Organist and composer, Eric Lebrun studied at the Paris Conservatory.
Titular organist of the great Cavaillé-Coll organ in the Saint Antoine des Quinze-Vingts church in Paris, he teaches at the Conservatoire of Saint-Maur des Fossés. Concertist and teacher with international influence, he published several remarkable recordings with Marie-Ange Leurent (including the complete works of Bach, Buxtehude, Boëly, Jehan Alain, Maurice Duruflé and Gaston Litaize of which he has been the student). He has composed about sixty works ranging from solo violin to oratorio, including several vocal pieces.
At the request of the Florilège Vocal de Tours, he composed Deux poèmes de Joachim du Bellay, op. 47 which appear in the program of the international competition 2022. These two a capella pieces were written on texts by the great French Renaissance poet Joachim Du Bellay (ca. 1522-1560), founder with Pierre de Ronsard of the group of poets La Pléiade. These two pieces (Si notre vie est moins qu’une journée and La nuit m’est courte) are published by Chanteloup Musique.
Eric Lebrun’s website : www.ericlebrun.com
Publisher Chanteloup Musique : www.chanteloup-musique.org