Philippe SAUVAGE

Philippe SAUVAGEPhilippe Sauvage was born in Paris in 1956.

From 1971 to 1978, he studied music at Cesar Franck Music School in Paris and was unanimously awarded the First Prize of Organ at the Concours National de Musique (Paris). A student of law at University he nevertheless attended the Conservatoire National de Région in Rueil-Malmaison where he proved to be a brilliant student of Susan Landale and Marie-Claire Alain.

He was then awarded the First Prize – both Superior and Excellence.

In 1989 Philippe Sauvage was appointed organist of the Cavaillé-Coll organ of St Pierre de-Neuilly-sur-Seine church.

A teacher of organ for two conservatories near Paris, he also takes part in examination juries as well as in many cultural activities.

Since 1982, Philippe Sauvage has been giving a great number of concerts throughout the whole country including Paris – Notre-Dame Cathedral, St Séverin Church and many others – and also abroad, either as a soloist or in a duet -organ and trumpet- or with varions orchestras such as the brass Ensemble de Cuivres of Paris.

Philippe Sauvage has also taken part in public programmes for Radio-France and has recorded several CDs.