Georges Bloch


Associate Professor
Université de Strasbourg, Faculté des arts

Associate Researcher
Ircam - CNRS UMR STMS Music Representations

georges.bloch [at]
(+33) 1 44 78 16 49

Centers of interest 

  • Compositions and Performances: Interactive music, music and space, music and image
  • Research: Machine improvisation, constraint-based composition, mathematical models for music, spatialisation, dramaturgy of musical theater
  • Pedagogy: Music and technology, music and movies
[ software ]
  • OMax: Computer-assisted improvisation

Recent Compositions and Performances

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Duck Laughs for Percussion and Computer co-improvisation system
New York, Roulette, May 16th, 2012
Laurent Mariusse, Percussion

Some Recent Publications

  • [NIME12] Benjamin Lévy, Georges Bloch, Gérard Assayag, « OMaxist Dialectics: Capturing, Visualizing and Expanding Improvisations », NIME, Ann Arbor, 2012
  • [CPM11] Georges Bloch, Charlotte Truchet, “Constraints for an Unfolding Time”, Constraint Programming in Music, Truchet & Assayag, editors, ISTE, London, Wiley, Hoboken, 2011
  • [Music@11] Georges Bloch, “La voce, strumento personale per eccellenza”, Music@, 22-23-24, L’aquila, Italy, 2011

Academic and professional experience

1992-present: Associate Professor, Strasbourg University, Arts Dpt

Centre Primus, Performing Arts and Music Departments. (Tenured position) Performing Arts Dpt, classes on Film Music, Opera dramaturgy Centre Primus (Tonmeister curriculum). Head in 1994-2000. Responsible in part of the funding for the cursus ($100 000/year) and of relationship with industry and research. Classes on musical analysis and composition. Beforehand (starting 1988) Instructor in the Primus Center and the Music Dpt and Visiting professor at CFMI (Center for Children Music Pedagogy).

2009-2013: Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique De Paris

Department Head, Sound Department: FSMS (Tonmeister, Music and sound recording curriculum) and Musical Acoustics.

2003-2010: ATIAM curriculum, Université Pierre et Marie Curie / Telecom Paris / Ircam

Head of the music program of the ATIAM Master (Acoustics and Computer science applied to music).


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