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Award winning of several international competitions (including the Gaudeamus Foundation for contemporary music in Rotterdam-Holland), Jean-Luc Menet, flutist creates the Ensemble Alternance. He elaborates and explores new cultural rotations, gives life to music of our time, creates a repertoire of essentially fickle new works.Thus, he premieres or records works by composers as varied as Klaus Huber, Philippe Hersant, Elliott Carter, Mark André, Alessandro Solbiati, Bruno Mantovani, Philippe Schoeller, Mauro Lanza... In Orléans, side-by-side with John Cage, he elaborates the stage direction of « Sixteen Dances » or with Ornette Coleman « the Statue, Symbol of Freedom », while proposing Varèse and Donatoni as the musical fabric for a choreography for the Venise Biennale or performs in Warsaw with the Polish Philharmonic Radio Orchestra, promotes french classical music in Japan with Arditti Quartet, the harpist Naoko Yoshino and the clarinettist Eduard Brunner or contemporary music : Hersant at the National Dublin Concert Hall, the Kolarac Hall in Belgrade, Boulez at the Berlin Konzerthaus, Schoeller at the Moscow Tchaikowsky Conservatory, Pesson and Andre at the New-York Guggenheim Museum. He is associated to the Solistes XXI choir to premiere the « Miserere Ominibus » by Klaus Huber at the Lucern festival then to the Paris-Bastille Opera, the Casa di Musica in Porto, the Schauspielhaus in München. He collaborates with the IRCAM (Paris) to prepare the R.HP Platz’s alto flute concerto premiered with the Aachen Symphony Orchestra then with the Belgrade Philhamonic Orchestra. He participates to a concert tribute to Iannis Xenakis at the Bastille Opera of Paris and joins to the Orchestra of the Staatskapelle of Mecklemburg-Schwerin leaded by Matthias Foremny to perform the flute concerto of Kaija Saariaho.


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