participating in round table discussions on the subject hosted by the Festival of Aix-en-Provence in July, and by the Montpellier Opera Orchestra in November. There is much to be done!

October 12, 2019

How wonderful to finally share newly composed pieces for birbyne with the Lithuanian audience in Marijampoles. World and Lithuanian premieres of works by Jürg Frey, Zad Moultaka, Janis Petraskevics, Nadir Vassena and me. Lovely!

May 19, 2019

Just spent a fabulous week in Mexico City, thanks to Alexander Bruck-Santos, IFAL and the Italian Cultural Institute. Two concerts, a masterclass and a film presentation!

Lovely audiences.

March 26, 2019

There is now a new teaser for my piece NACARAT, with the wonderful Serge Teyssot-Gay. It’s # 2 in THE WEATHER PIECES cycle.

March 12, 2019

A fine avant premiere of Pitter-Patter, with Laurence Chave, at the Galerie Univer.


January 19, 2019


Since 2011, the great electronic music pioneer, Éliane Radigue, has devoted herself entirely to the ever-evolving cycle called OCCAM OCEAN. This essential music consists of solos made in close collaboration with carefully chosen musicians. Later, the solos are grouped into duos, trios, quintets… forming an acoustic extension of her magical electronic works. Carol Robinson – bass clarinet, Hélène Breschand – harp, Louis-Michel Marion – 5 string double bass

There is now a video excerpt.