Musical creation today goes beyond traditional concert halls, most of time attended by an expert and privileged audience, and gradually invades the whole of our social sphere. Music bursts out under different guises, in varied places and formats.
Ever present in our daily life, music can be found in movies, at the supermarket, in an elevator, in the charts, in an extremely specialised festival, or of course at home. There is hardly any event, covered by the medias or not, left without “accompaniment” and hardly any place without music, whether it comes through the waves of a radio or through the data of a CD.
Whether it be dark or easy listening, melody or clashing, natural or synthesis, music always springs from an author. Without bearing any judgement on these various differences and on the approaches motivating them, we will open our minds to all these forms of musical composition and let their authors express themselves.