Elisabeth Angot, born in Paris in 1988, began playing the piano at age 9. She studied with Emile Naoumoff and Geneviève Ibanez at the Schola Cantorum in Paris. At age 19, Elisabeth goes to composition and concentrates initially on the study of writing in Isabelle Duha's class in Issy-les-Moulineaux, the orchestration in the class of Guillaume Connesson and the analysis in the class of Jean-François Boukobza at the CRR Aubervilliers-La Courneuve. In parallel, she began studying instrumental composition with Thierry Blondeau at CRR Aulnay-sous-Bois and electroacoustic composition with Christine Groult at the Conservatoire de Pantin.
In 2012, following the advice of composer Henry Fourès, Elisabeth chose to continue her training as a composer in Germany and obtained a Bachelor in 2015 and in 2018 a Master of composition at the University of the Arts in Berlin (UdK) with a thesis on Giordano Bruno's opera by Francesco Filidei: "Spuren der Tradition en Francesco Filideis Giordano Bruno: Erneuerung der Gattung Oper von innen heraus". During her studies, she studied with Daniel Ott, Elena Mendoza and Mauro Lanza, whose formal influence is perceptible in her music. The works of Elisabeth Angot have been performed by the Jungendkammerorchester Berlin, Ensemble Kuraia, Divertimento Ensemble, Modern Art Ensemble, the Girard Quartet, cellist Emilia Baranowska, Ilinx Ensemble in France (Young Talents Paris, Musical and Scientific Meetings) ), Germany (Unerhörte Musik, Berliner Stadtsoper, Randspiele Festival) in Russia (Sound Festival 59). His works are broadcast on Deutschlandfunk Kultur and France Musique. Elisabeth Angot is co-founder of the Rencontres Musicales et Scientifiques.
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Particularly interested in education and learning issues, she directed for four years Research and Development projects at forMetris, a Parisian company specialized in continuing vocational training. She is currently a researcher at the Lausanne School of Health and works on the training of staff working in retirement houses. An author of fifteen articles published in collective works and peer-reviewed journals, his work focuses on an approach to social change through the prism of education. She co-founded, with Elisabeth Angot, les Rencontres Musicales et Scientifiques.
Célia Poulet was born in 1984 in Avignon. Holder of a gold medal in piano and a DEM at the CRR in Avignon, she discovered the social sciences during her two years of preparatory class Hypokhâgne and Khâgne B / L at Lycée Thiers in Marseille. She obtained a master's degree in sociology at the University of Aix-Marseille in 2007 and in 2011 she supported a PhD in sociology on apprenticeship in Freemasonry, for which she won the Prix d'Excellence in Aix-Marseille University. She then teaches at the Ecole Normale Supérieure in Lyon and then at the Ecole de Droit in Clermont-Ferrand.