He won two Premiers Prix (first prizes): in piano performance (1965) In chamber music (1967). He won two Premiers Prix (first prizes): in piano performance (1965) In chamber music (1967).
He won the Grand prize at the Concours des Jeunesses musicales in Montreal in 1965. He won the Grand prize at the Concours des Jeunesses musicales in Montreal in 1965.
First prize at both the Viotti International Music Competition in Vercelli and the Barcelona Competition in 1967. First prize at both the Viotti International Music Competition in Vercelli and the Barcelona Competition in 1967.
Jacques Rouvier
Teacher
Jury
Instruments: Piano
Member of: Paris Conservatory, Telekom Headquarters
Nationality: French

Jacques Rouvier was born in Marseilles into a family of musicians. He attended the CNSMD in Paris (Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse), where he was taught by Vlado Perlemuter, Pierre Sancan, and Jean Hubeau. He won first prizes in both piano and chamber music. Rouvier then decided to broaden his knowledge about wind section and leading orchestra at the CNSMD too. He owes much to Pierre Barbizet and Jean Fassina. Rouvier won several competitions such as the “Giovan Battista Viotti” International Music Competition, Maria Canal International Music Competition, the European Broadcasting Union Competition, the Long-Thibaud Competition, and the Competition of the Fondation de la Vocation. In 1970, he founded the Rouvier-Kantorow-Muller trio, with whom he still performs regularly. He took part in many festivals and academies (Prades, Spoleto, Kuhmo, Aix-en-Provence, Hamamatsu) and gave masterclasses all over the world. He was awarded Grand Prix du Disque for his recording of the complete piano works of Maurice Ravel, as well as the sonatas of Ravel and Debussy with J.J. Kantorow. Rouvier also recorded the whole work of Debussy and some thirty other CDs. He was invited to be a jury member for international and prestigious competitions, like the Tchaïkovsky, Leeds, Santander, Rubinstein, and Marguerite Long Competition. Since 1979, he has taught at the CNSMD in Paris and at the Berlin University of the Arts.

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Participated to academies:
Académie internationale d'été de Nice from august 1st to 7th 2022
Summer Academy – IHMS from august 14th to 21st 2022
Musica Mundi from july 17th to 31st 2022
Will be on our next academies:
Musica Mundi From July 17th to 31st 2022