SONIC SOLVEIG, INTERACTIVE DIGITAL PUBLISHING
Sonic Solveig is a digital creation and publishing house dedicated to the transmission of music. Created in 2014, it has a collection of applications around the ballet Nutcracker, the story of Peer Gynt, soon related to the work of Berlioz. Displayed in a few months as the first music game on digital platforms, Sonic Solveig designs its own content, and accompanies cultural actors in the transcription and digital extension of their programming.
Winner of the Human Music Prize of the program of the French Embassy in New York for The French American Digital Lab, and finalist at the Grand Prix of Innovation of the City of Paris, the creation of this company was accompanied by CREATIS at the Gaité Lyrique in Paris, then by the incubator 104FACTORY.
Sonic Solveig creates interactive experience for Opera of Dijon, Art Lyric Festival of Aix-en-Provence, Opera of Montpellier, Opera of Limoges, Gallimard editions, Contrast Productions, Philharmonic Orchestra of Strasbourg and and the first poster in augmented reality for the Orchestre Metropolitain of Montreal.
Sonic Solveig now develops its activities at La Folie Numérique in Parc de la Villette and is currently working with McGill University in Montreal on the international research project ACTOR, a scientific collaboration for work on cognitive perceptions of timbres and orchestration.