Laureate of several international competitions including the prestigious ARD of Munich in chamber music, the career of Anne-Lise Gastaldi began in Nice under the leadership of Anne Queffélec before continuing at the National Conservatory of Music and Dance of Paris.
She is the pianist of George Sand Trio. Anne-Lise Gastaldi also forms a four-handed duet with pianist David Saudubray. Their program L’oreille de Proust which gave rise to a CD released in 2015, was chosen as a commemorative event for the centenary of the first war and gave rise to several performances in France and a tour in the United States.
She likes to imagine and perform in original shows, to design records that marry the arts. She has recorded with the actor Michaël Lonsdale and with the singer Juliette, performed with Benoît Poelvoorde and recently with Anny Duperey, Marianne Denicourt and Didier Sandre. She is also at the origin of the show Avant l’heure where afternoon teas ended … with, in particular, comedian Loïc Corbery of the Comédie-Française.
Laureate of the famous program “Villa Medicis Hors les Murs“, she was at the origin, while being the pianist, of the show Escales Romaines which tells the adventures and misadventures of Berlioz, Gounod, Bizet, Debussy … in Italy as Prix de Rome: this show was the subject of a TV report on LCI.
His passion for literature and Proust in particular led him to set up, with Pierre Ivanoff, the Marcel Proust Musical Days, a festival dedicated to the author of In Search of Lost Time, which take place in Cabourg, even years. She is also artistic director of the ClassicaVal festival in Val d’Isère.
The discography of Anne-Lise Gastaldi includes many titles rewarded in Classica, The World of Music, Diapason and Télérama. His latest album, with the George Sand Trio, dedicated to Fanny Mendelssohn was released in October 2016.
Professor of pedagogy at CNSMD in Paris where she is also assistant professor of piano in the class of Florent Boffard, Anne-Lise Gastaldi is also professor of piano at the Regional Conservatory of Paris.
Together with Valérie Haluk, she is at the origin of Piano Project and Univers Parallèles, collections of piano pieces written specifically for students by great composers of our time, including P.Boulez, P.Eötvos, M.Jarrell, G.Kurtag, B.Mantovani, W.Rihm … (Universal Edition). The creation of the first was greeted by France 2, France Culture and Le Monde. The creation of the second collection took place on June 18, 2014 at the Cité de la Musique in Paris with the Louvre Museum as its main partner.
Anne-Lise Gastaldi is a collection director at Editions Billaudot.