Since 1994 Alex started an close collaboration with the contemporary music ensemble “Ictus” in Brussels, becoming a member of the ensemble in 1999. During these years up until today Alex has been involved in nearly all amplified concerts, CD publications and creations of Ictus with among others Georges Aperghis, Thierry De Mey, Philippe Manoury, Magnus Lindberg, Jonathan Harvey, Javier Alvarez, Steve Reich and Fausto Romitelli.
The Ictus Timeline (still under construction)

Alex Fostier

Sound & digits

Faune

Théâtre de Caen (F)

Debussy’s “Après-midi d’un faune” (chamber-music version + film Thierry De Mey on choreography of Anne Teresa De Keersmaker), Schönberg’s “Pierrot Lunaire” (with soprano Marianne Pousseur) and “Valse3”, a new composition for small ensemble and electronics of by Frédéric Verrières (inspired by Ravel’s “La Valse”); conductors: Georges-Elie Octors (Debussy, Verrières) and François Deppe (Schönberg)

Faune

Opéra Comique, Paris (F)

Debussy’s “Après-midi d’un faune” (chamber-music version + film Thierry De Mey on choreography of Anne Teresa De Keersmaker), Schönberg’s “Pierrot Lunaire” (with soprano Marianne Pousseur) and “Valse3”, a new composition for small ensemble and electronics of by Frédéric Verrières (inspired by Ravel’s “La Valse”); conductors: Georges-Elie Octors (Debussy, Verrières) and François Deppe (Schönberg)

Faune

deSingel, Antwerp (B)

Debussy’s “Après-midi d’un faune” (chamber-music version + film Thierry De Mey on choreography of Anne Teresa De Keersmaker), Schönberg’s “Pierrot Lunaire” (with soprano Marianne Pousseur) and “Valse3”, a new composition for small ensemble and electronics of by Frédéric Verrières (inspired by Ravel’s “La Valse”); conductors: Georges-Elie Octors (Debussy, Verrières) and François Deppe (Schönberg)

Faune

Kaaitheater (in a co-presentation with Bozar and Ictus), Brussels (B)

Debussy’s “Après-midi d’un faune” (chamber-music version + film Thierry De Mey on choreography of Anne Teresa De Keersmaker), Schönberg’s “Pierrot Lunaire” (with soprano Marianne Pousseur) and “Valse3”, a new composition for small ensemble and electronics of by Frédéric Verrières (inspired by Ravel’s “La Valse”); conductors: Georges-Elie Octors (Debussy, Verrières) and François Deppe (Schönberg)