Michel Henry FISCHER was born in Vallauris (Alpes-Maritimes) in 1948.
Student for the organ René Saorgin Conservatory of Nice, it then enters classes Rolande Falcinelli, Jean-Claude Raynaud, Michel Merlet, Jacques Castérède, Marius Constant and Ivo Malec at the Paris Conservatoire, where he won first prizes Organ (1976), counterpoint, fugue, analysis and composition (1983).
Associate music education and a doctorate in musicology (1991), he is a lecturer at the University Paris IV – Sorbonne since 1993. Winner of the Menuhin Foundation in 1982, the same year he received the prize René Dumesnil, then the price Stéphane Clergue – Gabriel Marie SACEM (1984), and finally the price of musical composition Paul-Louis Weiller awarded by the Academy of Fine Arts (1994).
Holder organ of Notre-Dame-de-la-Gare – Paris (1979).