French Soloists 

French Soloists
  • Pascal GALLET, piano
    Pascal GALLET, piano

    Pascal began a career as a piano soloist in France which branched out internationally. He has played with the Calgary Philharmonic, the UNAM Symphony (Mexico), the Duisberg Philharmonic Orchestra (Germany) , the Belgrade Radio and Télévision Symphony Orchestra, the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, the national orchestra of Brasilia , the gwachon symphonic orchestra of Seoul , the symphonic orchestra of Montevideo

    His first recording in 1998 was dedicated to Turina, and was compared to the interpretation by Alicia de Larocha. Other recordings devoted to Grieg, Chopin and Shostakovitch followed shortly thereafter, along with a disc entitled "Ballade impressionniste". The composer André Jolivet takes pride of place for Pascal Gallet, who remains the only pianist in the world to record the composer’s complete piano works. These recordings were unanimously acclaimed and admired by experts in the press. A concert with the Duisburg Philharmonic Orchestra in Germany resulted in a live recording of the sole piano concerto by Jolivet (Maguelone label).

    He has done numerous recital tours in Canada, in the United States (New York), and in Mexico, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, Serbia, China, Taiwan and Japan. He has performed in prestigious concert halls such as the Gaveau, Théâtre du Châtelet, the Opéra de Lyon. 

  • Alain MEUNIER, cello
    Alain MEUNIER, cello
    Alain Meunier, pupil of the great cellist Maurice Marechal, did all his musical studies in Paris, her hometown. Holds diplomas varies the Paris Conservatoire, he was subsequently lead a career of highly contrasting atypical. On Alcan Zafred through Bach, Beethoven, or Xenakis Yung, his musical career has been meeting with all directories and himself, Paris, Tokyo, New York or Chicoutimi not being agreed that the steps of by itinerant need one. Alain Meunier is the soul, the pillar and Director of the International Competition for String Quartet Bordeaux.
  • Anne Le Bozec, piano
    Anne Le Bozec, piano
    After three 1st prizes at the Paris Conservatoire, Anne Le Bozec won the very coveted Konzertexamen Lied in Karlsruhe in class Hartmut Holl. Among his chamber music partners include privileged Mauillon singers Marc, Isabelle Druet, Amel Brahim-Djelloul, Konstantin Wolff, Philippe Huttenlocher, Didier Henry, cellist Alain Meunier, the flutist Sandrine Tilly, the quartet Ardeo and has also played with Karen Vourc'h, Emmanuelle Bertrand, Christian Ivaldi, Dario Marino, the quintet Moragues. The opera piano he became a familiar genre after the production of Debussy's Pelleas et Melisande (staging Vincent Vittoz, Messiaen festival) and the Pilgrimage of the Rose by Schumann (with Cris de Paris and Geoffroy Jourdain). Number of disks in dedies Lied repertoire (Schubert, Mahler, Szymanowski, Wolf, Duparc, Brahms) have been the subject of rave reviews: the "Wanderer" with baritone Christoph Sökler Orphee received gold disc and his recent lyrical melodies of Chopin integral with soprano Urszula Cuvellier is already considered as a reference. The Anne Bozec is professor of vocal accompaniment at the Paris Conservatoire. It runs for five years the only class German French melody, has the Hochschule Karlsruhe