Jean-Marc Singier


Jean-Marc Singier, who was born in 1954 in Paris, took courses with György Ligeti, Aurel Stroe and Brian Ferneyhough. Awarded a scholarship by the italian government, he studied composition with Franco Donatoni at the Accademia Santa Cecilia in Rome, earning a composition prize. After being awarded the Maurice-Ravel Foundation Prize in 1985, he was a resident (1986-88) at the Villa Médicis, home of the Académie de France in Rome. He was awarded the SACEM Composers' Prize in 2004. He also took a course at Ircam in 1992, and taught composition for two years running as part of the "Voies Nouvelles" programme held at the Abbaye de Royaumont. Holder of a degree in musical culture, Jean-Marc Singier has being teaching composition and orchestration at the National Music School in Auxerre since 1998.


Orchestral works

Ensemble music

Chamber music

Solo works

Works with electronics

Vocal and choral music





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