Camille Delafon is a french musician and composer. Her work includes contemporary and acousmatic music, sound installations, as well as composing for films/images : she has been collaborating with film directors and photographs for over 15 years, from feature films to video and photographic installations. Building listening/hearing experiences stands al place in her work. She is currently working on a serie of sound installations (Places) that integrates the musical and sound experience into a specific environnement and aim to offer new postures of listening for an audience.
Camille Delafon was trained as a classical and jazz pianist (American school of Modern Music), before studying electroacoustic composition with Octavio Lopez and Denis Dufour in the Conservatory of Paris (CRR) where she graduated. She studied contemporary music with Martin Matalon and Fernando Fizbein at the CRR of Aubervilliers. She has been teaching sound analysis and sound creation in the cinema School ESRA in Bruxelles, and will be giving lectures on film music as a guest composer in Stockholm Univertsity of the arts during Spring 2020. During her time in Stockholm, she will be working at EMS periodically.
Kerstin Möller is a multi-disciplinary artist rooted in sound art, experimental music, choreography and contemporary dance. She studied Choreography, Dance and visual arts at Dartington College of Arts in England and the Icelandic Academy of Arts, Urban Sociology, cultural relations and political theatre at Goldsmiths, University of London, where she was introduced to sonic urbanism and Media Arts at the University of Art and Design and ZKM in Karlsruhe, Germany where she focused on performance installations, sound art and experimental music.
In 2017 she was among the finalists for the art stipend of Baden-Württemberg in southern Germany for New Music. Her sound work is exploring sounds found in cities, often produced by various infrastructures she encounters, synthesising natural phenomena, beat making, her voice and the practice of prepared piano, oscillating between sonic poetry and infrastructure blues. She performs her music in art settings and produces as part of her choreographic practice.
During her time in Stockholm, she will be working at EMS periodically.
Kris Kuldkepp is an Estonian double bass player and electronic musician.
Concentrating mainly on free improvisation and interdisciplinary art, she creates interactive music-systems for double bass,
live-electronics and live-video.
Durning her residency at EMS, she will explore double bass multiphonics and their relations to electronically synthesised sounds.
Photo © Andreas Schlieter, Agentur Gipfelstürmer
Photo by Lerachef
Francesco is a sound lover who graduated in electronic music at Conservatorio G.F. Ghedini Cuneo. His work is based on electroacoustic compositions, live performances and sound design for moving images (documentaries and movies).
In his music, he mostly uses digital and analog elaboration of recorded sounds, with the aim to give sound a meaning, paying attention to perception aspects. He is attracted by musique concrète and from the act of recording sounds, played or from the environment.
Francesco is still working to know his different faces of musical identity better. The work is never ending and lot of fun.