His remarkable depth of musicanship and distinct clarity of sound coupled with flawless technique, make him an artist in demand as both soloist and chamber musican. He has made successful recital debuts in Paris, Geneva and New York. He has appeared as a soloist with the Wroclaw, Qatar and Córdoba Philharmonic Orchestras under such conductors as Tommaso Placidi, Paul Biss, Jens Troester and Han-Na Chang. He’s regularly invited to international festivals, both in Europe and the US. He’s also been broadcast in Canada, the US, Japan and several European countries.
Julien Quentin is a keen chamber musician, with extentive collaborations with other musicians. He’s also frequently touring, in the US, Australia, Japan, the Middle East, and throughout Europe, with concerts scenes like Wigmore Hall in London, Louvre in Paris and Carnegie Halls in New York. He’s furthermore recorded for EMI Classics and Sony RCA.
Born in Paris, Julien Quentin started his studies at the Geneva Conservatory with Alexis Golovine. In 2002, he completed his Artist Diploma under the tuterage of Emile Naoumoff at Indiana University, where he held a one-year teaching position as Assistant Instructor and was a recipient of the Presser Award. In 2003 he received his Graduate Diploma from the Juilliard School, where he studied with György Sándor. He has also worked with Paul Badura-Skoda, Nikita Magaloff, György Sebök and Earl Wild.
Julien Quentin now lives in Berlin. With visual artists Emanuela Lucaci, Kevork Mourad or Norman Perryman, he explores new artistic visions bringing various art forms together. He also pursues his interest in other genres of music through his collaboration with composer Justin Messina, pianists Francesco Tristano and Rami Khalifé, or producer Martin Wheeler in projects ranging from improvisation to producting electronic music
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Julien Quentin performs as these tine@munch concerts:
Opening concert, Thursday June 12, 7:30 pm
"Strength", Friday June 13, 7 pm
Late Night Special, Friday June 13, 9:30 pm
"Water", Saturday June 14, 7:30 pm
TTHQ and guests, Saturday June 14, 10 pm