Archipel 2017

Archipel 2017 in figures

Archipel 2017
© Archipel 2017

Résumé

En 2017 Archipel programme 19 événements publics: 11 concerts, 5 spectacles, 3 conférences lors desquels sont jouées 77 œuvres de 67 auteurs par 126 interprètes ensembles et solistes.

Parmi ces œuvres, 34 sont des créations mondiales ou des premières suisses.

Les auteurs sont originaires de 22 pays :
Argentina, Armenia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Colombia, El Salvador, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Israel, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, Russia, Serbia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United States

Parmi ces auteurs, 28 ont 35 ans ou moins au moment du festival, 32 sont suisses.

Jeunes artistes

1. Omri Abram - (Israel/Switzerland 1986)
2. Yann Alhadeff - (Switzerland 1997)
3. Germán Alonso - (Spain/Switzerland 1984)
4. Ariadna Alsina - (Spain/Switzerland 1980)
5. Eugène Birman - (United States/Russia 1987)
6. Ezequiel Cappellano - (Italy/Switzerland 1991)
7. Carolina Cerezo Dávila - (Spain 1993)
8. Varoujan Cheterian - (Switzerland/Armenia 1996)
9. Simone Conforti - (Switzerland 1979)
10. Ricardo Eizirik - (Brazil/Switzerland 1985)
11. Yesid Fonseca - (Colombia/Switzerland 1988)
12. Martin Jaggi - (Switzerland 1978)
13. Kevin Juillerat - (Switzerland 1987)
14. Benjamin Lavastre - (France/Switzerland 1987)
15. Sarah Lianne Lewis - (Great Britain 1988)
16. Barblina Meierhans - (Switzerland 1981)
17. Hugo Morales - (Mexico/Netherlands 1979)
18. Stefan Prins - (Belgium 1979)
19. Nemanja Radivojevic - (Switzerland/Serbia 1981)
20. Grégoire Rolland - (France/Switzerland 1989)
21. Alexander Schubert - (Germany 1979)
22. Michael Taplin - (Great Britain 1991)
23. Ludovic Thirvaudey - (France/Switzerland 1980)
24. Adrien Trybucki - (France 1993)
25. Mathieu Vasey - (Switzerland 1995)
26. Daniel Vezza - (United States 1982)
27. Nicolas von Ritter-Zahony - (Switzerland 1986)
28. Frej Wedlund - (Sweden 1991)

Artistes suisses

1. Omri Abram - (Israel/Switzerland 1986)
2. Yann Alhadeff - (Switzerland 1997)
3. Germán Alonso - (Spain/Switzerland 1984)
4. Ariadna Alsina - (Spain/Switzerland 1980)
5. Dieter Ammann - (Switzerland 1962)
6. Gary Berger - (Switzerland/Germany 1967)
7. Oscar Bianchi - (Italy/Switzerland 1975)
8. William Blank - (Switzerland 1957)
9. Ezequiel Cappellano - (Italy/Switzerland 1991)
10. Varoujan Cheterian - (Switzerland/Armenia 1996)
11. Simone Conforti - (Switzerland 1979)
12. Arturo Corrales - (El Salvador/Switzerland 1973)
13. Ricardo Eizirik - (Brazil/Switzerland 1985)
14. Yesid Fonseca - (Colombia/Switzerland 1988)
15. Jürg Frey - (Switzerland 1953)
16. Beat Furrer - (Switzerland/Austria 1954)
17. Martin Jaggi - (Switzerland 1978)
18. Kevin Juillerat - (Switzerland 1987)
19. Thomas Kessler - (Switzerland 1937)
20. Hanspeter Kyburz - (Switzerland/Germany 1960)
21. Benjamin Lavastre - (France/Switzerland 1987)
22. Barblina Meierhans - (Switzerland 1981)
23. Nemanja Radivojevic - (Switzerland/Serbia 1981)
24. Grégoire Rolland - (France/Switzerland 1989)
25. Dominique Schafer - (Switzerland 1967)
26. Christophe Schiess - (Switzerland 1974)
27. Denis Schuler - (Switzerland 1970)
28. Mike Svoboda - (Germany/Switzerland 1960)
29. Ludovic Thirvaudey - (France/Switzerland 1980)
30. Mathieu Vasey - (Switzerland 1995)
31. Nadir Vassena - (Switzerland 1970)
32. Nicolas von Ritter-Zahony - (Switzerland 1986)
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