1965-1975: Piano and organ at the Conservatory of Mulhouse (Alsace)
diplomas: Première Médaille d’Or in organ (First Prize for Organ) and Licence de solfège  
1973-1978 studies in organ, improvisation, harmony, counterpoint and fugue with Jean Langlais in Paris, who dedicated him 1979 one of his organ compositions (“Noël N°3 avec variations“).
Often he accompanied Langlais on concert tours as an assistant and as co-performer in concerts for four hands and four feet.  
1978-1981 studies in Musicology at the Université des Sciences Humaines, Strasbourg diploma: DEUG en musicology (Associate’s Degree in musicology)  
1978-1982 studies in Organ and Improvisation: Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris (in the class of Rolande Falcinelli)
diploma: 1982 Premier Prix d’orgue (First Prize for Organ)  
Further studies with Alain Langrée, André Marchal and masterclasses with Lionel Rogg, Jean Guillou, Guy Bovet, Marie-Claire Alain (and piano studies with Jean Boucly and Hélène Boschi).
 Artistic formation  
 1975 First Prize for Organ at the Conservatory in Mulhouse
1982 First Prize with Honours unanimously from the Jury of the International Competition in Paris
 1982 First Prize for Organ from the National Conservatory of Paris.  
renowned soloist performer in numerous European countries and Japan  
Organ recitals in Europa and Japan; debut performances of contemporary works  
Artistic director of different concert series in Strasbourg and of projects around the organ  
 Jury member of international competitions  
 Author of many transcriptions for organ  
1979-2003 Titular Organist in St. Jean, Mulhouse
2010-2015 Titular Organist in St. Guillaume, Strasbourg  
since 2004 Titular Organist of the historical J.A. Silbermann organ (1741), St. Thomas Church, Strasbourg  
 Guest Professor at international Master Classes or Organ Academies (for interpretation as well as for improvisation)  
1993-2009 Professor of Organ and Piano at conservatories in the Grand Est (Mulhouse, Mirecourt, Épinal)
replacement professorship of Bernhardt Marx at the Hochschule für Kirchenmusik, Rottenburg, (Winter semester 2005/2006)
2000 Professor of Organ at the Conservatory of Strasbourg
∙      2012 he was appointed University Professor of Organ and Improvisation at the Académie Supérieure de Musiqueof Strasbourg (Haute École des Arts du Rhin – HEAR; 2020 professeur d’enseignement artistique hors classe / titulaire)
he also teaches organ at the Musikhochschule of Freiburg i. Br. (since summer semester 2021)

Concerto in A minor for 4 harpsichords BWV 1065 | J.S. BACH  Transcription for organ: © Daniel MAURER 2016

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