About author : ROSSIGNOL Bruno
Born in 1958, Bruno ROSSIGNOL has been following up for more than thirty years a career of choir and orchestra conductor closely joined to an activity of composer and of teaching specialist. Choir conductor trainee at the Opéra de Paris and at the Paris Orchestra choir, he founded in 1983 The Chamber Choir of Ile de France with which he got the 1st price at the International Competitions of Malta and Verona.
Director of Public Music Schools, in this position, he is fervent defender of choral practice, of ensemble activities and of creation.
Currently, he is the Head of the "Hector Berlioz" Music, Dance and Theatre Conservatory of the Xth arrondissement of Paris . His catalog primarily comprises: one Opera: Madame Roland, two concertos one for violin and one for harp, choral works (Stabat Mater, Cantate "lescalier", Salve Regina, Ave verum...) and many instrumental pieces to educational vocation. He recently achieved the transcription for piano 4 hands of the "Pictures at an exhibition" by M. Mussorgsky, edited by Delatour Publishing House.