Thierry Miroglio is internationally renowned as a soloist and has been invited to perform in forty countries, at numerous venues and many prestigious festivals. Currently working with a solo repertoire of more than 400 works, Miroglio has collaborated with many distinguished composers including John Cage, Luciano Berio, Kaija Saariaho, Jean-Claude Risset, Marlos Nobre, Edison Denisov, Franco Donatoni, Unsuk Chin, Daniel Teruggi, Zhang Xiaofu, Misato Mochizuki, Ivan Fedele, Manfred Stahnke, Marco Stroppa, Gérard Grisey, Philippe Hersant, Ichiro Nodaira, Philippe Manoury, Betsy Jolas and Hugues Dufourt, often giving premières of works of which he is the dedicatee. With numerous productions for international radio and TV stations and many soloist recordings, he enjoys exploring the boundaries of modern music, and has given performances which link music, the visual arts, electronica, dance and theatre into a homogenous whole. He is currently a professor at the Darius Milhaud Conservatory in Paris, and frequently travels abroad to give masterclasses. He has recently performed concertos with prestigious national orchestras and has recital tours booked in Europe, Asia, Africa, South America and the United States. Thierry Miroglio studied percussion with Jean-Pierre Drouet and Sylvio Gualda at the Conservatoire National de Versailles, where he was awarded first prize, and later studied Musical Acoustics with Iannis Xenakis at the University of the Sorbonne.