Stéphan Aubé began to play the piano aged five.
Subsequently he had ballet lessons for nearly ten years.
He studied with Billy Eidi at the Ecole Normale de Musique in Paris and later with Geneviève Ibanez at the Conservatoire National de Région de Boulogne-Billancourt, where he was unanimously awarded the first prize for piano and his diploma with honors.
He continued his musical studies at the Conservatoire de Paris (CSP) with Pierre Reach and perfected his skills with Jacques Rouvier and Denis Pascal, as well as Paul Meyer and Eric Le Sage (in an advanced course in chamber music).
Additionally, Stéphan Aubé holds the State Diploma for Lyrical and Instrumental Accompaniment.
Performances in which Stéphan Aubé participated:
. Les Anouilhesques (1995) with Bernard Pisani - staged by Alain Germain (Théâtre Copeau, Saint-Etienne - Théâtre de la Pépinière Opéra - Centre Amarante, Paris - Théâtre Montansier, Versailles)
. La Vigie (1997) staged by Betty Berr - Interpretation of excerpts from Wagner's Flying Dutchman
. Don Quixote and co (1997-1998) with Philippe Chassel
. La vie parisienne (1999) under the direction of Godfrey Vujicic (version for an instrumental ensemble)
. Notes de champagne (2004-2005) staged by Alain Germain - Music by Isabelle Aboulker. With Annick Cisaruk, Andreas Jäggi and Gilles Bugeaud (Grand Theatre de Reims and tour of Champagne)
. Fiddler on the Roof (2005-2006 at the Casino de Paris and the Théâtre Le Comédia)
. Le cabaret fait son cinéma, Barbies and friends and Hochzeit auf Probe with Sumse Keil
... and many more performances in France and Germany...
_________________________________________________________________________ Concerts in which Stéphan Aubé performed as a soloist:
. Invited to play as a soloist at an event commemorating the first anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall and attended by the Mayor of Neukölln (Berlin), at the Schloss Britz in Berlin (1990).
The concert was part of a Franco-German exchange.
. Symphonic Dances from West Side Story and Mass by Leonard Bernstein (1995) with the Lamoureux Orchestra under the direction of Yutaka Sado (Salle Pleyel, Paris)
. Concerts at the Musée d'Orsay and the CRAC de Valence with Elisabeth Glab, François Gneri, Marc and Philippe Cuper Desmons.
. Concerts with the mezzo-soprano Amélie Saadia and flautist Silvia Careddu.
Other works includes:
. Creation of the score for Guillaume Connesson for the silent film Greed by Erich von Stroheim (1995).
. Creation of the score for Guillaume Connesson for the film Sunrise by Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau (1999), performed by the Orchestre National d'Ile de France under the direction of Pascal Rophé (Opéra de Massy, Crac de Valence).
Stéphan Aubé also works as a vocal coach (Festival of St Cere, Busted Opera, Opéra de Massy, internships AFDAS, et.c.)
He has been a teacher and accompanist for the opera singing class at the Conservatory of the 17th Arrondissement of Paris for over ten years.
Currently, Stéphan Aubé accompanies the opera singer Julie Kaufmann's class at the University of the Arts Berlin (UdK) and continues to perform in concert, including the recent world Premiere of Gregers Brinch’s Lieder aus Leid with Jardena Flückiger and Jonathan De la Paz Zaens.
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