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Ivane Bellocq was the pupil of Roger Bourdin & Michel Debost (flute), Max Deutsch (analysis) and Olivier Greif (composition).

Ivane won several International Composition Competitions, among them Radio-France (1982) and others as a flutist (Paris 1987, Berlin 1988). Ivane was director of the music school of St-Cloud, near Paris, and teacher for chamber music at École Normale de Musique de Paris.

Ivane’s compositions* include vocal (texts of René Char, Alexandre Karvovski, Emily Dickinson), chamber and orchestral works, among them “ Hallucination ” for chamber orchestra, “ Symphonie déconcertante ” for 3 soloists, orchestra and jazz band, “ La Folía ” for piano trio, “ Paradise is of the option ” for voice and cello, “ Der gelbe Klang ” for trumpet, 2 pianos and 2 percussions (Festival Présences de Radio-France 2000), “ Estrans ” for sextuor (commissioned by Radio-France, 2001), “ Le tombeau d’Olivier Greif ” for piano quartet (commissioned by Théâtre du Châtelet, Paris, 2002), a string quartet (Internationale Beethovenfest Bonn 2005) and a trilogy of concertos : for electric guitar, for ondes Martenot and for concret mixer, electric guitar and ondes Martenot.

Ivane’s first monographic CD “Obsession” (2009) by Dux is played by J.M. Fessard clarinet, P.O. Queyras violin, P.H. Xuereb viola d’amore, É. Villeminey cello, J.C. Henriot piano, A. Thomas voice F. Calvo Mandolin and Ivane as a flutist. Sebaoun (in the well-known review Classica) compared Bellocq to Dutilleux.
The 15th Bellocq’s cd “Melodramas” is to be issued in 2017 (Dux).