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Confédération nationale des syndicats du Mali ('National Confederation of Trade Unions of Mali', abbreviated
) was a trade union confederation in the Mali Federation. CNMS was founded at a congress in Dakar April 2–6, 1960, gathering all Senegalese and Soudanese trade unions except CATC. When the Mali Federation was dissolved
was also disbanded and its constituents resumed independent activities.
Founded in 2006, the Quatuor Béla is composed of four French musicians, graduates of the Conservatoire (
): Julien Dieudegard, Frédéric Aurier, Julian Boutin, and Luc Dedreuil.
Attracted to Composition, Rateau enrolled in the Paris
in 1959. He attended the classes of André Jolivet and Jean Rivier and begin studying under the supervision of the
Professor of Harmony, Maurice Duruflé. He passed the Musical Education, CAPES (upper national teaching diploma) in 1960 and carried out National Military Service in the Band of the 93rd Infantry Regiment at Mont Valerien from 1962 to 1964.
Rateau was awarded the First Prize of Harmony in 1963 and the First Prize of Composition in 1966 from Paris
. In 1967 he won Premier Grand Prix de Rome, a French national upper artistic award allowing the winner to spend time at the Villa Medici in Rome, Italy.
As an educator, and lecturer, Eustache was invited by flute soloist professor Sophie Cherrier, to give a masterclass-conference ("The Multidirectional Flute") and a solo concert (with DAW assistance) at the prestigious [http://www.conservatoiredeparis.fr/voir-et-entendre/lagenda/tout-lagenda/article/concert-avec-pedro-eustache/ Conservatoire National Supérieure de Musique et Danse de Paris-France [
in Dec 10th. 2014.]
Bertrand Chamayou (Toulouse, 23 March 1981) is a French pianist. Studied at the Conservatoire de Toulouse under the tutelage of Claudine Willoth, making his first forays into contemporary music and composition. At the age of 15, with the encouragement of pianist-conductor Jean-François Heisser, Chamayou continued his studies at the
Véronique Bonnecaze is a French pianist. She studied at the Bordeaux Conservatoire, then at the Paris Conservatoire (
) with . She also worked with Germaine Mounier, Vladimir Nielsen and with Oxana Yablonskaya at the Juilliard School in New York . She has won prizes and made the finals of many international piano competitions such as Geneva, Mavi Marcoz, Chopin Palma de Majorque, Pescara and Jaen.
Froment was born into a French noble family in Toulouse, and started his musical studies at the city conservatory. He later attended the "Conservatoire national supérieur de musique" (
) of Paris and was a pupil of Louis Fourestier, Eugène Bigot and André Cluytens. In 1948, he received a first prize in conducting.
During this time he worked on several research projects at the Ircam Centre. He has written a book on the ‘contemporary tuba’ (funded by the French cultural ministry). His teaching is inspired by coordination and breathing techniques developed by Jacques Dropsy. Gérard Buquet taught chamber music at the
in Paris from 1997 to 1999, and then obtained the poste as tuba professor there in 1999. In 1999 the television channel ‘Mezzo’ devoted a portrait film to his work.
Mr. Eustache performed a "Multidirectional Flute" solo concert (using more than 20 custom world flutes/woodwind instruments, including an electric flute, plus computer DAW accompaniment) at the prestigious [http://www.conservatoiredeparis.fr/voir-et-entendre/lagenda/tout-lagenda/article/concert-avec-pedro-eustache/ Conservatoire National Supérieure de Musique et Danse de Paris-France [
]. Eustache had been invited by flute soloist, Prof. Sophie Cherrier,
in Dec 10th. 2015.]
Established in 1971, IFIP TC6 (Communication Systems) is one of the largest TCs within IFIP in terms of activities and revenues. TC6 has nine Working Groups (WGs) as well as a number of Special Interest Groups (SIGs), the majority of which are concerned either with specific aspects of communications systems themselves or with the application of communications systems. In addition, one WG focuses on communications in developing countries. TC6 meets twice a year, in spring and fall, usually co-locating its meetings with a related conference. Examples of TC6 conferences include IFIP Networking, DisCoTec, Middleware, WiOpt,
, Integrated Network Management (IM) and Wireless Days (WD).
Maalouf has never abandoned the Arabic trumpet. Although competitions take up a large measure of his time, he nevertheless continues to explore music from other angles, in particular improvisation and composition with Arabic music and Jazz. During his studies at the Paris
, he followed jazz classes as assiduously as he did classical trumpet classes. His training in jazz is self-taught, derived from his experience with Big Bands and with different groups he has played with at different times. He often plays in Paris jazz clubs, frequently changing from one band to another in pursuit of the sound he is interested in.
Thomas Leleu started to play the tuba with his father and later studied with François Thuillier and Philippe Legris. He joined the Conservatoire de Paris (the
, Higher National Conservatory of Music and Dance in Paris) at age 17, having won the first prize of the open competition, and joined the tuba class of Gérard Buquet and Bernard Neuranter and the chamber music class of Jens Mc Manama. After a three-year training course he obtained the first prize for tuba and a degree awarded with distinctions.
Van Le Ngoc (Lê Ngọc Vǎn) is a ballet dancer and a choreographer. Born in Hanoi, Vietnam, he moved to live and study in France in 1996. From 1996 to 1998, he followed his study to become a ballet dancer at National Superior Conservatory of Music and Dance in Lyon (
). In September 1998, Van signed his first contract with the Ballet National de Marseille, under the direction of Marie-Claude Pietragalla, Etoile of the Paris Opera Ballet. Five years later in 2003, he left Ballet National de Marseille to join the English National Ballet in London.
In 1989, Amsallem's composition "Obstinated" was performed by the Mel Lewis Jazz Orchestra, now known as the Vanguard Jazz Orchestra. He has since written, conducted and recorded big band music for the Köln Radio Jazz Orchestra (WDR), the Orchestre National de jazz (France), chamber cross-over music for the Prism Saxophone Quartet, Chicago's chamber ensemble Fulcrum Point, and cross-over symphonic pieces as well as big band music for the Mancini Institute. He has taught or given workshops at Roosevelt University, New York's 92Y, Paris'
, CRR, the Royal conservatory in Den Haag, and in many other countries. His 1990 recording debut, "Out a Day", featuring Gary Peacock on bass and Bill Stewart on drums, was produced at the Clinton Recording Studios in Manhattan. The album was reviewed by the "Penguin Guide to Jazz Recordings", which gave it four stars (maximum rating). To date, he has recorded a total of 10 albums under his name.
Her works are performed internationally, in France, USA, Germany, Austria, Japan, Greece and Poland at IRCAM, Centre Pompidou, Cité de la Musique, Louvre Auditorium, Duo Dijon, Symphony Space (New York), Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (San Francisco), Ooizumi-gakuen Yumeria Center (Tokyo), Shizuoka Concert Hall (Shizuoka), Hiroshimashi Nishikumin Bunka Center (Hiroshima), Radial System V (Berlin), Elisabeth-Schneider-Stiftung (Freiburg), Kulturhaus Karlstorbahnhof (Heidelberg), Hessisches Staats Theater (Wiesbaden), Alte Schmiede (Vienna), Music Akademie of Kraków,
de Paris, Forum Culturel de Blanc-Mesnil, Goethe Institut of Athens, and Ionio University (Corfu). She participated at different festivals such as the Agora Festival, Tenso Days Berlin, Gegenwelten Festival Neue Musik, Futura, WhyNote, Aujourd'hui Musiques, La Muse en Festival, Musiques de Notre Temps, ICEM, and Electroacoustic Music Days.
Maalouf then successfully passed an open competition at the CNR de Paris (regional Conservatory) and joined the class of Gérard Boulanger for a two-year training course. After that, he passed another open competition and joined the
de Paris (Higher National Conservatory of Music and Dance in Paris) in the class of Antoine Curé for a three-year training course. He obtained degrees from both of these schools, considered to be the top establishments in the field of classical music, but also during his five years of study, he entered national, European and international trumpet competitions in order to discover the full range of the trumpet repertoire and to develop his technical skill.
Jean Lenert is a French violinist native of Metz. Being one of the pioneer violinists to integrate l'Orchestre de Paris (the orchestra of Paris), Jean Lenert subsequently became a tutor, and was granted tenure of C.A. with the grade of 1st appointed. It is this stance that even allowed him to be appointed head of the certificate of aptitude classes (classes de certificat d’aptitude ) at the Ministry. He also taught at the Conservatoire Supérieur (Higher Conservatory), at the Schola Cantorum and the
de Paris (Paris Conservatory), as well as the CRR de Lyon He also integrated the Camerata de France as Director, before being the leader of the violin section of the French Youth Orchestra. All these accumulated experiences have allowed him to perform concerts and master classes in France and in other countries such as China, Japan, Finland, Russia, etc. He was a member of jury in several international competitions and was dubbed Chevalier de l’ordre national du mérite (Knight of the National Order of Merit) in 2002.
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