20th Century Music to Celebrate Diversity

Presenter: Cécile Broché


XXth Century Music is a good resource to work on diversity; diversity of materials, diversity of approaches, an open window for all levels and profiles.

To underline this, many different pieces and composers will be presented, and beyond a theoretical presentation, a workshop will allow concrete experimentation.


Cécile Broché is a Belgian based violinist and composer. After graduation from Belgian conservatories in classical and contemporary music she completed her studies in Paris, in a jazz school.

Her large education and experience led her to develop her musical activities worldwide. It includes collaboration with Frederic Rzewski, Garrett List, Barre Philips, Paolo Fresu, among others. She works as a composer for theater, dance and music performances. She has been performed at Festival Art Musica (Brussels), Festival Bauhaus (Berlin), Cité des Arts (Paris), Festival Roulette (NewYork), Morelia Festival of music (Mexico) She appears on a few dozen CDs, including 4 CDs as a leader with her own music.

She teaches violin, improvisation, body rhythm in the Conservatory of Namur, Belgium, and gives workshops worldwide.

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