Presentation Programmation & distribution Video

With Regnum vegetabile, the Italian composer Mauro Lanza (1975) and the designer of sound objects Andrea Valle invite a wind and string sextet facing 30 electromechanical 'automatons' run by hairdryers. This first part of the series of inventories of natural kingdoms that will punctuate our season is inserted between the premiere of the definitive version of the viola concerto Flots en fioles en flot by the French composer Aurélien Dumont (1980) and Music for people who like art, a pop composition by Irish iconoclast Andrew Hamilton (1977), on a text by the American Minimalist painter Ad Reinhardt.


Duration / 1 h 00

Production 2e2m / Coproduction La Muse en Circuit, Centre national de création musicale. With the support of CRR de Paris

Concert recorded by France Musique


Mauro Lanza / Andrea Valle

Regnum vegetabile

french premiere
ensemble & electromechanical objects

Andrew Hamilton

Music for people who like art

french premiere
voice & ensemble

Aurélien Dumont

Flots en fioles en flot

world premiere of new version
viola & ensemble

Pierre Roullier conductor

Shigeko Hata soprano

Claire Merlet viola

La Muse en Circuit computer technology


Tuesday 19 january 2016 / Paris / 20 h 00

CRR de Paris • Auditorium Marcel Landowski

14 rue de Madrid

75008 Paris

M3 Europe


19:00 avant-concert


Free entrance

Booking +33 1 47 06 17 76 


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