Seront choisis de part et d'autre de la manche cinq personnalités du monde musical de Dieppe et cinq personnalités rattachés à NewHaven et ses environs.
Un première approche m'a permis d'esquisser des correspondances :
||Peter Copley wrote Miniature Overture for the Schubert Ensemble, and Unfrozen Architecture for Southern Winds. In 2001, Peter wrote A City Awakes, a large-scale work commissioned by the Brighton & Hove Philharmonic Society in celebration of Brighton and Hove’s elevation to city status. This was first performed by the Brighton Philharmonic orchestra in October 2002.|
|Françoise Cornu||Andy Sherwood Andrew was born in Kenya, educated in Zimbabwe and having played the violin for three years, won a scholarship to the Royal College of Music. He studied with Antonio Brosa, Sylvia Rosenberg and subsequently with Sascha Lasserson. He studied composition with Alan Ridout.Andrew has performed to good critical comment in many parts of the world as soloist and conductor. He has led the Mercury Ensemble for Ballet Rambert and played in London and Scottish orchestras. Solo performances range from the Wigmore Hall to East Europe, U.S.A. and Africa. Many composers have written works for him from Howard Skempton to the American Stephen Funk Pearson, as well as an acting/performing role in a musical at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket. He is in demand as a conductor and has worked with orchestras from the strings of the CBSO to the Brighton Youth Orchestras Trust whose orchestras and ensembles have won awards and acclaim since he became Director.
|Vincent Genvrin||Anisa Hamed|
Stephanie Cant http://www.stephaniecant.co.uk/about/
Beginning her career in Sussex, Stephanie worked as a composer and pianist for contemporary dance. Whilst working primarily in the context of higher education, she also worked with community groups and professional dancers. Compositions included ‘Dress Piece’ for the group ‘Dancework’, performed at Alexandra Palace London, and ‘Chimera Dance’, a 50 minute multi –media work choreographed by Liz Aggis performed at the Sallis Benney Theatre in Brighton. In 1983 Stephanie was awarded a bursary by the Arts Council of Great Britain to learn Labanotation.