RAPHAËL FEUILLATRE

Classical Guitar

France

Biography

Passionate musician since his childhood, Raphaël FEUILLATRE loves to share his passion through his concerts and his pedagogy. He began his guitar training at the age of 9. Very early he has participate in many ensembles of guitars.

Six years later he entered the CRR of Nantes, where he spent three years in the class of Michel GRIZARD. Every year, he has the opportunity to play chamber music at "La folle journée". During a trip organized by his conservatory, he has the opportunity to perform as a soloist with string orchestra and in octuor of guitars in the city of SEVILLE. His 3 years in Nantes allow him to obtain his DEM, his cycle of improvement and opens the doors of the CNSM of PARIS. He is admitted in the class of Roland DYENS and his assistant Jean-Marc ZVELLENREUTHER.

In addition to his formation, many training courses have contributed to his musical development with Arnaud SANS, Gabriel BIANCO and Judicaël PERROY with whom he has worked for more than two years. In 2016, he wins a second prize at the International Competition of Viseu (Portugal). He is also the winner of the national competition of Fontenay Sous-bois (France), and of the international competition of Coria (Spain).

Through his concerts, Raphaël FEUILLATRE likes to present varied programs to his audience. He recently made a transcription of Enrique Granados' "Poetic Valses", a romantic work that represents his favorite repertoire. He has had the opportunity to perform in many cities in France. Recently, he had the chance to perform on the Parisian stage at the Guitar Festival "Sul Tasto" and at the international guitar festival of PARIS. He also had the opportunity to perform a tour with the orchestral ensemble of Pau.

Since 2015, his teaching activity at the school of music of Villeneuve-la-Garenne has confirmed his passion for teaching; he has just integrated the diploma training of the DE (State Diploma of Music teacher) and considers a pedagogical career in parallel of his artistic activity.

  • Classical Guitar

France

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