Rougge released a new album “Solo in C minor”
His earlier albums, all of which were titled “Fragment,” lacked a sense of cohesion. Solo in C Minor, ROUGGE’s return to the minimalist “solo piano-voice” style, is an entirely separate composition. In order to fully immerse ourselves in the soundscape, we are presented with a 35-minute long track. It includes “Solo in C minor – extract 3.”
Three solo albums and one with a string quintet have been released by Rougge to date.
Aside from those, he has worked on a number of high-profile projects (such as with choreographer Benjamin Millepied and photographer Vincent Munier) and exhibitions combining painting and music (such as La Fellation du diable and Pier Paolo Pasoloni’s “Vie et mort,” “La théorie des phacochères,” and “On the tip of the tongue,” “Alice(s),” and “Broadca”), as well as scores for a
His performances on stage range from piano and voice to piano and string quintet to a Harmony Orchestra with more than 50 players for the film-concert, “Vincent MUNIER – ROUGGE,” in which he immersed himself in the famous French photographer’s photographs.