Gold medal at the Conservatoire de Versailles at the age of 14, prize of excellence at the Radio France contest “Kingdom of Music” at the age of 16, graduated in several disciplines at the National Conservatory of Music in Paris at the age of 18, Nicolas Celoro has Aldo Ciccolini, Pierre Barbizet, as well as for four years, György Cziffra.
At the age of 16, he was invited by the European Festival of Jeunesses Musicales to perform in Madrid at the Royal Theater, and the following years, for the prestigious Autumn Festival, Monumental Theater and Theater Albeniz. His tours are gradually spreading to many Spanish regions and cities, particularly in Seville, where he plays, among others, several times at the Maestranza Theater, the Auditorium De Falla (Santa Cecilia Festival), as well as for the Primavera festival.
In France, it is regularly heard in the capital, notably at the Salle Gaveau (seasons 2012/2013/2014), but also at UNESCO, at the large auditorium of Radio France, at the Théâtre Grévin, at the Salle Cortot, at the Théâtre de Neuilly, at the Bagatelle Orangery, at the Opéra de Massy, at Espace Carpeaux de Courbevoie, at the André Malraux Theater in Rueil-Malmaison, at the Théâtre “le Sel” in Sèvres, at the “Rutebeuf” theater in Clichy. In the province, many cities invite him: the National Scene of Angoulême or the National Scene of Sète, in the theaters of Melun, Langres, Béziers, Saint Etienne, or in festivals like those of Fénétrange, the “Sommets du Classique” in Crans-Montana in Switzerland, the “Musicales of the Abbey of Bourgueil”, or the “Musicales of the Chartreuse of Sainte Croix en Jarez”, or the festivals of Carcassonne, Bergerac, La Chaise Dieu, Impromptus in Berry, Cultural Summer of Loir et Cher, Nocturnes of the Castle of Wines on Caramy, Cziffra Festival, Festival “the Lady of the alders”, music in Forez, festival “Piano-Passion” at the Theater-Opera of Saint-Etienne, in Uzes, the Château de Lourmarin, the Arsterra Festival, Senlis (Cziffra Foundation), Beauvais, Vaison la Romaine, Orleans (at the Château de Mézières or the Salle de l’Institut), the “Romantic Evenings of the Domaine du Rayol “at the festival” Liszt en Pro Vence “…
In addition, Nicolas Celoro also takes part in original artistic events, uniting simultaneously or alternately, the projection of images, speech, and music that he interprets, composes, or improvises.
His inspiration? “Listen to silence … Let yourself be played by music!”