My parents are literally met in the Orchester Nationale du Capitole. My mother still plays it. And I grew up in this orchestra. Aurélien Gignoux, Toulouse musician.
With l’National Capitol Orchestra, Aurelien Gignoux occurs on the stage of the Halle aux Grains in Toulouse this Saturday, October 2 2021 at 6:00 p.m. for a happy hour with the Orient which he shares with Kerem Hasan, a young British chef. On the program this Saturday: Four Variations for vibraphone and ensemble by Toulouse-based Philippe Hurel. A concerto full of colors, groove and jazz, very accessible. “Revelation soloist instrumental” of the Victoires de la musique classique 2021 on France 3, Aurelien Gignoux, the Toulouse percussionist, is the guest ofAlban Forlot in “Blue Circuit, Culture Side” on France Bleu Occitanie.
At the age of 4 he started percussion. Aurélien Gignoux spent his entire career at the Toulouse Conservatory until the age of 17. A passage through Bordeaux and then Paris, he has just finished his studies. At 24, he did a lot of concerts this summer in France, Switzerland and Belgium. Soon, he will participate in Renaud Capuçon’s “New Horizons” festival in Aix-en-Provence. The Toulouse prodigy becomes a soloist in the Ensemble Intercontemporain in Paris from mid-November.