In details

1. Musical studies

1988 – 1997 — CNR de Grenoble: piano classes with Sandra Chamoux and Jean-François Cholé and harmony with François Luzignant
Gold Medal in piano, musical theory and chamber music

1998 – 2002 — CNSM de Paris: piano class with Michel Béroff
Other courses : analysis, harmony, counterpoint, improvisation
Master class with György Kurtág
Superior Formation Diploma in piano and chamber music with honors

2002 – 2004 — University of Arts of Berlin: piano class with Pascal Devoyon
Master class with Murray Perahia (salle Gaveau – Paris)

2015 – 2016 — Master classes in conducting and composing with Peter Eötvös in Budapest (Peter Eötvös Foundation, Budapest Music Center): work with the composers Helmut Lachenmann, György Kurtág and Peter Tornyai

2. International competitions prizes, awards

2002 — 1st prize of the international piano competition Chopin of Brest (France)

2003 — 1st prize of the international piano competition of San Remo Classico (Italy)

2004 — 1st prize of the international mélodrame competition Fibich of Prague (Czech Republic)

2004 — Special prize of the best accompanist at the Joseph-Suder-Liedwettbewerb of Nuremberg (Germany)

2016 — Donation by the Société Gavigniès (Netherlands) for his work on the opera Fin de partie de György Kurtág

3. Employment

2007 – 2009 — Rehearsal pianist at the Atelier Lyrique of Paris National Opera (France)

2010 – 2013 — Rehearsal pianist and musical assistant at the Teatro Real of Madrid (Spain)

2013 – 2014 — Kapellmeister at the Opera of Chemnitz (Germany)

2014 – 2018 — Contract with the Scala de Milan (Italy) as assistant to the composer György Kurtàg for the création of his new opera Fin de partie : responsible for the casting and musical preparation of the singers, part of the team for the edition of the orchestra and piano scores, musical assistant for the creation at La Scala in November 2018

4. Musical direction

Teatro Real of Madrid, main hall
Transfigured Night. School orchestra of the Symphony Orchestra of Madrid
El hombre que se llamaba Amadé (Mozart program). Symphony Orchestra of Madrid

Opera of Chemnitz. Robert-Schumann-Philharmonie
Der Mond by Carl Orff
Sleeping Beauty of Tchaikovsky
Symphonic Concert: Mozart, Dvorak, Tchaikovsky

Budapest Music Center
Sprechgesang by Peter Tornyai (world premiere), Ensemble Schloss Engers
3 Mouvements pour ensemble by Arnaud Arbet (world premiere of the two first movements), THReNSeMBLe

Opera of Cologne. Gürzenich Orchester-Köln
Die Eroberung von Mexico by Rihm
Die Soldaten by Zimmermann : co-conductor with François-Xavier Roth

Mare Nostrum by Kagel
La Scuola de’ Gelosi by Salieri
Carmen by Bizet

Scala de Milan, Arturo Toscanini Hall – Festival Milano Musica
Concert Kurtág, Boulez, Ravel, Stravinsky with contralto Hilary Summers. Ensemble Bernasconi

HangarBicocca, Milan – Festival Milano Musica
FLUXO – Mare Nostrum by Kagel. Ensemble Bernasconi

Norrlandsoperan, Umeå, Sweden
Les Contes d’Hoffmann by Offenbach. Broadcast on national Swedish television

Rumanian Atheneum, Bucharest, Rumania – Enescu Festival
Le Grand Macabre by Ligeti. Philharmonic Orchestra George Enescu

Suntory Hall, Blue Rose Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Concert Mozart, Tchaikovsky, Schönberg. Tokyo Paris Ensemble Orchestra

Le Seuil Musical (Founder and musical director)
Atelier de la Main d’Or, Paris : conference « Schönberg and the birth of atonal music »
l’Anecdote, Autrans : 2d string quartet op. 10 by Schönberg 
Toyo Global Hall, Berlin
Atelier de la Main d’Or, Paris
Spiegelsaal der Harmonie, Bamberg
Artist Salon « Dolce », Tokyo, Japan : Pierrot Lunaire by Schönberg
Atelier de la Main d’Or, Paris : concert Webern, Ravel, Boulez, Stravinsky, Arbet
Atelier de la Main d’Or, Paris : concert Webern : songs cycles for soprano and various ensembles op. 14 to 18
European House, Ichikawa, Japan : conference « Schönberg, his life and work »
CRR of Aubervilliers,
Musée en Musique of Grenoble,
Librairie 7L of Paris : concert Schönberg, Webern, Berg, Debussy

5. Repertoire

Orchestra : from Bach to Boulez, with emphasis on the period 1900-1950
Opera : 80 works from Monteverdi to Kurtág

6. Compositions

Trois Offrandes for piano 4 hands op. 1 (2015). 18’
     Creation : November 2015 at the Atelier de la Main d’ Or – Paris with Kyoko Nojima and Arnaud Arbet

Trois Mouvements for ensemble op. 2 (2016). 8’
     Creation (2 first movements) : Octobre 2016 at the Budapest Music Center with THReNSeMBLe

Cinq Fables de la Fontaine. Divertissement pour soprano, baryton et orchestre op. 3 (2017). 15’

Poemas de Teresa de Ávila for soprano, flute, harp and guitar op. 4 (2018). 12’

Trio for oboe, bassoon and piano op. 5 (2019). 15′
     Creation : February 2020 at the Accademia di Musica di Pinerolo with the Ensemble Seta

La Corbeille de fruits, 5 melodies for bass and piano (Tagore) op. 6 (2019). Orchestration 2021. 12′

Toccata for piano op. 7 (2020). 4’30’’

String quartet op. 8 (2021). 12′

Cinq haïkus de printemps for contralto and bass clarinet op. 9 (2023). 5′

Nonsense songs for mixed choir a cappella (Edward Lear) op. 10 (2023). 14′

7. Spoken languages

French, English, German, Spanish, Italian (a bit) and Japanese (a bit)