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François Espinasse
François Espinasse was born in 1961. He graduated from the Conservatoire de Toulouse, having studied the organ under Xavier Darasse. In 1980 he won first prize for a performance of organ music, and the next year he completed a course of study to improve his performing technique under André Isoir. He has been a prize-winner of international competitions in Toulouse (“contemporary music” category, 1986) and Musashino (Japan, 1988).


François Espinasse is organist at the Église Saint-Séverin in Paris; he also teaches at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Lyon and is member of the National Commission for the Preservation of Historic Monuments (organ department). Recently he was appointed Organist "par quartiers" of the Royal Chapel at the palace of Versailles.


As a concert musician and guest teacher, François Espinasse has visited more than twenty countries. Moreover, he also sits on the juries of several international organ competitions. His recordings never fail to draw glowing praise from the critics.


A passionate admirer of contemporary music, Espinasse frequently performs works by living composers