Ondine Productions

Eugenie Kuffler was born in 1949 in Baltimore. In 1967 she emigrated to Paris where she studied composition with Nadia Boulanger, Henri Dutilleux and Max Deutsch; electro-acoustical composition with the Groupe de Recherches Musicales-Conservatoire de Paris; flute with Alain Marion, and baroque flute with Pierre Séchet. She was a member of the composer-performer collective GERM and a founding member with Philippe Drogoz of the avant-garde cabaret ensemble 010. Currently she is a member of the 4 women music collective Hot Chills and also plays with the Woods Hole Folk Orchestra for the summer contra dances. In 1998 she founded the music-theatre troupe Connexión Habana and with them through 2007, created 10 chapters of Etno Poesía Cuba. She has created radio works for France Musique and France Culture and solo performances for the Biennale de Paris, Frauenwoches in Vienna and Hambourg, the Festival de Performance de Lyon, Musica Strasbourg, La Muga Caula (Catalonia), AcciónMAD (Madrid), ArtContact (Helsinki) and FEM_10 (Gerona). She has spent most of her summers in Woods Hole and learned much about the water by fixing and driving her skiff Ondine. Since 1998 she has performed alone or with high local talent at the Community Hall.
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02543 Woods Hole , MA
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