Goepfer, Thomas

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studied flute, research applied to electroacoustics, and computer music at the CNSMD in Lyon. Graduating with honours, he then dedicated himself to musical research and creation by becoming a member of the IRCAM team as a computer music designer from 2000 to 2004. He has worked with numerous composers and artists such as Ivan Fedele, Gilbert Amy, Stefano Gervasoni, and Cristina Branco for Com que voz, the ensemble intercontemporain, Hèctor Parra for his opera Hypermusic Prologue, Georgia Spiropoulos and Médéric Collignon for Les Bacchantes, Sarkis for his reading of John Cage’s Roaratorio, Ivan Fedele, and Philippe Manoury for his Piano Concerto.