About author : LALIBERTE Martin


Born in Quebec City in 1963, Martin Laliberté is a composer and university professor of music and technology at Gustave Eiffel University. After training as an instrumental and electroacoustic composer, he moved to Paris in 1988 to pursue his work at Ircam/EHESS, where he completed a thesis. He was appointed lecturer at the University of Burgundy in 1995, then at the University of Marne-la-Vallée in 2002. Elected university professor in 2006, he headed the Department of Cinema, Audiovisual, Sound and Digital Arts from 2006 to 2010, and became co-director of the UFR LACT in 2016-17. His research focuses on contemporary aesthetics, old and new musical technologies, and vocal, instrumental and electroacoustic music composition. After co-editing with Pascale Alexandre-Bergues Spectacles populaires et culture médiatique 1870-1950, published in 2016 by Presses universitaires du Septentrion, he is currently working on a book on instrumental models and archetypes entitled Modèles instrumentaux, modèles musicaux: entre musique et technologies. He has been composing regularly for concert, stage and screen since 1984.

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