The soloists of the Ensemble intercontemporain
Philippe Grauvogel
Hautbois

Philippe Grauvogel started his musical training with Roger Raynard and Yves Poucel. He enrolled with the Higher National Conservatoire in Paris (CNSMDP) in 1989, under the tutorship of David Walter and Maurice Bourgue, where he won two first prizes in chamber music and a first prize in Oboe.
In 1994, he became a member of Itinéraire, which saw him take up a contemporary repertory, meet numerous composers and participate in several devised works. In 1996, he joined the Poitou-Charentes Orchestra as oboe soloist where he embraced a vast repertory of works, both classic and contemporary, also participating in national and international festivals. Philippe Grauvogel is a regular performer with leading operatic and symphonic formations, such as the Paris and Lyon Opera Houses, and the Radio France Philharmonic Orchestra. He is also performing chamber music, particularly works from the baroque repertoire with Bruno Morin on the organ and Joël Pontet on the harpsichord. In 2010, he became a member of the Ensemble intercontemporain.
In addition to his activities as a musical performer, Philippe Grauvogel teaches the oboe at the Conservatoire of Antony.


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