Fabien Thouand

CLASS

23/08 – 30/08

Dopo avere ottenuto nel 1996 nella classe di Jean-Claude Jaboulay il primo prezzo del Coservatoire National di Regione di Parigi, fabien Thouand studia insieme a Jacques Tys e di Jean-Louis Capezzali al CNSM di Parigi dove ottiene un primo premio all’unanimità nel 2000. Da 2001 segue la classe di perfezionamento di Maurice Bourgue al CNSM di Parigi. Anno decisivo poiché in 2001 ottiene il 2 Premio al concorso internazionale della Primavera di Praga, il 3 Premio al concorso internazionale Giuseppe Tomassini” di Petritoli. Infine nel maggio 2002 il 3 Prezzo del concorso internazionale di strumento a fiato di Tolone.
Invitato a prodursi nelle orchestre come primo oboe nella London Symphonie Orchestra, Bayerischen Staatsoper, Opera di Lione, Bamberger Symphoniker, Camerata Salzburg, Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, OrchestraNazionale di Francia e Philharmonique de Radio France. Suona sotto la Direzione Daniel Barenboim, Ricardo Muti, Loreen Maazel, Zubin Metha, Yuri Termikanov, Kurt Mazur, Charles Dutoit, Semyon Bychkov… Dal 2004, è Il Primo oboe all’orchestra del Teatro Alla Scala di Milano e della Filarmonicá della Scala.
Dal 2011, e docente di oboe presso il Conservatorio della Svizzera Italiana e da poco al Royal College of Music di Londra.

In 1996 Fabien Thouand was awarded first prize of the Conservatoire National de Region de Paris, where he studied in the class Jean-Claude Jaboulay. He then pursued his studies at the CNSM de Paris, initially under the guidance of Jacques Tys and Jean-Louis Capezzali, winning first prize unanimously in 2000, and then partaking in the master course of Maurice Bourgue there the following year.
In 2001 Thouand won the 2nd prize in the “Prague Spring International Music Competition” and the 3rd prize in the “Giuseppe Tomassini” international competition in Petritoli. He was awarded the 3rd prize at the “Toulon Wind Instruments International Competition” in May 2002.
Since then he has pursued a career in France and abroad, specializing in the field of orchestral and chamber repertoire. As a soloist, he has been invited to perform with orchestras including the ones of La Monnaie (Bruxelles),Bayerischer Rundfunk Symphonie Orchester, London Symphonie Orchestra, Bayerische Staatsoper (Munich), Opera de Lyon, Bamberger Symphoniker the Camerata Salzburg as well as the Toulouse National Chamber Orchestra and the Chamber Ochestra of Europe. Furthermore, he has played under the baton of renowned conductors such as Ricardo Muti, Loreen Maazel, Zubin Metha, Yuri Termikanov, Kurt Mazur, Charles Dutoit, Claudio Abbado, Valery Gergiev and Daniel Barenboim
Since 2004 he is principal oboe at the orchestra of the Teatro alla Scala in Milan.
Beyond his career as a performing musician, he is also active as a teacher, being nominated principal oboe teacher at the Lugano School of Music in 2011 and assistant teacher at the CNSM of Lyon in 2010.
Recently nominated oboe teacher at tHe Royal Collage of Music of London.