Pierre Jodlowski was born in Toulouse (France) in 1971. After studying composition at the Conservatoire of Lyon and IRCAM, Pierre Jodlowski founded the collective éOle and festival Novelum in Toulouse. His work as a composer led him to perform in France and abroad in most places dedicated to contemporary music but also in parallel circuits, dance, theater, visual arts, electronic music. His work unfolds today in many areas and the outskirts of her musical universe, he worked on image for interactive programming facilities, staging and seeks above all to question the relationship dynamic performance spaces . He now claims the practice of “active” music in its physical dimension (gestures, energy, space) as psychological (evocation, memory, cinematic). In parallel to his compositions, it also occurs for performance, solo or in formation with other artists.
In its projects, he has collaborated with ensembles Intercontemporain Ictus – Belgium, KNM – Berlin, the Ensemble Orchestral Contemporain, the new Ensemble Moderne – Montreal, Ars Nova – Sweden, Proxima Centauri. He also conducts collaborations with musicians such as preferred Jean Geoffroy – percussion, Cedric Jullion – flute, Wilhelm Latchoumia – piano, Jeremy Siot – violin for works and research on the new instruments capacities. He recently produced a trio with Roland Auzet (percussion) and Michel Portal (clarinet). His work led him to develop collaborations with visual artists, in particular, Vincent Meyer, David and Alain Coste Josseau. He also works with the stage designer Christophe Bergon on several projects at the intersection of theater, installation, concert or oratorio.
His works are partly published by Editions Jobert and are the subject of several publications and video recordings.
He has received commissions from IRCAM, Ensemble Intercontemporain, the Ministry of Culture, CIRM, the GRM, the Donaueschingen Festival, Radio France, the Piano Competition in Orleans, GMEM of GRAME , Siemens Foundation, the European project INTEGRA … Winner of several international competitions, he won the Prix Claude Arrieu SACEM in 2002 and was in residence at the Academy of the Arts in 2003 and 2004. His works and performances are broadcast in key places devoted to contemporary sound arts in France, Europe, Canada, China, Japan and Taiwan and the United States.