Oboe teacher at the Royal Conservatory of Liège and Grétry Academy.
Solo oboe at Royal Philharmonic Orchestra of Liège.
He began studying the piano at the Conservatory of Nice (France), but it was at the age of 13 that he began to play the oboe in the class of Eric Mège. After receiving his first prize in oboe he entered the CNSM (National Superior Conservatory of Music) in Lyon where he received the teaching of Jean-Louis Capezzali and Jérôme Guichard, and where he achieved, in June 2005, his diploma for oboe with a unanimous vote by the jury. In 2004 he received his State Diploma in oboe pedagogy and in 2018, he received also a Master’s degree in Pedagogy.
Since then he has performed with numerous orchestras including, the Philharmonic Orchestra of Radio France, National Orchestra of Lyon, National Orchestra of France, Luxembourg Philharmonic Orchestra, and Monaco Philharmonic Orchestra. During this time he was able to work with such prestigious conductors as, Myung-Whun Chung, Kurt Masur, Peter Eötvös, Semyon Bychkov, Emmanuel Krivine and Daniele Gatti among others.
Regular guest of the festival « Musique et vin » du clos Vougeot à Beaune, he has shared the stage with David Chan (violin solo of the Metropolitan Opera of New York), Gauthier Capuçon, Joyce Di Donato, Yo-Yo Ma…
His desire to share music has led him towards many different horizons. He has performed with numerous ensembles. He is a member of the Bacchus Quartet with Joanie Carlier- bassoon, Audrey Luzignant – bassoon and Sébastien Creppe – baritone saxophone, original ensemble where mix classical music, borrowed notion from jazz and French songs.