Matthieu Esnult



28 ans
Paris 5ème Arrondissement
Ile-de-France (75)


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Matthieu Esnult studied piano at the Conservatoire de Versailles and Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris under the tutelage of François Chaplin, Cecile Hugonnard-Roche and Francoise Buffet. He has also studied piano accompaniment with Christine Rouault and Françoise Tillard at the Paris Conservatoires.

In 2011, Matthieu was awarded the prestigious "Jeune Talent" by the Lions Club foundation. He is also the grateful recipient of the TCM trust scholarship for his postgraduate studies with Mickhail Kazakevich at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance.

As a soloist Matthieu has been performing actively for the last few years in England, France, Scotland, Hungary, Austria, and Spain. Among his latest concerts was a performance of Heiner Goebbels's Surrogate Cities at the Royal Festival Hall (broadcast on BBC 3) for its UK première. In Paris, Matthieu performed in a variety of concert halls, including l'Opéra National de Paris, la Salle Cortot, les Mairies de Paris, le Musee Carnavalet, la Cité internationale des Arts.

Matthieu has won a collection of prizes with his most recent successes as the winner of the Lillian Ash French song duo competition and the Cavatina Chamber Music Competition with the Scarampella Ensemble. Matthieu was finalist of the Elizabeth Schumann Competition and was highly commended at the John Halford Solo Piano Competition.

Alongside his solo piano career, Matthieu is a very in demand accompanist and chamber musician. He has been a professional accompanist in a variety of masterclasses with Regina Werner, Donna Brown, Elsa Maurus, Robert Expert, Andrew Sherwood. He has also worked for productions at Opera Bastille and Théâtre du Châtelet in Paris. His chamber music work has seen him perform several times at the Wigmore Hall.

A keen advocate of modern music, Matthieu has performed premieres by a range of composers and recorded the piano music of Gérard Gallo as well as playing in the Trinity Laban Contemporary Music Group. He has also been invited to play at the renowned NonClassical events hosted by Gabriel Prokofiev.

As a composer himself, he was highly commended by Ian Pace for his piece "L'Etoile Amere de ces horizons lointains", which has seen performances in the Old Royal Naval College, London and Auditorium Ravel. Matthieu Esnult is member of the Society of Composers SACEM in France.

Matthieu has performed at festivals at the Mozarteum Academy in Salzbourg, Académie Maurice Ravel de Saint Jean de Luz, Printemps International de Provence, Académie d'été de Nice, Dartington International Summer Academy and Académie d'été de Nancy. He has attended masterclasses with renowned musicians Dimitri Bashkirov, Dominique Merlet, Michel Beroff, Billy Eidi, Abd-El-Rahman El Bacha, Ashley Wass, Brodsky quartet and the Chilingirian Quartet.

He travelled on a French tour in July 2012 with pianist Ben Socrates which was gained notoriety by the press with reviews in Le Journal du Pays Basque, La Depêche du Midi and Le Sud-Ouest. Together they staged an acclaimed new interpretation of Ravel's La Valse which was arranged for two pianos with a unique new choreography that merged dancers and musicians.

Persuaded that musical virtuosity and intellectual profundity meet as equals, Matthieu also holds three Bachelors in Music, Literature and Philosophy from the Paris Sorbonne Paris IV and Paris Sorbonne Paris I.



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