Clément Nonciaux

Guest Conductor
Clément Nonciaux

French conductor Clément Nonciaux holds a Master's degree in orchestral conducting from the University of the Arts in Berlin. After receiving numerous awards at the Conservatoires régionaux of Paris and Tours, his love for opera naturally led him to pursue his studies abroad, where he began studying orchestral conducting in Freiburg-im-Breisgau, Germany.

After winning the second prize at the inaugural International Competition for Pianists, Conductors, and Composers Rachmaninoff in Moscow, he received invitations to perform in concerts at prestigious venues including the Mariinsky Theatre in St. Petersburg, the Novaya Opera Theatre in Moscow, and with the highly acclaimed National Youth Symphony Orchestra of Russia.

Nonciaux has conducted such distinguished orchestras as the London Symphony Orchestra, Mariinsky Orchestra, Komische Oper Berlin Orchestra, Russian National Orchestra, Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra, National Youth Orchestra of Russia, Stuttgart Philharmonic Orchestra, State Symphony Capella of Russia, Brandenburg State Orchestra, Kammerakademie Potsdam, Cottbus Philharmonic and National Theatre Orchestra, Neubrandenburg Philharmonic, Magdeburg Philharmonic, Philharmonia Orchestra of Athens and the Banatul State Philharmonic Orchestra of Timisoara.

His principal teachers were Steven Sloane, Harry Curtis, Scott Sandmeier, and Dylan Corlay. Moreover, throughout his career, he has received guidance from international conductors including Valery Gergiev, Sir Roger Norrington, Martyn Brabbins, Vladimir Fedoseyev, Alexander Sladkovsky, Attilio Cremonesi, Claude Schnitzler, George Pehlivanian, and Bruno Weil.

As pianist repetiteur, he has worked at the Teatro Municipal in Santiago, Chile, the Theatre Freiburg, Germany, and the Grand Théâtre in Tours, France.

Clément Nonciaux has dedicated himself to music with the mission of fostering connections across the world. He is particularly committed to learning the languages of the countries in which he works and speaks five languages. He has a vested interest in understanding foreign cultures that he can access through music and emotionally connects with the audience, particularly through the repertoire of his native country.

Further engagements include concerts with the Russian National Orchestra, Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra, and National Youth Symphony Orchestra of Russia.



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