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GERARD POULET

Gérard Poulet, son of the conductor Gaston Poulet, was born in Bayonne in 1938 and started his career as a child prodigy. He entered the Paris Conservatoire at the age of eleven and won a unanimous First Prize a year later. At eighteen he won the Premier Grand Prix of the Paganini Competition in Genoa. While continuing his studies with such masters as Zino Francescatti, Yehudi Menuhin, Nathan Milstein and principally Henryk Szeryng, his “spiritual father”, Gérard Poulet was very soon giving concerts in a career that developed throughout the whole world. He pursues a successful double career as a leading soloist and teacher. He is a professor at the Paris Conservatoire and regularly travels to China and Japan for long periods during which he gives master-classes and concerts. He plays with most French orchestras and his varied international career takes him frequently to Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Japan, the United States, Canada, Slovakia and the Czech Republic.


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