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He gave his first concert at ten, at the Pleyel Hall, with Ile de France’s Philharmonic Orchestra. He made studies at the “Conservatoire Supérieur de Musique de Paris, in Raymond Trouard’s class, where in win the most prestigious awards. After that, he learned from prestigious masters like Pierre Séchet, Lucette Descaves, Pierre Barbizet, Bruno Rigutto and György Cziffra who named him laureate of his foundation in 1989. Besides, he distinguished in a few international competitions: Claude Kahn, Porto and Marguerite Long.

Very eclectic, he shows him up in recitals, with orchestra, under the baton of many famous conductors like Patrick Strub, Bystrik Rezucha, Renard Tchaikovsky, Maximilian Fröschl (Poznan Philharmonia Orchestra, Kosice Statna Filharmonia, Harmonies d'Orphée), in duo-sonata with Alain Ménard, Philippe-Olivier Devaux, Christophe Boulier, Frédéric Pélassy and Paul Julien, two pianos with Chow-Ching Ling and Marie-Catherine Girod with which he participate the “Settembre Musicale” of Torino, playin the “Figures de resonances” from Henri Dutilleux, who was present; in chamber music with “Orchestre de Paris” and “Ensemble Inter Comptemporain’s” soloists.

His concerts lead him in several countries in Europe, Antilles (Martinique), Asia and the United States, where critics unanimously praised his play. Many of them are broadcasted by radio or television. His recordings for the label "Integral Classic" are hailed by critics: Three sonatas for piano (5, 13, 14 & variations on "Molinara") Beethoven Ref. 221 110 - A recital Chopin (Polonaise, Waltzes and Scherzi sonata funeral) Ref. 221 122 and recently the transcription of the "Pastoral" Symphony and An die ferne Geliebte Beethoven by Liszt. Ref. 221 145.

After meeting with the pianist Anne Magadur-Haon in 2007, they jointly founded the four hands duo: "Les Schubertiades”.
In October 2009, he created the Michel Bosc's Concert for Piano and Orchestra n°1 op.232 and the Symphonic Poem "Thomas Mann à Bandol", with Maxilian Fröschl, conductor, and Harmonies d'Orphée Orchestra.       

Jean-Bernard Hupmann is now Professor at the Creteil’s ENMDAD (National school), at school approved Municipal of Sucy-en-Brie and artistic director of "Steinway" competition.

 

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