Vincent Warnier

Vincent Warnier is a French organist and noted improviser. He attended conservatories in Strasbourg, Rueil-Malmaison, and Paris, and he counted among his teachers Daniel Roth, André Stricker, Marie-Claire Alain, Michel Chapuis, and Olivier Latry. He also attended the Sorbonne, where he achieved the highest teaching qualification in the French system. In 1995, he became the organist of the Reformed Church of the Annunciation in Paris and succeeded Pierre Camonin as organist at Notre-Dame de Verdun. Until 2011 he also held teaching positions at the University of Poitiers, the Lycée Racine, and the Collège Stanislas, before embarking on concert tours in Japan and across Europe. He is the resident organist at the Église Saint-Étienne-du-Mont in Paris, where he succeeded Maurice Duruflé. Warnier writes weekly columns for France Musique, and has recorded for Intrada and Naxos. ~ Blair Sanderson

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