yannick guédon
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Yannick Guédon is a French born composer, singer and performance artist.

His work focuses on tiny variations of timbres, the inner pulsation sensations and subjective notions of time, silence and error. He pays particular attention to the place and context in which each musical situation is displayed.

He also works for composer Eliane Radigue on Occam XXII - piece for solo voice, and with the musician Mattieu Delaunay on Pas à Pas – sound walk in urban landscape.

He has also performed with/for the following musicians, composers and ensembles among others : Didier Aschour, Antoine Beuger, Rodolphe Bourotte, Cyprien Busolini, Jean-Christophe Camps, Philippe Cornus, Pascale Criton, Bryan Eubanks, Jürg Frey, Loïc Guénin, Jean-Brice Godet, Catherine Lamb, Rebecca Lane, Thierry Madiot, Paul Méfano, Gérard Pape, Michael Pisaro, Carole Rieussec, Michael Schmid, Patrice Soletti, Deborah Walker, Roland Hayrabedian's contemporary chamber choir and Dedalus ensemble.

He has worked with the choreographers Chazallon&Chaput, Philipp Gehmacher, Marcos Simoes&Lilia Mestre, and Rémy Héritier.
Since 2002 he has been involved in many performances created by the choreographer Laurent Pichaud.