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Nicolas Bacri

Nicolas Bacri

Nicolas Bacri


Nicolas Bacri (born 23 November 1961 in Paris) is a French composer. Beginning his career in the 1980s as a serialist, his music now incorporates a range of tonal and atonal elements; like Dutilleux, he assiduously avoids allegiance to any current group of composers. His works include 6 symphonies, 8 string quartets, and 27 concertos. Bacri's musical career began with piano lessons at the age of seven, and continued with the study of harmony, counterpoint Read more on Last.fm
Nicolas Bacri (born 23 November 1961 in Paris) is a French composer. Beginning his career in the 1980s as a serialist, his music now incorporates a range of tonal and atonal elements; like Dutilleux, he assiduously avoids allegiance to any current group of composers. His works include 6 symphonies, 8 string quartets, and 27 concertos. Bacri's musical career began with piano lessons at the age of seven, and continued with the study of harmony, counterpoint, analysis and composition as a teenager with Françoise Gangloff-Levéchin and Christian Manen and, after 1979, Louis Saguer. He then entered the Conservatoire de Paris where he studied with a number of composers including Claude Ballif, Marius Constant, Serge Nigg, and Michel Philippot.

After graduating in 1983 with a premier prix in composition, he attended the French Academy in Rome. It was during Bacri's two-year residency in Rome (1983-85) that he met the Italian composer Giacinto Scelsi (1905-88). Back in Paris, he worked for four years (1987-91) as the head of chamber music for Radio France. Read more on Last.fm.

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