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Christophe Rosenberg

Guest at the 2018 Books & Music Festival

Musician, improviser, saxophones, flutes, WX7 and percussion, composer and sound maker, Christophe Rosenberg is educational coordinator at the Cité de la musique-Philharmonie de Paris, in charge of new technologies and amplified music, artistic director of CDs inserted in the albums of little tales of the music museum, published by Actes sud Junior, and sound engineer . In the "Education and Resources" department, he has been coordinating since 1999 the activities of the sound studio at the Cité de la musique-Philharmonie de Paris, whose specificity is collective transmission. He notably designs the workshops offered to the public there, participates in the design of multimedia files. Christophe Rosenberg, supervisor of the recordings of the “Sung traditions” collection, is also a trainer for teachers, dumists, novice amateurs and music professionals. He works with the cultural center of the Noirlac Abbey in the design of educational workshops and as a trainer. He regularly participates in many projects combining music and poetry, and as a musician, composer, combining acoustic instruments, electronics and electroacoustic approach. In 2014, he composed concrete musical pieces for the dressing of the program "La bande passante" on RFI. He plays in many duo formations or more from experimental music to variety, from African music (Reunion, West Indies, Cape Verde, Senegal, Cameroon) to jazz, or from rock to funk.