Stauder Andréas

Andréas Stauder, born in Geneva, studied there at the Conservatory with Eric Gaudibert and Jean Balissat. In 2001, he got the Prix de Composition, with the Jury's distinctions. He studied further in particular with Klaus Huber and Nadir Vassena (CSI Lugano), as well as Salvatore Sciarrino (Ictus Composition Seminar).
He was awarded the prizes Kiefer-Hablitzel, Edmund Pendleton, Conseil d'Etat de la Ville de Genève, as well as the Ville de Genève scholarship. Thanks to the foundations Simon I.Patiño, then A.R.J. Leenaards, he was able to spend two years in Paris, the first one at the Cité Internationale des Arts.
His works have been performed at the festivals "Tage für Neue Musik Zürich 2004", "Europäischer Musikmonat 2001" and "Archipel" 2000 and 2002, among others by the ensembles Recherche and Contrechamps. Pro Helvetia bestowed him a commission for the Basle Chamber Orchestra and the Ensemble für neue Musik Zürich. The Ensemble TaG and the Arte Quartet recorded pieces of his for the label Grammont.
At the Geneva University, he got a M.A. in Egyptology, Coptic studies and Sanskrit in 1998 ; he then got a further M.A. in Sumerology/Assyriology, and Hebrew