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Gregoire Blanc

Grégoire Blanc is a young French musician, mostly known for his work involving the theremin - this very unusual musical instrument invented in the 1920s by the brilliant Russian scientist, Лев Термен. Holding two Master’s Degrees, one from the leading engineering school of Arts et Métiers and another one in sciences applied to music offered at Sorbonne University by IRCAM he decided to pursue a career in music. With its characteristic sound and its astonishing expressivity, the theremin has a huge potential, from classical music to contemporary creations, film scores, etc. Grégoire Blanc is renowned as a promising artist, and is regularly invited to perform in various contexts: orchestral performances, classical concerts, lectures, studio recordings, all around the world, from Canada to Kazakhstan.