Pianists

Jean Muller

Jean Muller performed the complete cycles of Beethoven’s and Mozart’s piano sonatas in concert. His discography won numerous awards, such as the Gramophone Critic’s Choice, International Piano Choice, Stern des Monats Fono Forum, DeutschlandRadio Kultur CD der Woche, Pizzicato Excellentia, etc.

Aurélien Pontier

Aurélien Pontier is one of the outstanding personalities of the younger generation of French pianists.

Cyril Guillotin

The richness and elegance of its sound palette, combined with its remarkable and intense sensitivity, make Cyril Guillotin an artist apart, an unclassifiable pianist.

Jean-Baptiste Fonlupt

Recently invited to play with prestigious orchestras such as the Mariinsky Orchestra conducted by Valery Gergiev and the Orchestre National de Bordeaux-Aquitaine conducted by Paul Daniel, pianist Jean-Baptiste Fonlupt studied at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique in Paris in the class of Bruno Rigutto and at the Hanns Eisler Hochschule in Berlin with Michael Endres. His other teachers include Georges Pludermacher, Yonty Solomon and the Russian-Georgian pianist Eliso Virssaladze at the Moscow State Tchaïkovsky Conservatory.

Muza Rubackyté

Muza Rubackyté has performed with leading worldwide orchestras.

Sandra Chamoux

An eclectic musician, Sandra Chamoux boasts a very diverse repertory as a soloist and in chamber music. She performed all of Rachmaninov’s lifework on Two Pianos and Four Hands with pianist Florence Cioccolani.

Michaël Levinas

Michaël Levinas is now known internationally for his recordings of the complete Beethoven Sonatas, Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier and his interpretation of the great romantic and modern repertoire. His work as a composer is also hailed as one of the most significant of his generation. Today he is recognised in both of these fields.

Philippe Alègre

Philippe Alègre made his concert debut with the Orchestre National du Capitole de Toulouse, invited by its conductor Michel Plasson.
The pianist Aldo Ciccolini will make him play for the first time in Paris at the Salle Gaveau in 1989.
Since then he has pursued his career in France and abroad as a piano duo, chamber music player and soloist and has shared the stage with many operatic artists.

Cyril Huvé

Victoire de la Musique 2010 for his recording of piano works by Mendelssohn on a Broadwood from 1840, Cyril Huvé is a pioneer of a historically informed approach on period instruments (Liszt/Erard in 1986, Chopin/Pleyel in 1992, Beethoven/Schanz in 2003...)

Christian Chamorel

Pianist Christian Chamorel is remarkable for the diversity of his repertoire and his exacting artistic approach.

François Weigel

Pianist, composer and conductor, Francois Weigel studied piano and composition at the Cologne Musikhochschule, conducting at the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Musique de Paris, and analysis, piano and chamber music at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris where he won several first prizes. He had advanced piano studies with Günther Ludwig, Yvonne Loriod, Olivier Messiaen, Alexis Weissenberg.

Jasmina Kulaglich

Born in Belgrade, Jasmina Kulaglich achieved a unanimous First Prize from the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique in her native city, the “Grand Prize” of the Université des Arts, First Prize in the Competition for Young Serbian pianists and the “October Prize” from the City of Belgrade.

 

Hervé Sellin

Hervé Sellin was born in 1957 from musician parents. He studied classical piano with Pierre Sancan and entered the Paris Conservatory in 1976 in the class of Aldo Ciccolini. He graduated in 1980 with a double prize in piano and chamber music.
Passionate about jazz for many years, he then turned towards a career as a jazz musician working with the greatest musicians such as Chet Baker, Dizzy Gillespie, James Moody, Clifford Jordan, Slide Hampton, Art Farmer...