Vincent Le Quang

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(Translation from French - Wikipedia)

Early musical studies
Vincent Lê Quang began playing the saxophone at the age of 13 years. It follows the classical training at the National Conservatory of Clermont-Ferrand area , classroom saxophone and musical analysis. Then he worked with Pierre Doury songwriting and composition at Schola Cantorum of Paris which he won the Prix follows parallel studies Mathematics. His contact improvisation, as with jazz musicians as traditional musicians, made him choose the path of the scene. He then devoted himself to the soprano saxophone.

Higher National Conservatory of Music and Dance in Paris
In 1999 Vincent Lê Quang pass the entrance exams Higher National Conservatory of Music and Dance in Paris . He studied jazz class, then class Improvisation Generative graduated in 2005 after the Doha Development in jazz and improvised music. His teachers were François Jeanneau , Riccardo Del Fra , Patrick Moutal Alain Savouret and Rainer Boesch. The discovery of ethnomusicology in the class of Gilles Leothaud influences his personal views on music.

Vincent Lê Quang Conservatory gets two price mention TB unanimously Jazz improvisation and generative. In June 2003 he won the 1st prize of the orchestra National Jazz Competition of Defense for his duet with Vincent Peirani and the first soloist prize in the same competition.

Since 2008 Vincent Lê Quang Generative Improvisation is a professor of the National Conservatory of Music and Dance in Paris.

Musical career
Vincent Lê Quang is one of several formations and plays with jazz musicians and French foreign: Daniel Humair , Vincent Peirani, László Fassang Bruno Ruder, Jeanne Added, Jean-Luc Landsweerdt Christophe Hache ...

Composer and saxophonist, he also conducts trainings for his own music, as well as orchestras directed improvisation and choreography with sign language soundpainting , he practices with Walter Thompson.

Yes is a pleasant country with Jeanne Added and Bruno Ruder, in co-production with the label No Noise, sbr012
Gunung Sebatu Vincent Peirani, Sylvain Luc, Serena Fisseau. Recorded in April 2009 by Zig-Zag Territories ZZT100201
The Course of the Moon Recorded on 9 and 11 July 2006, studio 22 of the Hungarian Radio (Producer Juliette Camps label Orpheia, ORP005FLQ1)
Free Air Jean-Philippe Muvien , Daniel Humair , Jean-Paul Celea , Louis Sclavis , Vincent Lê Quang, Vincent Peirani Maja Pavlovska (ALLGO1, Allgorythm label, distributed by Bee)
Roses & Roots Riccardo Del Fra Jazzoo Project. (NTCD373, Nocturne)