Created in 1983, the Centre de Formation des Musiciens Intervenants (CFMI) is a component of AIX-MARSEILLE University and has the legal status of an institute under the triple supervision of the Ministries of Higher Education and Research, National Education and Culture. It provides higher professional training validated by a diploma, the DUMI (Diplôme Universitaire des Musiciens Intervenants). Nomenclature of the level of qualification: level 6
The diploma of Musicien Intervenant is registered in the RNCP sheet N°36880.
The DUMI has a national value, it gives access to the status of holder of the territorial civil service - employment framework of the specialized territorial assistants of artistic teaching (decree n°91-859 of 2.09.91). It is the only diploma allowing the authorization to intervene in the school environment (decree 88-709 of 06-05-1988) according to issues that concern the entire national territory.
The training it provides dynamically combines practical experience of the profession, the acquisition of knowledge, the mastery of techniques and the development of the musical and artistic potential of each student.
municipalities in the PACA region concerned
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school children impacted
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The CFMI: an establishment with a regional vocation
Since its opening, the CFMI has worked in close collaboration with artistic teaching establishments and cultural structures in the Provence-Alpes-Côte-d'Azur region, and in particular with the departmental delegations for music and dance in the field of professional integration.
Since its primary mission is to train music educators in schools, the CFMI is seeking the participation of music education advisors (CPEM) in the supervision of field courses.
The certified intervening musician will work in the region. It is important that he or she be familiar with the many resources of the region and with the different living environments that make it up. It is during field placements that they will meet their future work partners.
As a musician above all, he or she must, through his or her artistic activities, remain in direct contact with the musical reality of the region.
The Aix-Marseille University Training Center for Intervening Musicians is located on the INSPE site of Aix-Marseille University, five minutes' walk from downtown Aix-en-Provence. The 350 m² premises house a media library, a classroom, two computer-assisted music studios (CAM), as well as a rehearsal room with an instrumentarium.
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It was in Rabat, her native city in Morocco, that Aïcha had her first encounter with dance: in Marie-Odile Fievet's workshop. This place, a space of freedoḿ of expression, awakens and guides her passion for contemporary dance. A few years later, she participates in the Bagnolet competition - platform for new contemporary dance. There she shares the dressing room of Jean Claude Gallotta, winner that year̀, and meets Jacqueline Robinson, a figure of modern dance in France. This is the beginning of a rich experience for a young Moroccan teenager who dreams of becoming a dancer. In 1980, with her baccalaureate in hand, she left Morocco and moved to Aix-en-Provence, a city of arts.
She continued her university studies in Arabic while beginning her career as a dancer, first with the Compagnie du 34 septembre (Yette Resal) and then with the companies of Bernard Menaut, Josette Baïz, Philippe Decouflé (JO d'albertville), Michel Kelemenis, Odile Duboc, Emmanuel Grivet, Florence Girardon...
Encounters punctuate and nourish her career. First Susan Buirge, Dominique Bagouet, Carolyn Carlson, Georges Appaix... then Steve Paxton, Lisa Nelson, Julyen Hamilton or Mark Tompkins who allow her to deepen her practice of improvisation and performance. In parallel to her career as a dancer, she has led various personal projects, collaborated with other artists and developed a keen interest in teaching dance. She intervenes with a very large public through artistic, educational and social projects. She assists Josette Baïz with the company and group Grenade for several years. She has been training at the Centre de Formation de Musiciens Intervenants in Aix-en-Provence for 15 years, and in more than fifty establishments in Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur for the French National Education system. Little by little her work is oriented towards somatic education methods that promote a fine and sensitive awareness of the body while leaving room for individual and collective creativity. She became a practitioner of the Feldenkrais method under the direction of Yvan Joly and obtained a degree in "Art and Psychotherapy" at the University of Nice Sophia Antipolis.
This rich path leads her to a quest for a movement that freely opens the space to a sensitive, generous and demanding choreographic language. For 10 years, Aicha Aouad has been developing an original pedagogy built on listening and discovery and has been designing artistic projects for children and early childhood within the framework of the Forum de Berre-l'Etang.
In 2017, she brings her creative and teaching work to Morocco, her native country. She was invited by the National Circus School Shems'y in Salé, the Moulay Ali Cherif School in Fez and the French Institute. She also leads several "Feldenkrais and dance" workshops in Casablanca and Essaouira and participates - within the Moroccan Association for the Assistance of Children in Precarious Situations - in the reintegration of Moroccan youth brimming with energy. From this work of collaboration and artistic and pedagogical commitment was born the company "Rose des vents", which she founded in 2020.
Sensitive to current events, her choreographic approach brings together the two shores of the Mediterranean. She brings together young Moroccan circus artists, apprentices or professionals, professional dancers and musicians from the south of France. From the energy of this meeting and the poetry of the bodies in movement, a link is created that brings together, guides and invites the discovery of new horizons.
Sébastien Boin, born in 1984, began learning music with classical guitar in the classes of Philippe Azoulay and Alexandre Boulanger. At the CNR of Marseille, he studied chamber music and writing before turning resolutely to conducting. He graduated from the Conservatory in 2007 with a first prize in Roland Hayrabedian's conducting class.
He continued his studies by entering Musicology at the Sorbonne (Paris IV), while completing his training in several interpretation classes and conducting projects organized by the ARIAM Ile de France. At the same time, he collaborates with the Radio France Choir, the Contemporary Choir, the European Chamber Orchestra AME, the Mediterranean Youth Orchestra, before being regularly invited by the Radio France Philharmonic Orchestra as a citharist. In 2013 he was selected as a conductor to participate in the International Academy of the Ensemble Modern in Austria.
His curiosity for the multiple forms of artistic expression and current currents of thought incited him to found in 2006 an instrumental ensemble dedicated to musical creation and named C Barré. This ensemble allows him to experiment the double responsibility of artistic and musical direction.
In 2009, at the age of 24, he was invited by Matthias Brauer to prepare the Radio France Choir for the creation of Thierry Lancino's Requiem. He is now regularly invited for new productions. Among them are Ariane et Barbe-Bleue by Paul Dukas (Salle Pleyel - 2011), The Wonderful Mandarin by Bartók (Festival Présences 2012), El Beso, creation by Florent Motsch (Alla Breve - 2012) or the creation of the Missa Brevissima by Philippe Bodin (Alla Breve - 2014), for which he works with Jean Deroyer, Susanna Mälkki, Tito Ceccherini and Eliahu Inbal.
In 2015 Sébastien Boin took over the artistic and musical direction of the new orchestra "OSAMU", symphony orchestra of the University of Aix-Marseille. Currently he regularly assists Roland Hayrabedian for the Musicatreize ensemble and teaches music direction at the CFMI in Aix en Provence. He is also regularly invited by the Avignon Provence Regional Orchestra and the Basse Normandie Regional Orchestra.
Pianist, renowned performer, polymorphic composer as he defines himself, founder of the Fractal Intervention Group "2746 after Rome" (1993-1996), and adventurer of the great roads and paths little beaten. Atypical on the contemporary artistic landscape, with a multidisciplinary background (rock, pop music, repetitive and medieval music, contemporary art, dance), his multiple influences give his works a theatrical strength, abolishing with jubilation stylistic and historical hierarchies while opening the act of creation to an ever wider public.
After classical piano studies and 3 first prizes, he pursued studies in harmony, counterpoint, fugue, analysis, orchestral conducting, and electroacoustics. In 1984, he took composition classes with Jacques Charpentier, a student of Olivier Messiaen, and with Georges Aperghis at the "Centre Acanthes".
His music has been the subject of numerous commissions; it has been performed in France and abroad by prestigious groups such as the Ensemble 2E2M, the Quatuor Parisii and Le Concert Impromptu. His catalog at Harmonia Mundi is rich and varied. Composer of about 200 works (orchestra, operas, chamber music, multidisciplinary works, melodies ...), 20 albums have been produced to date as well as two books on his work by the musicologist Pascal Bruno (Editions Tempo Primo) "The invariant of transformation, essay on JM Bossini" (2010) "Jean-Michel Bossini, the free style, interview, contributions, essay, portrait, catalog of works " (2013) In addition to numerous creations in progress for 2023 and 2024, he has become the French specialist of Frank Zappa's music that he transcribes, translates and arranges for all formations. He is also a key figure in piano improvisation on silent films.
His work has been the subject of numerous creative residencies in Paris, Ivry-sur-Seine, Monaco and at the Marélios theater in La Valette du Var. One of these residencies was supported by the Fondation de France for the Dunois Theater (Paris XIII, the only Parisian stage for young people) and the Conservatory of Ivry-sur-Seine from 2012 to 2014.
He is currently Professor of Artistic Education at the Conservatoire à Rayonnement Communal de Saint-Raphaël for the classes of Musical Culture, Analysis, History and Composition. He was a trainer at Cefedem Sud from 1998 to 2015 and in charge of research and creation at the University Toulon Sud for Ingémédia from 2008 to 2016. He was also a trainer for the CNFPT from 1990 to 2014, for the CDMC of Guebwiller (Haut Rhin) from 2009 to 2013 as well as for the CMR Paris (Centres Musicaux Ruraux) from 2003 to 2008 and for the UFF (Union des Fanfares de France) since 2018.
Since 1992, he has been teaching Aesthetics and Writing, Analysis, Cultural Awareness Actions and Arrangement Supervision on collections of world songs at the University of Aix-Marseille for the CFMI.
- 2022: Certificate of completion of the online training course "Enseigner le FLE", CAVILAM
- 2020 : School director aptitude list
- 2008 : CAFIPEMF option Music Education
- 2006 : CAFIPEMF without speciality
- 1996 : CAPE, IUFM Aix-Marseille
- 1993 : Licence in cultural mediation, University of Aix-Marseille
- 1992 : DEUG Sciences du Langage
- University of Aix-Marseille
- 1989 : Baccalauréat C, Lycée P. Mendès-France
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES :
- 7 years in REP+ kindergarten: Parmentier kindergarten (13001)
- 9 years in elementary school, including one in CLIS, three in CLIN at the Major Cathédrale (13002), and three in a training school (La Corderie, 13007)
- 8 years as a Pedagogical Advisor in Musical Education, attached to the Huveaune district
- 3 years as a REP+ Brigade
- 5 years as a trainer associated with the CFMI Aix (AMU)
- Vocal coach for professional actors
Skills acquired through professional experience
- Ability to work in a team
- Ability to organize large-scale projects
- Expressiveness and artistic sensitivity
- Strong work capacity
- Good knowledge of priority education and the cultural network in Marseille
- Good knowledge of the institution
- Passionate about music
- 27 years of choral practice in the choir "Les indéchiffrables": realization of various musical projects, participation in professional theater shows
- Singer in a French song group DuOH ! : recording of an album and concerts
- Ukulele playing for 4 years
Vincent Cladère est chef de chœur et saxophoniste. Il est licencié de Musicologie à l’Université Aix-Marseille.
Il étudie le saxophone auprès de Joël Versavaud au CNRR de Marseille et obtient un diplôme d’études musicales en saxophone, musique de chambre et formation musicale. Il se perfectionne ensuite dans la classe de Gurvan Péron au CRR d’Aix-en-Provence. Il est saxophone baryton du « Nonet » de la classe de jazz du CNRR de Marseille sous la direction de Philippe Renault.
Il étudie la direction de chœur auprès de Roland Hayrabédian au CNRR de Marseille et obtient un diplôme d’études musicales dans cette discipline. Il se perfectionne ensuite en chant lyrique dans la classe de Mareike Shellenberger au CRR d’Aix-en-Provence.
Il dirige plusieurs ensembles vocaux tels que l’ensemble vocal Canta l’Aigo (La Tour d’Aigues), le Chœur de l’Horloge et les Polyphonies Bourlingueuses (Aix-en-Provence).
Il enseigne le saxophone, chant choral et dirige la classe d’orchestre au sein des écoles de musique de la Tour d’Aigues et La Roque d’Anthéron.
Il est choriste de l’ensemble Les Offrandes Musicales (Aix-en-Provence) et de l’Ensemble Création (Marseille), chanteur et co-directeur musical du groupe occitan Cor D Lus et également membre du quatuor de saxophones « Sax’in time ».
Il collabore régulièrement avec la danseuse et chorégraphe Florencia Gonzalez et le musicien et compositeur Amine Soufari.
Il participe régulièrement à des projets artistiques dans le cadre du Festival International d’Art Lyrique d’Aix-en-Provence, de l’Opéra de Marseille, du Chœur Contemporain, du Grand Théâtre de Provence…
Jeanne Dambreville is a choral conductor with a DNSPM and a DE degree. She trained mainly with Catherine Simonpietri, Lionel Sow, Claire Marchand and Didier Grojsman.
Fascinated by the links between voice and movement, by a cappella transcription, and by the mixing of musical styles, she co-created the Compagnie Répète un peu pour voir. The shows "Initiales - une histoire sans parole" and "Je vous aime - concert, spectacle ou rencontre ?
With the vocal group Funky Frogs, she explores soul, pop and funk repertoires a cappella and in space.
At the Rouen Opera, the CCN des Hauts-de-France, the Philharmonie de Paris and the Théâtre des Champs-Élysées, she questions the link with the public during participative shows.
She intervenes as a trainer, in choral direction or specifically around the question of links between voice and movement, for the CFMI (Rennes, Toulouse, Aix, Orsay), the Missions Voix (Far, Cepravoi, Lab, ARPA...), the rectories, the conservatories...
As a child I loved sports and wanted to be a champion. I practiced skiing (stars, bronze ski, silver arrow...) and swimming (inter-regional champion - speciality: backstroke) in competition. Training after training I pushed the desire-pleasure very far, until I was disgusted.
My grandfather Carlo as well as my father Daniel liked to say to me: "Hi artist! Go artist!" This was surely an involuntary trigger that led me to become an artist.
Around the age of 14 I started to learn classical guitar with Daniel Bauce. He proposed to gather the students in order to create a multi-style guitar ensemble(acoustic and electric).
I was 16 or 17 years old when I started to study opera singing at the conservatory of Vitrolles & Miramas with Patrick Agard, while continuing the guitar.
After having passed a C.A.P.(certificate of professional aptitude) of fitter-cablemaker, I was an electrician for a while, a mover, small jobs... I then worked for five years at the O.M.C. (Office Municipal de la Culture) for the town hall of Vitrolles, as a projectionist at the cinema les Lumières, looking for, delivering copies, putting up posters, etc., while continuing to play the guitar and sing.
Tired of this experience, I continue to dream: I want to become a professional musician. I have been giving guitar lessons for a few years, I compose, I write songs, I play in a band and we give concerts. I quit my job, Pôle emploi announces that I am entitled to an A.F.R.(allocation de formation reclassement). We are in 1992, I enter a jazz school in Salon I.M.F.P. (Institut Musical de Formation Professionnelle) in guitar options: percussions and singing, during 3 years to learn to play JAZZ.
After this training I became a showman with different bands as a singer, guitarist and harmonicist (Wouah) : Rock'n Chair - Blues Time - Patchuko - Watt à la Pacoule - Trouble Makers - Kasimodo - Darmoise and Dardazaï. In parallel I continue to give guitar lessons in association.
Nine years later, I went back to school to get the university diploma in music, the D.U.M.I. at the faculty of Aix en Provence, we are in 2004. I am a happy man and I share my life with Sophie and I have two children.
Currently, I work for the city of Martigues at the conservatory of music and dance Pablo Picasso as a musician intervening in the school environment as well as people with disabilities. The DUMI allowed me to be a guitar teacher and to work in different music schools; la Fare les Oliviers, Saint Chamas, Rognac, Le forum de Berre.
I lead an adult ensemble of singers and musicians. Lady Des Aires
I play in 2 music groups:
- Triouch'Mano (electro swing) https://triouchmano.wixsite.com/triouchmano
- PAPA BiG WOLF (Blues electro-rock) https://papa-big-wolf.jimdosite.com
I intervene at Aix-Marseille University at the CFMI for the students of 1st year on the topic: "Music and early childhood".
My YouTube channel for the curious: https://www.youtube.com/@ericdarmoise/featured
A multidisciplinary and eclectic artist, she practiced contemporary dance, studied at the Beaux-Arts, and almost became a stage designer before devoting herself to her passion for singing and the voice.
Her career as a performer, nourished by numerous travels in contact with non-Western vocal cultures, and by collaborations with different ensembles, leads her from traditional and ancient polyphonies(Ensemble Organum - Marcel Pérès, Ensemble Motetus) to contemporary music, as well as to theater(Collectif Le Larynx), and to sound poetry(le nom commun). Improvisation holds a privileged place, she practiced it within the ensemble le nom commun, but also in duo with the composer Pôm Bouvier B., and since 2016, within Grand8, a large improvised music ensemble of the PACA region.
In 2003 she founded " Le Chant du Voisin " in Marseille, a structure within which she initiates the creation of vocal ensembles(the common name, Motetus) and shows (8 creations, the latest of which are Dalok and Nóta), but also training and transmission activities in the field of vocal music.
With an atypical itinerary and nourished by the artistic, physical and musical practices she has gone through, she has consolidated her pedagogical approach to singing by training in vocal coaching with Richard Cross (2009-2010) and by a course in choral conducting at the Cnrr of Marseille with Roland Hayrabédian, from 2013 to 2018. She directs workshops, courses, and trainings around polyphony, vocal gesture and improvisation for different audiences.
As a vocalist, choral conductor and teacher, she explores the human voice, whether it is speech, song, or texture, attentive to the variety of its states of matter and its great plasticity.
Since 2015 she has been teaching 2nd year students at the CFMI in Aix-en-Provence on a module entitled "Vocal explorations: from tradition to invention" and also since 2020 on the module "Body and Interpretation".
Musiques en Fabrique / Association Le Chant du Voisin
151 Bd de la Libération - 13001 Marseille
Maïté Erra is in charge of teaching at the CFMI of Aix-Marseille University and co-president of the National Council of CFMI.
She has a doctorate in Arts, specializing in music and musicology, and holds a professional master's degree in educational sciences and a license in musicology.
She obtained a first prize in composition at the National Conservatory of Marseille in the class of Georges Boeuf. Her catalog contains about fifty instrumental and vocal pieces. Before that, she took many courses at the Perpignan Conservatory (harmony, singing, organ, contemporary music, choral singing, Gregorian chant) and obtained various prizes (piano, chamber music, deciphering, musical training). During her studies, she joined the contemporary choir under the direction of Roland Hayrabedian as a chorister.
After obtaining a university diploma in music teaching (DUMI) at the University of Provence in 1991, she worked in schools (nursery and elementary) and in a medical-educational institute (IME) as a teacher of musical training and early musical education at the conservatories of Pertuis (Syndicat Intercommunal de Musique du Sud Luberon) and of Vaison-la-Romaine. Coordinator of music in schools in the South Luberon (team of musicians), she participates in the creation of a festival of musical shows "Les écoles musiquent" (schools are musical) realized by children and professionals (creation and realization of more than 200 shows with children classes and cultural partners).
At the same time and since 1993, she has been in charge of courses (creation and composition workshops at school, tutoring, consulting visits, participation in juries...) at the CFMI in Aix-en-Provence. She also conducts practical workshops on creation in schools for the continuing education of school teachers and specialized assistants in artistic education (CNFPT / ARCADE ...).
Finally, she actively participates in the recognition of the profession: co-founder and vice-president of the Fédération Nationale des Associations de Musiciens Intervenants (FNAMI), co-founder, secretary and editor of the journal "Paroles de M.I." of the Association des Musiciens Intervenants du Sud Est (AMISE).
Conductor, Violist and Pianist
Composition, orchestrations, arrangements
Sound creations for Theatre and Audiovisual
I am a multi-faceted musician with an eclectic background, made up of encounters and associations of ideas.
Classically trained, I have mainly written for the performing arts, at the crossroads of disciplines. I compose, direct and stage with a particular interest for strings and acoustic instruments.
Years of experience in France and abroad (street arts, musical theater, concerts, events, young audience, song).
Multiple collaborations with chamber and symphony orchestras have given me great experiences in arranging and orchestration. I had the chance to work internationally, confronting different challenges, from the intimate to the gigantic.
My musical thread, under the influence and the colors of the composers of the XXth century, is made of travels and meetings. The inspiration touches at the same time the jazz, the contemporary language and the popular fabric. A very melodic writing, rhythmic games, counterpoints and dialogues.
The sound creation and the setting in space allowed me to explore textures, to create singular universes and fictional characters. It is a matter of a complete complicity and interactivity with the staging and the game, a work on the sound illusion, the gesture, the movement and the sound.
CREATION 2021 : THE RETURN OF MOBY DICK
Show freely inspired by François Sarano's book "LE RETOUR DE MOBY DICK, ou ce que les cachalots nous enseigneent sur les océans et les hommes" (Actes Sud)
Adaptation and narration | Guy Robert, Musical composition and sound creation | Nadine Esteve et Guillaume Saurel, Video and lighting device | Erick Priano, Production and diffusion | Marie Laigneau-Bignon
MUSIC : No Quartêt (string quartet), Tintamar Orchestra (12 musicians) and Tintamar Quintet (string quintet), Flûte Cake (mixed music), 3 Chevaux de Front (trio sax, cello, viola)
STREET ARTS : Lieux Publics and Cie (Marseille), La Machine (Nantes, Toulouse), Allegro Barbaro (Marseille)
SONG : Paris Combo (Paris), Arthur H (Paris, Amiens), Philippe Forcioli (Marseille)
VOCAL MUSIC, MUSICAL THEATRE: Voix Polyphoniques (Marseille)
YOUNG PEOPLE'S THEATRE: Sagliocco Ensemble (Norway)
- Théâtre Joliette Minoterie, Cie Théâtre Provisoire (Marseille) | " La clé de l'ascenseur " by Agota Kristof, " Livraison IX " with Jacques Rebotier, " Si les mots m'étaient contés ", by Matei Visniec
- Cie Les Grandes Pointures (Marseille) | " Moi qui ai servi le Roi d'Angleterre " by Bohumil Hrabal
- Théâtre Toursky (Marseille) | " Viens, on s'en va " by Richard Martin
DOCUMENTARY: "After the Shadow" by Stéphane Mercurio, "Beyond the Ramp" by Véronique Patte-Doumbé, "Art & Society" by Marie Frapin
CULTURE AT THE HOSPITAL : Artistic interventions in hospitals with the Théâtre de la Minoterie (Marseille)
- Holder of the DUMI | Direction of the workshop of manufacture of instruments to the CFMI of Aix en Provence
- Courses in ensemble music, conducting techniques using sign language and sound painting
- MOBY DISK , production MeM - release in March 2023
- Label NERVES W.O.S, distribution Absilone :
- " 3 Horses in front ", David Rueff, Guillaume Saurel, Nadine Esteve (2016)
- "Les Grandes Lignes" with the Tintamar Orchestra (2008), concept album - 12 musicians
- (composition, musical direction and realization)
- "Flûte Cake" (2010) duet with Dominique Bouzon, mixed music
- Label Stupeur et Trompette : " Coup de lune " (1995) and " Transbordeur " (1998) with the No Quartêt
He teaches choral conducting and singing at Aix-Marseille University, at the Centre de Formation de Musiciens Intervenants d'Aix-en-Provence and at the Conservatoire à Rayonnement Départemental des Alpes de Haute Provence.
He directs the vocal group Antequiem of Aix-en-Provence and has created several shows, notably reassemblies of baroque operas, with a predilection for Charpentier, Lully and Rameau. He directs the Vocal Ensemble of the University of Aix-Marseille, EV'AMU, supported by the Aix Festival. He has participated in numerous creations by composers such as Jug Markovic, Mikel Urquiza, Robert Coinel, Alexandros Markéas, but also Lucien Guérinel, François Rossé, Maurice Ohana, Zad Moultaka notably alongside Roland Hayrabédian.
Clarinetist of the group Aksak since its origin, specialized in the music of the Balkans, he interprets the repertory of the traditional musics of Eastern Europe and takes part in the update of this repertory by interpretations and new compositions.
He is passionate about the music of Transylvania by playing Bratsch in the trio Ardéal
Since 2015, Philippe Franceschi has been associated with the artist and pedagogue team for the educational and socio-artistic projects Passerelles of the Festival d'Aix-en-Provence: Academic Choral Festival, Le Monstre du Labyrinthe in 2015, Ouverture(s), Médinéa in 2016, Odyssée N°7 -A voix nue- with Sonia Wieder-Atherton in 2017, Orféo and Majnun in 2018, The Conference of the Birds by Moneim Adwan in 2019, Accents Balkans 2021.
Fondateur et directeur artistique de Résonance Contemporaine, il nourrit un vif intérêt pour le langage musical d’aujourd’hui dans toute sa diversité.
Depuis 1987, à la tête des deux formations professionnelles et permanentes que sont Les Six Voix Solistes et les Percussions de Treffort, Alain Goudard s’investit très fortement pour que la création musicale d’aujourd’hui soit une pratique vivante, en ouvrant l’accès de celle-ci à différents publics : amateurs enfants et adultes, personnes en situation de handicap, personnes incarcérées, leur permettant de nouer des liens forts avec des compositeurs et des musiciens professionnels.
L’originalité, la rigueur, l’ouverture, l’enthousiasme avec lesquels Alain Goudard conduit son parcours musical lui ont permis de nouer des liens forts, de recevoir la confiance et la complicité de nombreux artistes, compositeurs français et étrangers qui, aujourd’hui, font que son action trouve une place pertinente et reconnue dans le paysage musical d’aujourd’hui.
He places at the heart of his artistic approach, the encounter with the other, the "how-to-be-with", the "how-to-be-together-with-many", the question: "what happens to us when everything else happens? He never ceases to consider the encounter as an event and this one as the engine, the essence of the musical creation, the latter being a common good to be lived and shared. His path led him in 1987 to found and ensure the artistic direction of Résonance Contemporaine, and its three permanent ensembles, subsidized by the DRAC Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes: the Six Voix Solistes and the Percussions de Treffort (an atypical ensemble mixing disabled and able-bodied musicians), the Trio de poésie Action (Laura Tejeda, Bartolome Ferrando, Alain Goudard), with whom they give numerous concerts.
In this permanent commitment to musical creation, it seeks to allow each artist, through reinvented approaches, to find the blossoming of his talents and to give the best of himself in the service of the collective purpose and its sharing with the most diverse audiences.
Numerous artists and musical groups regularly collaborate and share the stage with the ensembles directed by Alain Goudard during multidisciplinary creations or international collaborations.
Composer, vibraphonist, teacher
His career is a crossing of musical genres: jazz, learned music, traditional or innovative, written or improvised. In France and Italy - his birth and adoption countries - as well as in Asia, the Middle East and Africa, he has created numerous works with traditional musicians, particularly for Javanese gamelan. He has notably collaborated with: Steve Lacy, Barre Philipps, François Jeanneau, Didier Malherbe, Michel Godard, Andy Emler, Daunik Lazro, Didier Petit as well as Terry Riley, Sapto Raharjo, Jean Schwarz, Luc Ferrari, Christian Sebille, Jacques Rebotier etc. and has participated in festivals: Venice Biennale, Brisbane Bienal (Australia), Yogyakarta Gamelan Festival (Indonesia), Gaudeamus (Amsterdam),Présences Radio France (Paris), Sons d'hiver (94), les manca (Nice), les musiques (Marseille),détours de babel (Grenoble), Mittel fest (Italy), French cultural centersabroad.
Various commissions of author mark out his course: those of National Centers of Musical Creation (Nice, Marseille, Reims, Alfortville, St Nazaire), of the INA-GRM (composition of electro-acoustic pieces). He has also been commissioned by the State, CDN, CNRS, CNES (Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales), France Musique, France-Inter and the radio creation workshops of France Culture.
Invited in 1997 by the ccf of Yogyakarta (Central Java), he has since multiplied projects of Franco-Indonesian collaboration which have been realized and toured in France as well as in Indonesia; among others: "katak2 bertanggo" record in 1997 and tour in Java in 1998 - "Samerrah" in 2001 - "(a)lone (a)lone" dance and gamelan in 2006 - "do not wake up before the end of the dream" in 2011 (commissioned by the French state) - "Guignol meets the Punakawans" in 2015 in Java - "Kembalinya katak katak", commissioned by the program Création Mondiale on France Musique in 2019 - "Le réveil des grenouilles" commissioned by the festival ''détours de babel'' 2021 in Grenoble - "La legende de Godogan" for gamelan, electronics, dance and narration in co-direction with the I.F. (creation and tour in Indonesia August 2022).
He was a trainer and artistic advisor of the ARIAM île de France for free improvisation since 1993 until the closure of this structure in 2017. This within the framework of the programs of continuous training (VAE) or initial intended for teachers of music. He also intervenes in training centers (CNFPT, CEFEDEM, LAM, IET Sorbonne nouvelle) or during residencies in conservatories and music schools. He is currently working in Aix en Provence at the higher education center (IESM) and at the training center for musicians (CFMI). Since 2005, Alex Grillo has been directing a training course in Yogyakarta approved by the AFDAS around gamelan and Javanese culture. 15 editions of this course have taken place since then. He also holds a State Diploma as a teacher of jazz and improvised music.
Poetry and narration are very naturally associated with his work of "setting in sounds": for 20 years, projects and creations with writers and poets (Nimrod, Daniel Biga, Jean-Luc Raharimanana, Koffi Kwahulé, Edith Azam) have multiplied. Alex Grillo also writes and produces "poetic cabaret" forms mixing texts, sounds, movements and images; the poetic concert "Africa is in us" by the poet Daniel Biga in trio with Didier Petit and Christian Sebille was awarded the Grand Prix Charles Cros in 2007. In 2015 and 2022 creation of "Su et Ju", after the poems of PP Pasolini, composed from the report of assonances between Friulian and Occitan languages. In 2018, a bi-lingual Italian-French show in duo with Jacques Rebotier. In 2021, two creations: "electronic guerilla" with Sebastien Béranger after W.S Burroughs and "LaVoix LaLangue" operatorio for voice, choir and electronics.
Acurious creator, he articulates projects with innovative forms and collaborates with various and often unexpected circles: musicians, dancers, actors of course, but also poets, visual artists and scientists. He ensures the musical realization of projects of street arts companies: creation of "l'Amour Toute une Nuit" with the company Ilotopie; "Elémouvant", piece for wind band, anvils, and flames with the Group "F" or "À Tue texte", textual fanfare of amateurs, produced by Lieux Publics (national center for street arts). As part of the experimental creation movement, he is an eclectic performer, intervening in Michel Redolfi's subaquatic concerts or as a "musician-dancer" on Guy Reibel's "OMNI".
Projects with and for children have multiplied: two mini-operas for children, "the adventures of Lulu", published as a book-CD by Didier Jeunesse and created in Paris in 2009, then performed again in 2010 and 2011; an opera in 2013, for children's choir, wind band and Javanese gamelan. In 2022 "In the shadow of the Ramayana" for children's choir, puppets and gamelan produced by the festival ''détours de babel'' in Grenoble.
Selective discography :
- In 1985, a first disc "A table !
- In 1993, a solo record "Vibraphone Alone".
- In 1997 a duets disc "Couples" and in 2001 a trios disc "Triplett" where the same 13 pieces are each time revisited, OuLiPien project.
- In 1997 : "Katak katak bertanggo" with S. Raharjo.
- 2002 : "L'Amour tome 1" with C. Wodrascka, D. Petit and H. Labarrière.
- 2007 : "The music of Africa is in us" with D. Petit and C. Sebille (Grand Prix Charles Cros 2007).
Albane Guetta has a degree in musical training from the C.E.S.M.D. in Toulouse and a diploma in music intervention from the University of Toulouse le Mirail. Since 2006, she has been a teacher of musical training and music intervention at the conservatory of music in Pertuis. Since 2015, she also works with disabled adults. She works with our students as part of the first year tutoring internship and brings her expertise during field visits with second year students as part of the internship at the school.
His background :
- Musical studies at the school PRO MUSICA (Le Thor - Vaucluse).
- Holder of the DUMI (CFMI of Aix en Provence).
- Intermittent musician (vocals and trombone) in rock, ska, reggae, funk bands (De la colline, Raoul Petite, Les rats s'cassent, etc...).
- Theater courses and workshops (Cie Remue-ménage, Théâtre l'Antidote - Marseille).
- Interventions in schools.
- Author and performer of shows for children
- Interventions in hospitals within Phonambule
- Musical workshops in child psychiatry and in prisons.
Intervenes in the CFMI of Aix within the framework of the follow-up on the ground in specialized medium.
Fabrice LANOË was born in Marseille where, from the age of five, he worked with his mother, a piano teacher.
At the age of fifteen, he obtained a brilliant gold medal at the CNRR of Marseille in the class of Pierre BARBIZET and, the following year, he was admitted to the CNSM of PARIS where he worked with G. FREMY and J. MOUILLÈRE
At the end of his studies, he obtained, at the age of 19, a 1st Prize in piano and chamber music.
Afterwards, he was admitted to the advanced cycle by competition and received the advice of prestigious masters such as Léon FLEISHER, Gyorgy SEBOK for piano and Janos STARKER for chamber music, among others.
Fabrice has won several international competitions:
- J.S. BACH International Competition (1st Prize, SACEM Prize)
- Meknes International Competition (1st Prize, France CLIDAT Prize, G. CZIFFRA Prize)
- International Henri SAUGUET Competition (1st Prize, Pierre BERGÉ Prize)
- Maria CANALS International Competition (3rd Grand Prize, USCHI BECKER de TORELLO and PIÀ ESPINA DE PAR Prizes, special medal C.CEBRO)
He is also a laureate of prestigious foundations:
- Grand Prix LION'S CLUB
- Grand Prix Yves SAINT LAURENT Foundation
- Grand Prix YAMAHA Foundation
- Grand Prix STEINWAY & Sons Foundation
Holder of these awards, he is the guest of many festivals in France (Opera of MARSEILLE, Auditorium du Pharo, Salle GAVEAU, Salle PLEYEL, MUCEM, Festival of BESANÇON, Festival of Santa Reparata, Château de la Buzine, Musée d'Orsay, Cité de la Musique in PARIS....) and abroad (PHILHARMONIE de BERLIN, DI CAPO THEATER in NEW YORK, Palaù de la Musica Catalana in BARCELONA, GRAN AUDITORIUM in MADRID, Festival ARS MUSICA in BRUSSELS....)
He is also invited as a soloist by different orchestras:
- Philharmonic Orchestra of Radio France
- Philharmonic Youth Orchestra of HAMBURG
- Orchestra of the CNSM of PARIS
- SINFONIA Orchestra of MANCHESTER
- Instrumental Ensemble of France
- Orchestra of the Republican Guard
He is the guest of several radio programs (Radio Classique, RTBF, France Musique...) as well as television (France 2, France 3, M6, Arte...)
He regularly performs in chamber music with his sister Nathalie in piano duo, but also in sonata, trio or quartet.
He had the privilege to play with Alexis WEISSENBERG, Philip BRIDE, Manfred STILZ, Anne QUEFFELEC, Tasso ADAMOPOULOS, Cyril HUVÉ, Gerard FREMY, Erik BERCHOT but also with the actress Marie-Christine BARRAULT or the jazz double bass player Tony BONFILS.
Being an improviser and a film enthusiast, he also performs in cine-concert with the films of René Clair or "Le Fantôme de l'Opera" by Rupert Julian, among others.
Fabrice is laureate of the Jean-Gabriel MARIE Prize of the Academy of Arts and Letters
Passionate about pedagogy, he is a full professor at the CNRR of MARSEILLE, teaches at the University of Marseille-Provence and also collaborates with the IESM Provence-Méditerranée.
He regularly gives master classes in France and in Europe and sits on juries for competitions and examinations in pedagogy (VAE, DE, CA) as well as on the jury of national and international piano competitions.
Xavier LEFEBVRE has a DUMI diploma (cfmi of Aix-en-Provence) and is a music teacher in schools. He teaches trumpet, djembe, accompaniment and directs children's and adult choirs. He is also a trainer at the CafeDanse in Aix-en-Provence for musical training. Multi-instrumentalist, he plays and sings in Latin music groups. He composes or writes arrangements, mainly for choirs.
Patrick Luppi has won first prizes in writing, musical training and choral conducting and has practiced musical styles ranging from rock to contemporary music. He holds a University Diploma in Music Teaching and teaches at the Cabriès School of Music and at the Centre de Formation de Musiciens Intervenant d'Aix Marseille. He has been directing the Aix Marseille University Choramu choirs for several years.
Intermittent of the spectacle from 1988 to 2003, the eclecticism is his trademark. He performs on current music stages with the West Indian group "Expression" and the instrumental rock group "Kyosaku" in particular. At the same time, he trained as a conductor in the classes of Pol Mule and Jean Sébastien Bereau. He directs among others "Les Archets du Lacydon", "L'Ensemble de Saxophones de Provence" and "L'Ensemble Instrumental du Pays d'Aix".
In 2000, he realized multipurpose shows bringing together a rock band and a symphony orchestra.
Teaching from 2006, he turns to the direction of choir and obtains its price in the class of Roland Hayrabédian. Between 2011 and 2013, he joined the project "Odyssey in Space" led by Musicatreize and participated in the creation of works by Alessandro Markéas, Oscar Strasnoy, Zad Moultaka and Jesper Nordin
Since 2010, within the framework of the project "Un Air de Famille", he regularly integrates into the program of his choirs works of popular music from around the world collected and arranged by the students of the Cfmi, along with scholarly works by Bartock, Kodaly, Bernstein.
In 2022, he adapted and conducted Manuel Oltra's "Très Andalouzas" to accompany a play by Garcia Lorca directed by Angie Pick: "La maison de Bernarda Alba".
He graduated in 1992 with a Bachelor's degree in musicology and in 1994 with a Capes in music education. He has been teaching in secondary schools since 1994 and has been a lecturer at the CFMI of Aix-Marseille University since 2009 in the context of guitar accompaniment for first and second year students.
- Studied jazz guitar with Gérard Maurin, Michel Perez and Jonathan Kreisberg.
- Has played in many bands (jazz, rock, variety) since 1986.
- Accompanied on stage the singers:
Rudi Wilburn, Hélène Ségara, Bernard Lavilliers, Jane Manson.
- Performs regularly with the trio of the American organist James Pace since 2017 and the big band of Yves Laplanne since 2021.
Cécile MAUREL studied at the Conservatoire National de Région de Marseille and obtained a gold medal in the organ class of Marie Louise Jacquet LANGLAIS. She continued her studies with Pierre PERDIGON and won the 1st Inter-Regional Prize in Grenoble.
An active concert performer, she collaborates in the creation of contemporary works and plays with numerous ensembles.
As a composer, she founded the Compagnie Hydraule and developed original creations around the organ. Her show "La Légende de Ktézibios" has been programmed in many festivals. Official program of Marseille 2013 (International Organ Festival of Roquevaire 2013) Festival of Toulouse Les Orgues (2012) Collegiate Church of Neuchâtel (Switzerland), Basilica St Peter of Basel (Switzerland)...
Passionate about pedagogy, she holds a state diploma as an organ teacher and a diploma as an intervening musician. She teaches at the Cité de la Musique in Marseille and at the Conservatoire National de Région de Toulon Provence Méditerranée. She is also a trainer at the Centre de Formation des Musiciens Intervenants of the University of Aix en Provence.
Within the framework of her teaching, Cécile MAUREL has created numerous children's operas, and various creations combining professionals and diverse audiences.
Anne Périssé dit Préchacq is an equally happy singer, choir director and singing teacher.
As a soloist or chorister, she sings in prestigious ensembles such as Roland Hayrabédian's Ensemble Musicatreize, Geoffroy Jourdain's Les Cris de Paris, Rachid Safir's Solistes XXI, Simon-Pierre Bestion's Luce del Canto, and the Maîtrise de Notre-Dame de Paris directed by Lionel Sow.
Since 2003, she has been the singer and artistic director of the Ensemble Dulcisona, with whom she explores the repertoire of early and contemporary music.
Eager to share her love of music and more specifically of contemporary music, she created the Kaleidoscope choir, which she has been directing since 2007. In 2015, she also directed one of the children's choirs of the Orchestre de Paris alongside Lionel Sow.
Gifted with a pronounced taste for pedagogy, she teaches vocal technique at the Maîtrise de Radio-France (Bondy site), at the Maîtrise de Notre-Dame de Paris, and at the children's choir of the Orchestre de Paris. Since 2002, she has been the artistic director of the "Stage de chant aux Arques" in the Lot region. She also leads workshops around the voice with Emergences et cultures for weekends or a summer course.
The Festival d'Aix-en-Provence hired her in 2013 for large-scale projects: mounting and conducting operas with children from disadvantaged neighborhoods.
Anne Périssé dit Préchacq is regularly called upon to conduct vocal workshops for special audiences: socially disadvantaged environments with the Cité de la Musique (Demos project), prison environments with the Meaux Penitentiary Center, and impeded audiences with the Grand Théâtre de Provence.
President of the Casa des Anges orphanage in Cameroon, she regularly develops actions to help children grow through music.
Born in 1971, he is a professor of music history and analysis at the C.R.R. in Marseille, has a doctorate in musicology, is a lecturer at the University of Aix-Marseille since 2004, and is a founding member of the Association des Amis de la Musique Française.
A specialist in 20th century French music, he has published several monographs and articles for the AMF publishing house, as well as regular contributions to collective works published in collaboration with Actes Sud and the Opéra de Marseille. He regularly gives public lectures at the Bibliothèque départementale de Marseille, the Opéra de Marseille, the Bibliothèque du CNR de Marseille, as well as within the framework of the Club Service Opéra, and has participated in several scientific colloquia (Université de Provence, Université de la Côte d'Opale, Université Paris IV-Sorbonne, Fondation Bru-Zane).
He directed the international colloquium Lucien Durosoir, une compositeur moderne né romantique (Venice, Palazetto Bru-Zane, 2011) as well as the eponymous book (2011, Fraction) and co-directed in 2011 with J.M. Jacono the international colloquium Henri Tomasi, de la lumière méditerranéenne à la conscience révoltée as well as the eponymous book (Presses Universitaires de Provence, 2013) which was awarded the Prix Pierre Barbizet by the Académie de Marseille in 2013.
As a musician and piano teacher, she develops and conducts musical projects with various educational and cultural partners in the region: schools, colleges, conservatories, town halls, social and cultural centers, MJC, IME, etc...
She initiated the creation of the vocal and instrumental ensemble "Tous à l'unisson" in which she arranges and conducts an eclectic repertoire.
Since 2017, she is also associated with the artistic and pedagogical team of the Passerelles service of the Aix-en-Provence Lyric Art Festival in order to set up and lead musical workshops for educational and socio-artistic projects.
Her diversified background allows her to have a professional, broad and adaptable artistic and pedagogical approach. She intervenes at the CFMI of Aix-Marseille University in the framework of tutoring and follow-up in the field.
Docteur en Arts, spécialité musique et musicologie, Michel Rey est l’auteur d’une thèse intitulée De l’institution culturelle au Centre de ressources. Le Conservatoire intercommunal de musique du Pays d’Apt Luberon (2022). Ces recherches portent sur les notions de participation et d’expérimentation comme moteur de transformation et d’adaptation de nos établissements d’enseignements artistiques spécialisés aux nouveaux enjeux des politiques publiques de la culture.
Directeur du conservatoire intercommunal de musique du Pays d’Apt Luberon (CRIPAL) depuis 2008, Michel Rey développe un projet d’établissement ambitieux qui, dans le respect des droits culturels, tend à accorder une place centrale à l’éducation artistique et culturelle (EAC) et à l’experimentation.
Au travers de cette entreprise, il s’agit pour Michel Rey et son équipe d’offrir aux élèves une formation d’excellence au sens large et non uniquement centrée sur le geste technique, ouvrant sur une véritable autonomie des élèves et permettant à chacun d’élaborer son propre projet musical, que ce dernier soit amateur ou professionnel.
Percussionniste de formation classique issu des classes des Conservatoires d’Aix-en-Provence puis de Lyon, Michel Rey, titulaire du diplôme d’état de professeur de musique (DE), a longtemps privilégié dans son parcours de musicien pédagogue l’exploration d’œuvres en marge des grands courants esthétiques, lesquelles sont susceptibles de provoquer la rencontre entre artistes créateurs, musiciens interprètes et amateurs. De fait, ces multiples aventures musicales et humaines l’ont conduit à collaborer régulièrement avec Isabelle Courroy, Eric Montbel, Benjamin Dupé et bien d’autres artistes encore.
Attaché territorial en charge des Affaires culturelles de la Communauté de communes Pays d’Apt Luberon depuis 2019, Michel Rey participe à la mise en œuvre d’un parcours d’éducation artistique et culturelle cohérent pour l’ensemble des enfants et des jeunes de ce territoire rural et vise à l’obtention du label 100% EAC attribué par le Ministère de la Culture.
Michel Rey est membre du comité d’experts musique à la DRAC PACA.
I am a musician intervener by heart and training since 2003. Thanks to the CFMI, I became an artistic and cultural mediator for the Montpellier Symphony Orchestra and then for the Avignon Symphony Orchestra. In all my projects of musical creation in schools, I have invited colleagues to participate as partners in the field.
Since 2010, I am a trainer at the CFMI of Aix-Marseille-University. We have created the "awareness action" module: setting up an artistic and cultural mediation project around a musical performance through practice and creation, based on the skills acquired in applied analysis, in partnership with cultural structures in the region, artists and teachers.
My experience as president of the FNAMI-LR, an association employing musicians in Languedoc-Roussillon, and my interest in accompanying people in the construction of their professional project, led me to coordinate the "professional insertion" module.
Since 2020, as territorial coordinator of the Avignon-Provence Demos Orchestra, I welcome the students in the observation of the device within the framework of the module of collective practices, by integrating them when it is possible in the professional artistic teams.
Since 2021, I am co-researcher of the EPMM, Étude partenariale des métiers de la médiation de la musique of the University of Montreal. This has allowed me and two CFMI students to participate in the international meetings of October 2022, with the presentation of a collaborative game for training in music mediation that they have developed in response to a call for projects from the EPMM.
Born in Marseille in 1957, Olivier Stalla began his career as a jazz musician.
He obtained various prizes in jazz, composition, arrangement and orchestration (CIM-Paris), film music (Ecole normale-Paris), as well as in electroacoustics.
He participated in the IRCAM Summer Academy with composers Emmanuel Nunes and Luca Francesconi.
In 1999, he received a state commission for the "Festival international des musiques d'aujourd'hui" in Marseille, organized by the GMEM. He stages the double bass of Jean-Pierre Robert within a spatialization device [Holophon - Max/Msp] piloted in real time by the performer.
He has regularly collaborated with the director Philippe Carrese, signing numerous film scores, short films, institutional films, commercials, sound design (France 3), and feature films.
His works are played by various ensembles: the Télémaque Ensemble, the De Erprys Ensemble, the Opus 16 String Quartet, the Legrenzi Ensemble, the Duo Symblêma (piece broadcast live on France Musique).
Since 2003 he has been collaborating regularly with the company PIANOANDCO for various creations:
- "Question de Principe", Creation Contemporary Music .
- "Des milliers de Sons", from the Slam and Contemporary Music workshop .
- "I have thousands of gestures", performance Music, Slam and Video 
- "Camera song" sound and video creation at the Baumettes prison 
- "Cross By" live performance, sound and video 
- " Duo piano loop " live performance with piano prepare 
From 2018 to 2019 he participates in the European project "Europe In C"
(project supported by the Erasmus + scheme) as a conductor.
His catalog includes several chamber music works, electroacoustic pieces, as well as numerous Film scores.
In parallel to his career as a composer, he also teaches electroacoustics at the CFMI (Centre de Formation des Musiciens Intervenants) in Aix en Provence, and computer music at the A&I.S (Ecole de cinema, les Ateliers de l'image et du son)
After classical and university studies (gold medal in double bass and chamber music and DUMI) she met improvised music through the workshops of Barre Phillips, Claude Tchamitchian, Rémi Charmasson, Raymond Boni, Joëlle Léandre, Louis Sclavis, Jean-Luc Capozzo, Christine Wodraska; it was a tsunami in her life as a musician!
Emmanuelle Stimbre is also a musician intervening in schools and improvisation teacher at the Conservatoire O. Messiaen Conservatory in Avignon, where she transmits her passion to her students in workshops for young instrumentalists and young actors, thus offering children access to the expressiveness and emotion of music. She also teaches at the CFMI in Aix en Provence.
Mezzo-soprano soloist - singer-performer, actress, vocal technique teacher has performed on international stages and follows her "voice". She is now an author with her pop-folk repertoire on the self-produced album " Mother Earth is Crying ". She has for musical creation project named " ReaLaxe " experienced an urban environment " depolluted " from everyday noises. Her desire to create music that resonates with this experience and is in line with her latest album production "Mother Earth is Crying" emerged.
Her pedagogy and approaches to personal development have matured. Since 2008, Tania ZOLTY has been coaching artists, teachers, business executives, employees and people who are simply looking for their voice. She intervenes as a pedagogue at Aix University "DUM", with the gateway of the Opera Festival of Aix, Le Grenier de Corps, the REZO in Corsica and Body N Voice.
Tania mixes several approaches that allow people to develop their qualities of expression and presence in front of an audience, whatever their profession.
The Aix-Marseille University Training Center for Intervening Musicians is located on the INSPE site of Aix-Marseille University, five minutes' walk from downtown Aix-en-Provence.
The 350 m2 premises house a media library, a classroom, two computer-assisted music studios (CAM), as well as a rehearsal room with an instrumentarium.
Training Center for Intervening Musicians (CFMI)
2 avenue Jules Isaac
13626 Aix-en-Provence cedex 1
Contact the CFMI :
Pedagogical and administrative secretariat
04 13 55 32 40