Tanguy de Williencourt
Lingua disponibile: ingleseTanguy de Williencourt is active as a recitalist, chamber player, and concerto soloist. He has also studied conducting and performed as a conductor. Tanguy de Williencourt was born in 1990. He attended the Paris Conservatory (the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris), earning no fewer than four degrees in 2013: in piano, accompaniment, vocal coaching, and conducting. The following year, he won the school's Blüthner Foundation Award. Among his teachers were Roger Muraro, Claire Désert, and Jean-Frédéric Neuburger. He took master classes with Stephen Kovacevich, Maria João Pires, and Christoph Eschenbach, among others. With prizes at the Yamaha (2008) and Fauré (2013) competitions, de Williencourt found major bookings at the Philharmonie de Paris, the Musée d'Orsay, and the Maison de Radio France, among other important venues in Paris and elsewhere in France, as well as making appearances at major French festivals. He has also appeared abroad with the St. Petersburg Philharmonic and other major ensembles. In 2016, de Williencourt received both the Jury and Public Prize from the Société des Arts de Genève. He was named Classical Revelation by the French performers' rights organization ADAMI, then winner of the 2017-19 Generation awards from the artists' rights organization SPEDIDAM. He also earned the Prix de l’Orchestre de Chambre de Paris at the Philharmonie de Paris in 2017. De Williencourt's recording career is promising. On the Mirare label, he issued an album of piano transcriptions of music by Wagner and Liszt. With cellist Bruno Philippe, de Williencourt has issued an album of music by Brahms and Schumann on the Evidence label, and one of Prokofiev, on Harmonia Mundi in 2019. That year, with mezzo-soprano Stéphanie d'Oustrac and plucked string player Thibaut Roussel, he appeared on the album Une Soirée chez Berlioz.
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