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Laurent Petitgirard

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Name  Laurent Petitgirard
Role  Composer

Spouse  Sonia Petrovna
Children  Tristan Petitgirard
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Albums  Maigret, Great Trombone Concertos
Movies  Le batteur du Bolero, Concert in Versailles

Born  10 June 1950 (age 71), Paris, France

Similar  Sonia Petrovna, Bruno Coulais, Paul Paray

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Laurent Petitgirard (born 10 June 1950 in Paris) is a French classical composer and conductor.

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Biography and career

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Laurent Petitgirard studied piano with Serge Petitgirard and composition with Alain Kremski. He has worked as conductor with dozens of orchestras, including the Paris Opera Orchestra, Orchestre Philharmonique de Monte-Carlo, Orchestre National de France, Utah Symphony Orchestra, Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, National Orchestra of Spain, Moscow State Orchestra, China National Symphonic Orchestra and many others. In 1989 he founded the Orchestre Symphonique Français which he conducted until 1996, and also directed the Festival and the Academy of Flaine from 1986 to 1997. He has been the music director of the Orchestre Colonne, in Paris, since December 2004.

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Petitgirard has recorded dozens of CDs of music by a variety of composers, such as Honegger, Ravel, Dukas, Debussy, Saint-Saëns and others.

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As composer, Petitgirard has written scores for films by Otto Preminger, Jacques Demy, Francis Girod, Peter Kassovitz, Pierre Granier Deferre, and many others, with many of his film soundtracks being released on CD.

Petitgirard's first opera, Joseph Merrick, The Elephant Man, was premiered in 2002 by the Prague State Opera, with Petitgirard conducting. Petigirard later recorded the opera for the Naxos label with the Orchestre Philharmonique de Monte-Carlo and with Nathalie Stutzmann in the title role.

Other works by Petigirard include Le Fou d'Elsa, a cycle of six songs to poems by Louis Aragon for mezzo and orchestra, Le Plus Ardent à Vivre, a septet with harp, Poème for large string orchestra, and Dialogue for viola and orchestra. Petitgirard's second opera, Guru, was released on the Naxos label in 2011. Many of his other works are also available on the Naxos label, with the composer conducting.

Petitgirard has received a number of prizes, including the Young Composer’s Prize of the SACD in 1987, the SACEM Prize in 1990, the Grand Prix Lycéen for Composers in 2000 for his Cello Concerto, and the Prix Musique 2001 of the SACD for his opera Joseph Merrick, The Elephant Man. In December 2000 he was elected Member of the French Institute, and elected President of the Academy in January 2011.

Laurent Petitgirard is a "Commandeur des Arts et Lettres" and a "Chevalier de La Légion d'Honneur".

References

Laurent Petitgirard Wikipedia


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