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Eric Montalbetti

If Eric Montalbetti long kept his music secret, he now enjoys that his scores are coming to life and can reach audiences thanks to wonderful performers.
In 2018 were premiered 3 studies after Kandinsky by F-F. Guy in the Amsterdam Muziekgebouw, Psalterium with H.Demarquette & choir Sequenza 9.3 , and Eclair physionomique by the Monte Carlo Philharmonic orchestra & Kazuki Yamada.
In the same year, Pierre Bleuse conducted Vaste champ temporel à vivre joyeusement, a piece first performed in 2015 by Pascal Rophé and Orchestre National des Pays de la Loire, as well as in Japan by the Tokyo Sinfonietta & Yasuaki Itakura.
2019 is the year of 4 new works : a Flute Concerto for Emmanuel Pahud, OSR & Jonathan Nott, a String Quartet for Les Dissonances, Hommage à Matisse for Delphine Haidan & Pierre Génisson, and a Duo for Christian Tetzlaff and Lars Vogt.
Eric Montalbetti started composition at the age of 11, while studying piano and organ. He followed the courses by Pierre Boulez, R. Piencikowski and A. Gerszo at Ircam and Collège de France, and studied with composers A. Bancquart, G. Benjamin, M. Levinas, M. Lindberg, Ph.Manoury, P. Méfano and T. Murail.
From 1996 to 2014, he was the Artistic director of the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France and chose to compose for himself like a personal diary, including many works for varied solo instruments, chamber, choral and orchestral music.
Since 2015, his music is published by Durand (Universal Music Publishing Classical).


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