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of the Orchestre de Paris 

The Wind Quintet of the Orchestre de Paris is a formation that emerged from the Orchestre de Paris, which was founded in 1967 by Charles Munch and heir of the famous Society of Conservatoire Concerts since 1828.

The Wind Quintet of the Orchestre de Paris offers a wide repertoire ranging from Mozart to Ligeti, with a special affinity for the French repertoire. The CD of the Complete Chamber Music for Winds by Camille Saint-Saëns, recorded by the Quintet collaborating with French pianist Laurent Wagschal, was selected in the category "Best Recording" at Victoires de la Musique 2011, at the same time André Cazalet was nominated as best soloist of the year and Philippe Berrod was Guest of Honour of the ceremony. The Quintet regularly performs with Laurent Wagschal as a Sextet.


Vincent Lucas
Principal flute of the Orchestre de Paris

Assitant professor at the Paris Conservatory (CNSMDP)

Principal professor at Region of Paris National Conservatoire (CNR) 

Alexandre Gattet
Principal oboe of the Orchestre de Paris 

André Cazalet
Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres

Principal horn of the Orchestre de Paris

Professor at the CNSMDP


Marc Trénel
Principal bassoon of the Orchestre de Paris

Philippe Berrod

Principal clarinet of the Orchestre de Paris

Principal professor at the CNSMDP

Artistic advisor for Henri SELMER Paris

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