Françoise Kubler


Attracted from the beginning by the contemporary music, she works with Cathy BERBERIAN then with Dorothy DOROW. If the first confirms its taste for contemporary music, the second illuminates in the Viennese repertoire of the early twentieth century.With Armand ANGSTER, she founded the Ensemble ACCROCHE NOTE.
She performs as a soloist under the direction of: David ROBERTSON, Peter EÖTVÖS, James WOOD, Ed SPANJAARD, Pierre BOULEZ, Georges – Elie OCTORS … with the Ensemble Intercontemporain, the English Nothern Philarmonia, the Philarmonic Orchestra of Radio France, Ictus.
The Musique de Chambre repertoire is also a passion: she plays Schubert, Schumann, Brahms, Wolf, Ravel, Debussy, Fauré, Duparc, Saint-Saens, Stravinsky, Berg, Webern, Schoenberg … as well as the “classics” of the 20th century. : Malec, Xenakis, Berio, Cage, Ohana…
For several years she devotes a large part of her activities to contemporary repertoire and creation. She creates works of Franco Donatoni, François – Bernard Mache, Philippe Manoury, Bruno Mantovani, James Dillon, Luca Francesconi, Ivan Fedele, Pascal Dusapin, Jonathan Harvey, Salvatore Sciarrino, Betsy Jolas, George Aperghis, Gerard Pesson…
In 1989, she played the role of Juliette in Pascal Dusapin’s opera: Romeo and Juliet.
She participates in many jazz formations with Barre Phillips, Irene Schweitzer, Eric Watson, John Lindberg and Passaggio with Jean-Paul Celea and François Couturier.
Since the beginning of her career, she has never stopped teaching. First of all the Voice at the Strasbourg National Theater, then the contemporary repertoire for the most advanced students of the Conservatoire de Strasbourg.
Since 1990, she has been teaching contemporary repertoire, and introduces to new generations the richness of the classical and contemporary repertoire.