Welcome on opera-digital.com, the blog of SonicSolveig dedicated to new technologies & classical music (orchestral, chamber, lyrical, … musics) ! This webzine is published by the team of SonicSolveig !
A few words about the authors
Ramzi is fond of classic music (abooove all opera) and new technologies. He particularly likes digital, the web, Puccini, Massenet, Domingo, Alagna, Netrebko & Gruberova (Grubi for the ntimes). He’s been working as digital marketer and strategy consultant and has studied studying lyric singing with Pierre VANHOENACKERE in Tourcoing Conservatory and Robert Expert and Sonia Morgavi in Bobigny Conservatoire. He wrote a book of short stories “Nouvelles Russes”, in which of course music play a major role :). If he had to dwell on a desert isle (still equipped with communiction and electricity networks), he would bring with me his webphone, his tablet, his Parrot headphone, scores of Werther and Tosca, a few CD integrales (Mozart, Beethoven, Chopin, at least …a man’s gotta do what a man’s gotta do), DVD box set of Chéreau’s Ring and his opera collection of 320 kbit/s mp3. He would also bring with me his old vinyl turntable desk and a few dozens of vinyls of Viennese operetta and opéra comique. Like this he could be under the impression of earing some voice, under palmtrees like the other tenor, overthere, on the Ceylan Island :). He is marketing advisor of SonicSolveig.
Lucie is production manager and webmaster in SonicSolveig. She graduated from Toulouse School of Busienss where she got a master management in cultural and creatives activities. She was communication manager in Art4eu en 2011 and was in charge of launching the Parkinprogress4 festival (dedicated to the young contemporary creation). In 2013, she specialised in interactive marketing in ESEC (Barcelona) and was project manager in French Digital Agency 1000Mercis where she managed data collection, promotional and retargeting campaign for major French companies. Lucie Palazot then specialised in fundraising working for AROP and Orchestre de Paris where she met Geraldine Aliberti, the founder of SonicSolveig. She was production manager in charge of young public and took an active part to the opening of the Philharmonie de Paris. With all these experiences , Lucie wanted to work in the field of artistic creation but in the innovative and stimulating start-ups ecosystem . Since October 2015, she has been working for both Sonic Solveig & the Association Les Clés de l’Ecoute as production manager and webmaster.