Stéphane Causse


Stéphane Causse studied at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris, where he had first prize in violin and chamber music in 1988 and 1989. He then continued advanced studies at the Rotterdam Conservatory and won the following prizes:

The Special Jury Prize at the international competition Lipizer, Gorizia (Italy) in 1990 for the interpretation of a 20th century work of virtuosity.

The Special Jury Prize at the International Competition of Pretoria (South Africa) for the contemporary work imposed.

6th Prize at the International Competition Vianna da Motta in Lisbon (Portugal).

Stéphane Causse has studied with famous french violinists like Gérard Jarry, Jean-Claude Bernède, Gérard Poulet and Jean-Jacques Kantorow.

He obtained the CA (pedagogy diploma) at the age of twenty years and taught in many french national schools.

Stéphane Causse is a member of the orchestra of the Opéra National de Paris and has performed as a soloist and in chamber music groups, he regularly makes recordings for Radio France.

Stéphane Causse was born in 1967.