Sonic balancing act: Camille Émaille

Camille Emaille - photo by Fabio Lugaro

I don’t go to conservatories very often but there is a teaching that should be the basis of any training activity for musicians: after having found and activated their sound sources, musicians must feel the need to make the sounds come alive, to give them a dimension capable of stimulating an implicit well-being in listening; this means establishing an arcane and almost incomprehensible relationship between sounds and an indefinite universe of positive sensations. There are many ways to achieve this result and if I were to find one

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Music writer, independent researcher and founder of the magazine 'Percorsi Musicali'. He wrote hundreads of essays and reviews of cds and books (over 2000 articles) and his work is widely appreciated in Italy and abroad via quotations, texts' translations, biographies, liner notes for prestigious composers, musicians and labels. He provides a modern conception of musical listening, which meditates on history, on the aesthetic seductions of sounds, on interdisciplinary relationships with other arts and cognitive sciences. He is also a graduate in Economics.