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Jean-Luc Etienne

Jean-Luc Etienne

Jean-Luc Etienne is an organist and composer who, In 2007 was appointed organ professor at the Conservatoire à Rayonnement Régional in Tours.



Aware of the richness of organ music from the beginnings through to our time, he takes on a very broad repertory, manifesting a particular interest for Baroque music, especially that written in 17th-century France and Italy, as well as the works of Dietrich Buxtehude and Johann Sebastian Bach. Similarly, he readily plays numerous modern and contemporary works, from Arnold Schoenberg, Frank Martin, André Jolivet and Olivier Messiaen through Claude Ballif and Jean-Pierre Leguay.

Often standing apart by virtue of rare musical choices, he is eager to arouse appreciation for the rigour and sincerity of his performances.

For several years Jean-Luc Étienne has been devoting an increasingly significant part of his activity to creation, improvisation and composition.