Biographical Note

Vincent-Raphaël Carinola received most of his musical training from Bertrand Dubedout and d’Elyane Duran at the CRR of Toulouse, then at the CNSMD of Lyon, with Philippe Manoury and Denis Lorrain.

He writes works for instrumental formations with or without electroacoustic devices, acousmatic works, for the stage, installations, etc. His compositions explore fields as diverse as generative processes (Tourmaline, Ohr(fee), Sens Interdit), the spatialization of sound (Cielo Vivo, Cinq Études pour une Odyssée), mixed music (Devant la loi, Constructio ad sensum), the integration of the image and the scenography in the writing process (Typhoon), interactive devices (Toucher, Virtual Rhizome), networked music (Flux æterna) or the implementation of music and literary texts (Zone(s) de combat).

Presented in numerous festivals, his works have been commissioned by various organizations, including: Fondation Boucourechliev, Office Franco-Allemand pour la Jeunesse, Ministère de la Culture Français, Radio France or Impuls neue Musik. His works are the result of a close complicity with very committed musician friends and ensembles: Claudio Bettinelli, Anne Mercier, Fabrice Jünger, Frédérique Cambreling, Eric Porche, Jean Geoffroy, l’Ensemble XXI.n, EOC, L’Instant Donné, Aleph, Ensemble Intercontemporain, Odyssée et Cie, Zone(s) de Combat, le trio Salzedo...

Doctor in Musicology, he has taught composition associated with new technologies in the École Supérieure de Musique Bourgogne-Franche-Comté and the University of Saint-Etienne.

He has recently published Composition, technology and new arrangements of music categories the Presses Universitaires de Saint-Étienne.

He lives and works in Lyon and Dijon.