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Biography

Born in 1997, Lucile Dollat has already received awards in several international competitions: Grand Prize and Audience Prize at the André Marchal International Organ Competition - Gaston Litaize (Paris, 2017), City of Angers Prize and Special Mention for the best performance of work in creation (Laurent Petitgirard) at the Jean-Louis Florentz International organ Competition - Academy of Fine Arts (Angers, 2017), Second Prize ex-aequo at the “Pierre de Manchicourt” International Organ Competition (Bethune, SaintOmer, 2016). After studying with Éric Lebrun and Pierre Pincemaille, she joined the Paris Conservatory in 2016. In 2018 she earned her degree in organ performance and a Harmony award. She is currently studying organ, improvisation and writing in the classes of Michel Bouvard, Olivier Latry, Thierry Escaich, Laszlo Fassang, Jean-Baptiste Courtois and Fabien Waksman. Lucile performs regularly as a soloist and with various musical groups. As such, she was able to perform with the Ensemble Intercontemporain under the direction of Matthias Pintscher at the Paris Philharmonic (Coro, Luciano Berio), with the Chamber Orchestra of Paris under the direction of Rinaldo Alessandrini at the Festival de Saint-Denis (Exultate Jubilate, W.A.M. Mozart), with the Madrigal of Paris (Pierre Calmelet) and the Chamber Choir of Île-de-France (Jean-Sébastien Veysseyre)... Lucile is the titular organist of the Cavaillé-Coll organ of Notre-Dame de la Gare (Paris XIIIe), organist of the great historical organ of Notre-Dame des Vertus (Aubervilliers) and substitute organist of the great John Abbey symphonic organ of the Saint Vincent de Paul church (Clichy).