Montréal (Québec), 1980
Composer • Performer (accordion, cello)

Having received an Master Degree in Electroacoustic Composition at the Université de Montréal (2006) under the direction of Robert Normandeau, Delphine Measroch is particularly interested in the fusion between music and other art forms. Active musician, she is also a pianist, cellist and accordeonist. In addition to her own acousmatic music work (selected pieces at Jeu de temps / Times Play (CEC — Montréal), Bourges International Electroacoustic Music Competition (France), Women in New Music Festival (California, USA), ZKM (Germany)…), in 2005-07 she forms with Nicolas Bernier the videomusic creation duo Milliseconde topographie (mixing instrumental and electronic sonorities) which conceived the underwater sound installation Sub•a•quat•ic and presented its videomusic work internationally (Argentina, Japan, prizes at the Chicago Motion Graphics Festival and the Visionaria Festival, Italy). Her music also served dance, theatre and cinema (for Omnibus, Tony Chong, Nicolas Roeg…).