Jean Dominique Pasquet

Jean Pasquet

Jean Pasquet


Born in Kérity-Paimpol (Côtes d’Armor) in 1951, Jean-Dominique Pasquet began his musical studies at the age of five. Attracted by the organ, he continued his musical training at the Ecole Normale de Musique in Paris and at the Institute of Musicology at the Sorbonne.

Appointed organist at the age of 19, who was the titular organist of the Val de Grâce church, then of the Temple du Saint-Esprit in Paris, he left the gallery only in 1978 to devote himself to teaching, concerts and composition. .

Jean-Dominique Pasquet was professor of music theory at the Ecole Normale de Musique in Paris from 1975 to 1985, then of the History of Music and Dance at the National Conservatory of Music of Paris from 1979 to 1990. Since In 1981, he became Professor of Music Analysis at the Ecole Normale de Musique in Paris.

As a composer, Jean-Dominique Pasquet has written many pieces for Organ (Twelve Sketches, Paraphrases on Breton Songs, Partita for Advent, Rhapsody of Christmas, …) , for Piano (Little Suite, Four Preludes, …) , for Voice and Organ (Salve Regina, Our Father, …) . He collaborates as a composer in the journal Sacred Music – The Organist and the magazine of the Federation Music and Song of the Reformation. Since 1992, Jean-Dominique Pasquet is also musical advisor, then vice-president of the Association of Friends of Art Marcel Dupré. 

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