Denis Bosse

Bordeaux, Gironde, France, 1960
  • Composer
  • Performer (accordion)


A composer and teacher born in Bordeaux in 1960, Denis Bosse now lives in Belgium. After studying science, he dedicated himself entirely to music and studied at the Conservatoire de Bordeaux with François Rossé. Afterwords, he participated in various international seminaries and completed his training at the Conservatoires Supérieurs de Bruxelles et Liège with Jacqueline Fontyn and Frederic Rzewski. A composer at IRCAM, and in residence with the Nouvel Ensemble Moderne in Montreal, he is also the winner of the Gustav Mahler International Composition Competition in Austria. Denis Bosse teaches at the La Haute École Galilée in Brussels, at the Conservatoire Royal de Mons and at the CRR de Cergy Pontoise. Some of his works have a pedagogical slant, like “Humpty Dumpty” for a choir of 250 children and his music has been performed by a number of ensembles like the N.E.M., the Trio Fibonacci, Musiques Nouvelles, Proxima Centauri, Janus ensemble Wien, Aleph, Musicatreize, l’ensemble ON, and by soloists like Pascal Contet and conductors like Pierre Bartholomé and Lorraine Vaillancourt.


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