Thierry Zaboitzeff

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1971 : Thierry Zaboitzeff forms the band Art Zoyd (France), which he reforms completely in 1975 in cooperation with Gérard Hourbette.
The group embarks a number of tours throughout the world, presenting ambitious musical and theatrical projects.
- Composes music for the Roland Petit ballet. Ciné Concert: Nosferatu / Faust / Häxan, concerts and various performances (dance / theater...)
- Releases twelve albums that are continually reissued.
- Performances: La Scala, Milan, Yokohama Festival, Hong Kong Arts Festival, Adelaide Festival, Australia, Lincoln Center, New York, Queen Elizabeth Hall, London, European tours ...

1997 : Thierry Zaboitzeff leaves Art Zoyd and opens his own studio.
Beginning at that moment, he engages in many projects either under the aegis of or in association with several directors and choreographers : Editta Braun / Beda Percht / Eric Lacascade / Stéphane Vérité / Hubert Lepka ... A veritable sculptor of sonic spaces, he integrates himself within very different universes, and he participates in projects and events that are presented throughout the various European capitals.

2002 : With his new group, “Zaboitzeff & Crew,” he creates “ Missa Furiosa” for the Bruckner Festival at Posthof, Linz (A). This Latin mass for techno-pop ensemble and lyrical singers, which is situated somewhere in between techno-rock and classical on the spectrum of musical genres, is later taken on tour.

2004 : Zaboitzeff & Crew creates an electronic adaptation of a collection of 13th -century religious hymns, ““Libbre Vermell” which they perform in Salzburg.

2005 : Thierry Zaboitzeff is invited to compose the music for a performance in homage of Jules Verne: “Journey to the Center of the Earth,” performed live by Zaboitzeff & Crew at the Stade de France, Paris, St. Denis, in December 2005.

2006 à 2009 : numerous compositions - studio and live - for theater (Die Orestie, Prometheus), dance (Coppercity, Paradies ...) and cinema, latest creation for film: “Wind of Sand, Women of Rock” by Nathalie Borgers.

From 1997 to 2011, he created 12 Albums, which are situated somewhere among the genres of symphonic rock, electronic music, and acoustic music.

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