Born in 1960. Bruno Giner studied music first at Toulouse, then at Perpignan and Barcelona. In Paris he followed Pierre Boulez’s classes at the Collège de France before studying instrumental and electro-acoustic composition with Ivo Malec, Luis de Pablo and Brian Ferneyhough. He has received many commissions and his works have been programmed in most French and international festivals (Switzerland, the Netherlands, the Czech Republic, Germany, Spain, Italy, Argentina, Venezuela…).
In 1998 he received the Prix Hervé- Dugardin from the SACEM. Bruno Giner also regularly collaborates with several music revues, encyclopædias and record labels (La Lettre du Musicien, Intemporel, Les Cahiers du CIREM , Ars Sonora, The New Grove, Motus, Fontes artis musicae , etc.). He has written two books: “Musique contemporaine : le second vingtième siècle” (“Collection Aide-mémoire”, Éditions Durand, republished in 2000) and “Weimar 1933 : la musique aussi brûle en exil” (Éditions Le Temps des Cerises, 2001).