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Les Musiciens de Saint-Julien / harpsichord, regal

Justin Taylor

When he was only twenty-three years old, the young French-American musician Justin Taylor won First Prize at the Musica Antiqua International Harpsichord Competition in Bruges, Belgium. He also received the Audience Prize, the Alpha Prize (for a recording under this prestigious label), and the European Union Baroque Orchestra Developing Trust Prize, which is awarded to the most promising young European baroque musician. Ever willing to share his love of music in public, Justin Taylor performs as a soloist on the harpsichord and the pianoforte, and plays chamber music with the Taylor Consort.

Justin Taylor began studying the harpsichord at the age of eleven in his hometown, Angers, with Françoise Marmin. His passion for this instrument induced him to continue his studies with Olivier Baumont and Blandine Rannou at the CNSM (Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique) of Paris, to which he was unanimously accepted in 2011. In order to enhance his approach to the harpsichord, he studied piano with Roger Muraro at the CNSM of Paris, and he has also earned the superior degree in musical analysis at the same institution.

In 2015, he earned his Master’s degree in harpsichord with highest honours and “unanimous congratulations”. The same year, he won 1st prize at the Musica Antiqua International Harpsichord Competition in Bruges, Belgium, where he also received the Audience Prize, the Alpha Prize (for a recording under this prestigious label), and the European Union Baroque Orchestra Developing Trust Prize, which is awarded to the most promising young European baroque musician. Justin is supported by the Safran Foundation.

As a soloist, Justin Taylor has played at the Paris Philharmonie with the Orchestre National d’Île de France, at the Hôtel de Soubise in Paris (the Young Talents Festival), at the Rendez-Vous de Rochebonne, as well as at Les Invalides, where he interpreted C.P.E. Bach’s double concerto for harpsichord and pianoforte. His first solo recording, with the Alpha label, will draw a portrait of the Forqueray family.

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