Guy Reibel’s research and creative activities revolve around a central idea: that of the human musician, who indissolubly associates listening and creation. Stimulating and developing the
creative abilities of young and old alike. Reversing the usual schema that goes from the creator to the listener. Starting with the listener, we bring out the music in everyone through song.
Institutional activities :
Member of the GRM (years 63-83), Concert and radio producer (Concerts lectures, educational programs in the 70s-80s), Professor of composition at the Conservatoire, from 1968 to 2001, Director of vocal ensembles (Groupe vocal de France, Choeurs de Radio France), Consulting missions on musical projects (Cité de la Musique), Producer of musical events (La Marseillaise des mille).
Guy Reibel has been creating vocal games for all audiences for some forty years, and has recently produced an anthology on this theme (Le Jeu vocal). He is associated with Patrice Moullet’s research into electronic instruments, the OMNI.
Composer of a range of electronic, symphonic and vocal works for a wide variety of ensembles.
Author of books on vocal play and creation: L’homme musicien (Edisud), Les jeux musicaux, Jeux vocaux (Salabert Universal) and films: DVD Jeu vocal Chant spontané (MK2), Dessine moi la musique (Enfants d’Orphée).