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Vincent Warnier (Organist)

Vincent Warnier (born 14 October 1967) is a contemporary French classical pipe organist.

Born in Hayange (Moselle), Warnier completed his musical studies at the Conservatoire de Strasbourg (organ class of Daniel Roth and André Stricker), the Conservatoire of Rueil-Malmaison (class of Marie-Claire Alain) and the Conservatoire de Paris, where he won numerous prizes (organ with Michel Chapuis and Olivier Latry).

In 1992, he was awarded the First prize of interpretation of the Chartres Grand Prix.

In 1995, he became co-titular organist of the Reformed Church of the Annunciation in Paris. Then, in 1997, he became co-titular organist with Thierry Escaich, of the Saint-Étienne-du-Mont church in Paris. That same year, he was entrusted with the grand Théodore Jacquot organ of the Verdun Cathedral, succeeding canon Pierre Camonin. He has been in residence at the Auditorium-Orchestre national de Lyon since September 2013.

Considered a leading instrumentalist and improviser, Vincent Warnier leads an international concert career. He performs regularly in Japan and the main European countries. His attachment to a second profession which he leads in parallel with the first is also worth noting: that of music teacher. An associate professor, he taught at the Poitiers University, then at the College Stanislas de Paris. He is now a professor in the specialized music sections of the Lycée Racine (Paris).

Regularly invited on the airwaves of France Musique, he participated from 2011 to 2013 in Benjamin François [fr]' weekly disc review show, Le Jardin des critiques [fr], then was a columnist on his Sunday show Musiques sacrées. After being a regular contributor to Renaud Machart's program Le Matin des musiciens, he continues this collaboration today in Le Mitan des musiciens.


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