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Théo Fouchenneret won the first prize at the Geneva International Competition in November 2018 before being named "revelation instrumental soloist" at the Victoires de la Musique Classique. The same year he won the 1st prize as well as five special prizes at the Lyon International Chamber Music Competition with the Messiaen Trio.
 
Applauded by great halls and international festivals, he also performs with internationally renowned musicians: Victor Julien-Laferrière, Renaud Capuçon, François Salque, Lise Berthaud, Svetlin Roussev...
 
In March 2020, he released his first solo CD with La Dolce Volta, a recording devoted to Beethoven's great Waldstein and Hammerklavier sonatas. Theo is also a great chamber musician, as evidenced by his extensive discography with musicians such as Eric Le Sage, Tatsuki Narita, the Messiaen Trio and Raphaël Sévère, the Xenakis Trio and Philippe Hattat. 

The young pianist will dedicate his next solo recording to Gabriel Fauré. 
In addition, Théo is at the initiative of the recording project of the complete chamber music of Robert Schumann, which will begin with the opuses for violin and piano, alongside his brother Pierre Fouchenneret. 

"One is struck by a presence and a full and intense sound. Quickly, the contrasts seize us. Fouchenneret invites us to a true interpretation."
Diapason

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