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CHAMBER MUSIC

TROIS BALLADES HELLÉNIQUES, Op.49 (2020) 20'00

Quartet for four celli

 

STYRAX ANTIQUE, Op.47 (2019) 9'00

for cello and piano

 

POUR PERCEVOIR LE TIMBRE VÉGÉTAL, Op.46 (2019) 9'00

(after a poem from 'Avec la connivence des embruns' 2016 by Françoise Matthey)

for accordion and piano

Commissioned by the In & Out ensemble

Premiere : April 12, 2019 - Auditorium de la FARB, Delémont

Performers : Members of the In & Out ensemble. Mélanie Brégant, accordéon - Thierry Ravassard, piano

MELOPOÏA, Op.45 (2018) 11'00

Trio for flute, cello and piano

SIGNE COULEUR, Op.41 (2017) 6'00

(after a poem from 'Forclaz' 1976 by Marc Quaghebeur)

Quartet for four flutes

Commissioned by the Quatuor Hinémoa

Premiere : April 8, 2018 -  L'Archipel - Salle de concert, Fouesnant

Performer : Quatuor Hinémoa

 

SEPTIÈME EAU-FORTE DE K. YAMASHITA, Op.39 (2016) 4'00

(after 'Sept Jardins fantastiques' 1983 by André Pieyre de Mandiargues)

for clarinet, viola, cello and piano

Premiere : November 13, 2016 - the Henri Le Boeuf Concert Hall of The Centre for Fine Arts, Brussels

Performers : Jean-Michel Charlier, clarinet - Mihoko Kusama, viola - Taras Zanchak, cello - Thérèse Malengreau, piano

Coproduction : Ars Musica 2016 / National Orchestra of Belgium

PRÉDELLE ESQUISSE, Op.38 (2016) 6'30

for string trio

 

IMPRESSION, Op.36 (2016) 7'00

for clarinet and piano

 

Distinction : Second Prize at the First International Composition Competition "Music and Nature" 2016

Premiere : July 30, 2016 - Chiesa di San Rocco, Sassello

Performers : Members of the Trio Kelitrei. Elena Bacchiarello, clarinet - Francesco Guido, piano

 

RETABLE À LOUISE BOURGEOIS, Op.35 (2016) 15'00

for string quartet

Distinction : Marcel Hastir-Prize awarded by the Royal Academy of Belgium, 2018

Premiere : March 7, 2019 - Marble Gallery of the Royal Academy of Belgium

Performer : Quatuor Amôn

 

IMPERSCRUTABLE APPEL, Op.28 (2014) 9'00

for flute, two violins and viola

 

Distinction : Second Prize at the 2015 "Egidio Carella - Val Tidone" Composition Competition, Italy

Premiere : July 26, 2014 - Concert Hall of the Accademia Musicale Chigiana, Siena

Performers : Matteo Cesari, flute - members of the Prometeo Quartet

ATTRAIT DE LA MER ET DES RACINES, Op.24 (2014) 9'15

(after 'La Mer et les Racines' 1960-1962, eight paintings by Serge Vandercam)

Quintet for flute, oboe, clarinet, horn and bassoon

 

Commissioned by MusMA 2014

Distinction : Composition Prize of MusMA (Festivals of Walloon Brabant)

Premiere : March 7, 2015 - Concert Hall of the Royal Conservatory of Mons

Performer : I Solisti del Vento

Production : MusMA 2014/2015

Support : Music Festivals of Walloon Brabant

 

IRRUPTIONS, ERUPTIONS, INTERRUPTIONS, Op.23 (2014) 12'40

(after the 'logogrammes' by Christian Dotremont)

Quintet for two violins, viola, cello and double bass

 

Distinction : Prize of the Royal Academy of Belgium, November 2014

 

ECORCHEE DE L'ECORCE, Op.21 (2013) 9'20

for violin and cello

CLAIRAUDIENCE, Op.19 (2012) 4'40

for flute, clarinet, violin and cello

 

Premiere : July 13, 2013 - the Henri Le Boeuf Concert Hall of The Centre for Fine Arts, Brussels

Performer : Odysseia Ensemble

Production : Bozar 2013

ENTASE, Op.16 (2011) 10'20

(after 'Trois petits drames pour marionnettes' 1894 by Maurice Maeterlinck)

for flute, clarinet, harp and string quintet

 

Workshop : March 16, 2012 - the Royal Conservatory of Brussels (KCB)

Performer : Oxalys Ensemble

 

PARCAE, Op.15 (2011) 6'00

for three violins

 

APOPTOSIS, Op.14 (2011, rev. 2015) 15'00

Trio for violin, cello and piano

 

Distinction : Prize at the 2015 International Composition Competition of the Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Carlos de Valencia

Premiere : February 18, 2016 - the Museum Reception Hall of the Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Carlos, Valencia

Performers : Fernando Pascual, violin - Rafal Jezierski, cello - Claudio Carbó Montaner, piano

 

FRENESIE SUICIDAIRE, Op.8 (2006) 7'30

for two pianos

DEUIL, Op.6 (2005) 7'00

for cello and piano

 

Premiere : March 24, 2006 - Small Hall Concert of the Royal Conservatory of Brussels

Performers : Thibault Lavrenov, cello - Macha Kanza, piano

TROIS ROMANCES, Op.3 (2000-2004) 15'00

for cello and piano

 

FANTAISIE, Op.2 (2003) 25'00

for cello and piano