Gilles Gobeil

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Gilles Gobeil is an electroacoustic music composer born September 27, 1954, in Sorel, Canada, and currently living in Montreal, Canada.[1]

Musical studies at the Université de Montréal (Mmus in Composition).

Laureate on the international scene: Métamorphoses Biennal Acousmatic Composition Competition (Belgium, 2002, 2000); CIMESP (International Electroacoustic Music Contest of São Paulo, Brazil, 2001, 1999, 97); Ciber@rt (Valencia, Spain, 1999); Bourges International Electroacoustic Music Competition (France, 1999, 89, 88); Stockholm Electronic Arts Award (Sweden, 1997, 94); Ars Electronica, Linz (Austria, 1995); Luigi Russolo International Competition, Varese (Italy, 1989, 88, 87); Newcomp Computer Music Competition (USA, 1987); and Brock University Tape Music Competition, St Catharines (Canada, 1985). Other honors in national competitions: “1993 Grand Prize” from SOCAN (the Canadian performing rights society); 1985 Robert Fleming Prize from the Canadian Music Council; and “Composition Award” from PROCAN (a former Canadian performing rights society) in 1984.

His works have been performed in concerts throughout Canada and abroad. Gilles Gobeil is a member of the Canadian Electroacoustic Community (CEC), Associate Composer of the Canadian Music Centre (CMC) and co-founder of the concert organization Réseaux.

Recordings[edit]

List of works[edit]

  • Associations libres (1990), electric guitar, and tape
  • Le contrat (1996–2003)
  • Derrière la porte la plus éloignée… (1998)
  • Éclats de perle (2002)
  • Entre les deux rives du printemps (2006)
  • Là où vont les nuages… (1990–91), ondes Martenot, interactive system, and tape
  • Nous sommes heureux de… (1992)
  • Nuit cendre (1995)
  • Ombres, espaces, silences… (2005)
  • La perle et l'oubli (1999–2002), ondes Martenot, and tape
  • Point de passage (1997)
  • Projet Proust (1995, 2001)
  • Rivage (1986)
  • Soledad (1998, 2000), guitar, and tape
  • Traces (1985)
  • Le vertige inconnu (1993–94)
  • La ville machine (1992)
  • Voix blanche (1988–89), ondes Martenot, and tape

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Couture, François. "Biography: Gilles Gobeil". AMG. Retrieved 13 May 2010. 

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