Jocelyn Daubigney, flute
Jocelyn Daubigney was born in Paris in 1964 and studied the flute with Raymond Guiot, Alain Marion and Ida Ribera. In 1981 and 1982 he won two first prizes in the City of Paris Orchestral and Solo Musician competition and appeared with the Ensemble Instrumental de France and the Ensemble Orchestral Jean-Walter Audoli. His interest in early music led to work with Pierre Séchet at the Paris Conservatoire, where he was awarded first prize in 1998, subsequently working under the direction of Barthold Kuijken at the Brussels Conservatoire, where, in 1991, he was awarded the diplôme supérieur with high distinction. Jocelyn Daubigney performs and records with a number of different baroque ensembles, including Les Talens Lyriques, Le Concert Spirituel, La Grande Ecurie et La Chambre du Roy and the Orchestre des Champs-Elysées. For Naxos he has recorded the cantatas and trio sonatas of Louis-Nicholas Clérambault.