Qingqing TENG

Sound Artist

Teng Qingqing is born in Hunan, China . Her works includes electroacoustic music, electronic music mix, improvisation, sound installation, sound design, and art video soundtracks.

During her studies, she became interested in music theater, and tried to combine electronic music
with it to create a new form of music expression "electronic music theater." In Teng Qingqing's works, the performers on stage are no longer simply defined as dancers, percussionists, vocalists or drama actors... but as a complex multifaceted interpretor. The aim is to make the electronic music itself more humanistic and dramatic through the combination of stage design, lighting design, script creation and the use of the player's body. Her works is often done in collaboration with other artists. She received orders from the Proxima Centauri and Alcôme ensembles, Beijing Cultural Center Museum and PAS International Percussion Festival (China).

Her works have been performed at the Biennale Musiques en Scène in Lyon, at the Théâtre de la Renaissance in Lyon, at the Détours de Babel festival in Grenoble, at the Haute École de musique de Genève, at the Musicacoustica festival (China), at the Taichung National Opera in Taiwan.

She trained in composition with Jian Feng, Jean-Marc Weber then at the CNSMD in Lyon with François Roux and Jean Geoffroy. During the scholar year 21-22, she joined the IRCAM Cursus Program on Composition and Computer Music with Pierre Jodlowski. Currently, she is teaching assistant at Lyon Conservatory of Music (CNSMDL). 
Yin System (premiere 2023, inspired by first Alcome collective project Système-S premiered in 2013)