He followed the master classes of Jean-Claude Pennetier, Aldo
Ciccolini, Paul Badura-Skoda, Anne Queffélec and Ruben Lifschitz.
He is the laureate of several international competititons
(Casagrande, Vlado Perlemuter) as well as of the Alfred Rheinold
Foundation, who gave him a « Blüthner » grand piano.
Emmanuel appears as a soloist in chamber music in prestigious
festival and venues (Saint-Denis, Folle Journée de Nantes, La
Roque d’Anthéron, Radio-France Montpellier, les Pianissimes, les
Athénéennes, Chopin à Bagatelle, Berlioz Festival, Salle Pleyel,
Théâtre des Champs-Elysées in Paris…) in Europe, Japan, India,
Canada and Russia…
He’s performed concerto with the Conservatoire Laureates
Orchestra, the Orchestre of Caen, the Moldavian chamber
orchestra, the Montpellier Languedoc-Roussillon national orchestra,
the Orchestre de Paris with conductors such as Didier Talpain,
Stefan Asbury, Lawrence Foster and Cornelius Meister.
Emmanuel shares his love for chamber music with partners such as
David Fray, Adam Laloum, Clémentine Margaine, Hughes
Borsarello, Gauthier Herrmann, Samika Honda, Jean-Claude
Pennetier, Dame Felicity Lott, the Artie’s family as well as a member
of the Monsolo Ensemble and the Gallien Trio.
He regularly participates to projects mixing theatre, litterature and
music (Winterreise Company). He was heard on radio programs
such as Génération jeunes interprètes, Dans la cour des grands,
l’Atelier du chanteur…
His newest recordings include Schumann’s complete
Fantaisiestücke (Artie’s Recortds), César Cui’s songs with soprano
Céline Laly, Bach’s concerti for 2, 3 and 4 pianos with David Fray,
Jacques Rouvier and Audrey Vigoureux (Warner) .