Chantal Auber

(born in Paris), pianist, composer. Entry at the age of 11 at the Conservatoire National Superieur de Musique de Paris, she won first prizes in Chamber Music and Piano and the Gabriel Fauré prize. These prizes were handed over by the Minister of Culture on the occasion of her first concert. Student of prestigious Masters: pianist and composer Yves Nat, for the piano and Nelly and Pierre Pasquier, violists of the famous Trio Pasquier, for the Chamber Music, she developed her musical culture in various disciplines under the direction of Norbert Dufourcq for Music History, Jeanne Guionie of the Paris Opera for voice, Marcel Dupré for organ, Yvonne Desportes, Pierre Lantier, Paule Mauric, Pierre Petit, all Grand Prix de Rome for composition and Robert Veyron-Lacroix for harpsichord. Her career gave her the opportunity of enriching encounters and musical collaborations with Francis Poulenc, Noël Gallon, Jacques Boisgallais, Marcel Dupré, Samson François, Eliane Richepin, Lily Laskine, Maurice Duruflé, Marie-Madeleine Chevalier, Nadia Tagrine, Georges Prêtre, Jean Claude Casadesus, France Clidat, Bruno Pasquier, Régis Pasquier, Laurent Petit-Girard, Bertile Huguet-Fournier, Roger André. Associated with the creation and the recording of works for radio, she created les 12 Tons of Pierre Gabaye with the "Percussions de Strasbourg" and generic music la Selette for TV of Philippe Bouvard. She participated in the television program of Micheline Sandrel with Alain Decaux. As a pianist, she has played classic of chamber music during many concerts. Her works for piano, organ, chamber music, vocal and orchestral are listed in concert programs and competitions in France and in many foreign countries.
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