Monique Jean lives and works in Montreal. She studied electroacoustic composition at the Université de Montréal under the supervision of Francis Dhomont.
In addition to her acousmatic compositions, her work is also regularly associated with video and experimental films, with dance and with installations. Her harbour symphony “L’Appel des machines soufflantes” (The Call of Blowing Machines), a commission of Radio–Canada, was premiered in March 1998 at the Port of Montreal and in 1999 she was an invited composer during the “Rien à voir (5)” concert series produced by Réseaux (Montreal).
Finalist in the Ciber@rt (Valencia, Spain, 1999), Musica Nova (Prague, Czech Republic, 2001) and Bourges (France, 2002) competitions, her works are regularly performed and broadcast during numerous national and international concerts and festivals. [Translation: Sean Furgeson]
Date: March 28, 2003
Figures du temps (1. un haut-parleur dans le désert) (1998)5:50Monique JeanWebRadio
Figures du temps (2. … et les déchets qu'on brûle) (1998)7:45Monique JeanWebRadio
Figures du temps (3. a farewell to S.O.S.) (1998)9:20Monique JeanWebRadio
Figures du temps (4. six zero five nine two three) (1998)2:16Monique JeanWebRadio
IF (1995)2:13Monique JeanPresence, 2, 1 | eContact! 1.1 — Women in Electroacoustics 1 | electricités (electricities, CMC)