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Claire Renard Wikipedia
Claire Renard (born 1944) is a French composer and multimedia artist.
Claire Renard studied piano and law in Paris, France and graduated from the Conservatoire national supérieur de musique et de danse de Paris in 1973. After completing her studies, she worked as a piano teacher and as a composer of classical and electroacoustic works for sound installations.
She has been composer-in-residence at the Theatre of Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines (1994–1996), Ville d'Epinal (1998), the National Conservatory of Grenoble (1999), the Theatre Athénor/St. Nazaire (2000), Villa Italy Gamberaia (2001–2002), European meeting Objective1 = Art = Objective1 Austria (2001), Park and Grande Halle de la Villette, Grame/Centre National de Création Musicale/Lyon (2005) and the Sally and Don Lucas Artists Programs Montalvo Art Center, California, USA (2006).Villa Medicis Hors les Murs prize, 1990
Beaumarchais Foundation Prize for audiovisual works, 1990
Beaumarchais Foundation Prize for operatic works, 2002
Fellowship from DICREAM, 2002
Renard composes electroacoustic works for music performances and sound installations. Her works have been installed and performed in France, Switzerland, Belgium, Italy, Austria, Finland and Greece. Selected works include:The Winds Of Time
The folds of the sky
It never ceases to die of this said
A roar of his laughter
Sand & Uncertainty