Rencontres musicales de Cortot
Masterclass by Emmanuel Pahud, flute

Monday January, 9th | 7.30pm | Salle Cortot

École Normale de Musique de Paris welcomes Emmanuel Pahud for a public interpretation course with students from the School’s upper flute classes.

Emmanuel Pahud began studying the flute at the age of 6. In 1989, he won First Prize at the Kobé International Competition, and the following year obtained a First Prize at the National Conservatory of Paris, before perfecting his skills with Aurèle Nicolet.

Emmanuel Pahud was appointed Frincipal Flautist at the Basel orchestra (1989 to 1992) before becoming at the age of 22 Principal Flautist at the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. 

Appointed professor at the Geneva Conservatory in 2000, he also leads a career as a soloist all over the world. His extremely varied repertoire ranges from baroque music to contemporary music in the most diverse formations.


Prices: 20€ | 15€ | 10€
free entrance for students and professors from the School