About author : STERNE Paul
Born in 1977, Paul STERNE has studied organ with Annick-Chevalier Naddéo and André Rossi (Conservatoire National de Région de Marseille), and orchestra conducting with Jenö Rehak (Budapest), Uros Lajovic (Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst – Wien), Michael Dittrich (Wiener Symphoniker). Other conductors have marked his career, such as Arie Van Beek (Orchestre d’Auvergne), Ivan Fischer (Budapest Festival Orchestra), Colin Metters, Bernard Haitink… from whom he gets advices and improvement. He’s got several first prizes, including organ, in 2000.
Concert organist, servant of the organ at the Gap Cathedral (France) from 1997 to 2007, conductor, musical director of Orchestre des Jeunes Alpes-Provence from 2003 to 2007, of the vocal ensemble Cantabile from 2005 to 2007, composer since the beginning of his career, Paul STERNE is now fully dedicated to his creative activities.
He’s the author of an important catalogue of works and arrangements for all types of ensembles.
His catalogue can be divided in three different parts : the « concert » music, the soundtracks for films and documentaries, and an important number of transcriptions for organ, piano and orchestrations.
Webpage of Paul Sterne :
The Mahler Organ Project