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A music theater project based on the life of Alan Turing for 1 female singer, 1 actor, 5 musicians and audiovisual apparatus

The chamber work Alan T. is based on the life of the mathematician Alan Turing. His was a paradoxical life, in which critical trajectories both scientific and social were to collide, to violent effect. Turing was an unsung hero of the Second World War: father of artificial intelligence, a mathematical genius and yet ultimately a casualty of the puritanical England of his time, as a result of his self-confessed homosexuality. Alan Turing ended his life marginalized and excluded from society, a recluse living in a one-bedroom apartment where he died at the age of 42 in circumstances yet to be fully explained.

World premiere
18 September 2021 at Warsaw Autumn Festival - Poland

Tour dates
17 October 2021 at Donaueschingen Musiktage - Germany
21 October 2021 at Music Center De Bijloke in Ghent - Belgium
22 June 2022 at Cité de la Musique de Paris - France

Conception, composition, staging: Pierre Jodlowski
Libretto: Frank Witzel - Scenography: Claire Saint Blancat - Dramaturge: Martina Stütz
Soprano: Joanna Freszel
Actor: Thomas Hauser
Musicians: Nadar Ensemble
Live cameras: Yann Philippe & Matthieu Guillin
Sound: Kamil Keska
Computer music designer Ircam: Thomas Goepfer

Delegate producer: Compagnie éOle – création musicale et interdisciplinaire
Co-commissioned by: Compagnie éOle, IRCAM-Centre Pompidou, Philharmonie de Paris
Coproduction: Ircam-Centre Pompidou, SWR Classic - Donaueschinger Musiktage,, Music Centre De Bijloke (Ghent)
Organised in collaboration with the Adam Mickiewicz Institute
Supported by: SACEM, Fonds franco-germano-suisse pour la musique contemporaine / Impuls neue Musik and Bureau Export
Computer part of the work produced in IRCAM -Centre Pompidou's studios

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