Marie Goyette

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Born in Montréal, Marie Goyette studied the piano in Montréal and London. After residing in Europe, she moved to Berlin in 1989. Inspired by the city's lively and unorthodox art scene, she started a second career and expand her activities from traditional concerts to the fields of performance and radio art. She spent several months in STEIM in Amsterdam between 1991 and 1993 where she did experimental work with interactive tap shoes. She produced radio plays such as 'Transatlantique' (1993), worked on theatre projects and directed her own works. Marie Goyette collaborated with various artists like Christian Boltanski, Dagmar Krause ('A scientific dream and a French kiss') and Chris Cutler and started performing in Heiner Goebbels theatre works in 1994, the latest being 'Hashirigaki'. Moving between sampler and concert piano, Goyette freely interchanges fragments of her repertoire. With a musical ear for timbre, ambiance and timing, she combines in a fresh, improvised way these different elements in real-time concerts. Her performance in 'The Repetition' earned her the reputation of a "human sampler" - with an emphasis on "human".
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Albums

ReR p53 Marie Goyette - p53 album art p53 : Chris Cutler, Lutz Glandien, Marie Goyette, Zygmunt Krauze, Otomo Yoshihide p53 : Chris Cutler, Lutz Glandien, Marie Goyette, Zygmunt Krauze, Otomo Yoshihide - p53(CD, Album) ReR Megacorp ReR p53 USA & Europe 1995 Sell This Version
RES-139-CD Marie Goyette - A Scientific Dream And A French Kiss album art Dagmar Krause & Marie Goyette Dagmar Krause & Marie Goyette - A Scientific Dream And A French Kiss(CD, Album) Resurgence RES-139-CD Europe 1998 Sell This Version
DMR38 Marie Goyette - Stone Memorial album art Marie Goyette Stone Memorial(Cass, Album) Dead Mind Records DMR38 Netherlands 2020 Sell This Version