"From a musical point of listening (as a pose to viewing…), this music has been conceived and performed in the spirit of rock, the major influence and inspiration of our musical awareness. So all praise to It for having given us body awareness too, for making us open to sensual pleasures, the urgent necessity for rebellion and a whole lot of other things as well!"
Bernard Struber first learned the piano with his two sisters. When he was 13 he worked the pedal harmonium at the Sunday church service, whilst trying out Chuck Berry and Charlie Christian-type riffs on electric guitar.” Some additional elements in Bernard STRUBER’s biography are terrorist actions such as the introduction of jazz into the Conservatoire de Musique in 1979, followed by its appearance in Strasbourg Catherdral and the Rhine Opera House, and the publication of a book (Editions Lemoine) aimed at pupils who don’t like music theory. In October 2004, he was awarded a “Django d’Or”, the SACEM Grand Prix for Musical Creation.