Jacques Rouvier is a French pianist. He studied at the Paris Conservatory with Jean Hubeau, Vlado Perlemuter, Pierre Sancan and later on Jean Fassina. He won two Premiers Prix: in piano performance and in chamber music.
|Born:||Jan 18, 1947, Marseille, France|
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About Jacques Rouvier
Successful musician and educator who won the Grand Prix du disque for his recordings of Maurice Ravel's complete piano works.
He won two Premiers Prix while studying at the Paris Conservatory, one in piano performance in 1965 and one in chamber music in 1967.
He, Jean-Jacques Kantorow, and Philippe Muller formed their own piano trio in 1970.
His family was musical and began nurturing his talent while he was young.
He won a Grand Prix du disque award for his recordings of Maurice Ravel 's work in 1970.
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- Long-Thibaud-Crespin Competition prize-winners
- French classical pianists
- Academics of the Conservatoire de Paris
- Conservatoire de Paris alumni