Results for Michel Lysight Lysight (not all results may be relevant):
Twentieth Century Belgian Works for Clarinet and Piano (works of Léon Stekke, Michel Lysight, Jean Baily, Jacques Leduc, Frederik Van Rossum, Robert Janssens, Paul-Baudouin Michel, Vincent Ghadimi et Henri Pousseur) by the clarinetist Ronald Vanspaendonck and the pianist Leonardo Anglani (René Gailly International Productions CD 87 061).
Sit down and listen: works for solo piano of Buckinx, Knittel, Lachert, Lysight, Mendes, Morozowicz, Pelecis. (Alain Van Kerckhoven International Productions CD AVK 001) by the pianist Mireille Gleizes.
Michel Lysight was born in Uccle (Belgium) in October 1958. After studies of musicology between 1976 and 1978 (ULB), he has obtained at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels the following first prizes: history of music, musical pedagogy (solfege), harmony, counterpoint, fugue, bassoon and the advanced diplomas of solfege (contemporary music) and chamber music. He worked musical conducting with René Defossez and Robert Janssens. He has obtained in 1989 his first prize in composition at the Royal Conservatory of Mons (class of Paul-Baudouin Michel). "Quatrain" for woodwind quartet has obtained the "Irène Fuérison Prize" of the Royal Academy for Fine Arts of Belgium (1990). The silver medal of the International Academy of Lutèce (Paris) was decerned to him for his international composition competition. Aesthetically, he was influenced by repetitive and minimalist music, but not only: a certain "romanticism" is present in his music, because he want a direct communication with the public and not to compose for an "elite". He was founding in 1991 the "Michel Lysight Ensemble", for the interpretation and the recording of his music. He is also conductor of "Nouvelles Consonances", the ensemble for contemporary music at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels. His catalogue contains around thirty works of all genres (chamber music, orchestra, piano...). All his music belongs to the New Consonant Music. Michel Lysight is actually professor in the Royal Conservatory of Brussels and in the music schools of Brussels and Schaerbeek.