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Stéphane de Gérando was born on 23 June, 1965, is a composer. Discover Stéphane de Gérando's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 58 years old?

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Among the last pieces belonging to the Labyrinth of Time are: The circle of the sphere for actor and video (2012); The strange passage of the senses for theatre, contemporary dance, percussions, video, virtual paintings, cello, horn, real-time electronics and electroacoustics (2015); Completion for instrumental ensemble with variable number, with body, text and musical score, real-time electronics, video and computer (2019); Vertical Memory electroacoustic cycle with the voices of Viriginia Guidi, Nicholas Isherwood and Emmanuel Meyer (2022). With the support of France, one of the last monumental international screenings of the Labyrinth is on the Azadi Tower of Tehran, on July 19, 2018 .


Gérando speaks publicly on other topics, such as ethical issues as on the occasion of Alain Bancquart's eightieth birthday at the Centre de la musique contemporaine (CDMC) in Paris on November 6, 2014, speech published on the front page of the newspaper Médiapart on November 8, 2014, or other example in 2016, in the context of relations between France and Morocco on «the art of entrepreneurship» at the Institut Français d'Agadir.


Since 2007, Gerando has mainly devoted himself to the Labyrinth of Time, a multi-support work at the same time polyartistic and technological, museum installations, digital art, video mapping, interactive visual and sound installations, sculptures with 3D projection, instrumental and vocal creations with real-time electronics, poetry-dance-theatre writing.


Gérando was pedagogical director of a higher education centre (CEFEDEM Aquitaine became PESMD Bordeaux Nouvelle-Aquitaine) which prepares future territorial officials for the Diplôme d'Etat in France (2000–2005), president of the International Institute for Innovation, Artistic Creation and Research since 2006. He was also director of the training centre for intervening musicians (CFMI 2009–2011), arts department of the UFR of the University of Strasbourg. Since 1998, he has taught composition, real-time images and algorithmic sound creation (Paris).


Gerando won the Stipendienpreis 1994, international prize of Ferienkurse für Internationale Neue Musik Darmstadt (Germany), the Prize of the Association of Alumni and Students of the Conservatoires Nationaux Supérieurs de Musique et d'Art Dramatique de Paris (1991), the SACEM Academic Prize (1995), and was a laureate of the Sasakawa Foundation in 1993 and 1994.


His catalogue includes more than 90 works, from the instrument alone to the orchestra with or without electronics such as Puisque il est ainsi for symphony orchestra and magnetic tape, first performed by the Paris Conservatory Orchestra under the direction of Mark Foster at the Maison de la radio in Paris (1990); En toi avec lui et en lui, for four orchestral groups around the audience, creation at Radio-France's Studio 104 festival Présences 92, Du sens au sens pour flûte, created by Pierre-Yves Artaud at the Darmstadt International Festival (1994); Ce que tout cadavre devrait savoir for five instrumentalists, narrotor and voice, premiered by the Ensemble 2e2m at the Centre Pompidou in Paris (1996); Intumescence for instrumental ensemble and band, premiered by the Orchestre philharmonique de Radio France at the Presences festival (1996); Katanga commissioned by Radio-France pour les cuivres et percussions de l'Orchestre Philharmonique (2004) work recorded under the direction of the composer, 6ex1pen7sion4, commission d'État pour ensemble et électronique en temps réel, first performed by l'Ensemble 2e2m in Paris (2006).


Stéphane de Gérando (born June 23, 1965) is a French composer, conductor, multimedia artist, and researcher.