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Alain Bonardi is a composer and researcher. He develops his artistic research in the field of mixed music, especially in the framework of such cycles as Fil de Soi for acoustic guitar and electronics, Lire de Soi for octave mandola or mandoloncello and electronics, and Pianotronics for piano and electronics. He also works on spatial synthesis of sound (intricating synthesis processes and spatialization processes) that were experimented either in installations as Les Songes de la nef (Hôtel-Dieu de Tonnerre, 2018) or the acousmatic piece Dans la Nef de nos songes (2019).
In 2012, Alain Bonardi composes three pieces as commentaries of Liszt’s pieces for the CD Liszt Voyageur (Intrada) recorded by pianist Emmanuelle Swiercz.
Alain Bonardi is Senior Lecturer in Computer Science and Music Creation at the Music Department of the Paris 8 University, member of the CICM (Centre de recherches Informatique et Création Musicale, MUSIDANSE laboratory). He also is Associate researcher at IRCAM, in the Musical Practices Analysis (APM) team.
He develops an intense pedagogical activity in the framework of composer residencies and computer music workshops (Vilnus Conservatory in 2008, Bayonne Conservatory between 2009 and 2014, Toho Gakuen Music School in Tokyo in 2014).
Alongside engineering studies at Ecole Polytechnique and Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Télécommunications de Paris, he carried out music composition studies with Emmanuel Nunes, Michel Philippot and Hacène Larbi, and was prizewinner in the Oslo composition competition in 1996. He was also graduated from the Schola Cantorum and the Romainville Conservatory.