Voted “Classical Revelation” by Adami at MIDEM 2003, Vincent Larderet is considered to be one of the leading French pianists of his generation. He studied in Paris with Carlos Cebro and won the virtuosity prize at the National Conservatory of Music in Rueil Malmaison. He completed his training at the Lübeck Musikhochschule in Germany with Bruno-Leonardo Gelber. He was a laureate of the Orpheum Foundation for young soloists in Switzerland and several international piano competitions, including Maria Canals in Barcelona, A.M.A. Calabria (Italy), Brest and Claude Kahn. He has performed at renowned festivals and prestigious venues as a soloist or with orchestra, including the Zurich Tonhalle, Barcelona Palau de la Musica, the Paris Cité de la Musique and Salle Pleyel, and also appeared in chamber music, notably with West Side Quartet his group for two pianos and percussion. He has served as a member of the jury at various international competitions, and has made acclaimed CD and DVD recordings, broadcasts and telecasts.