Hailed by the Washington Post as a “young artist showing maturity and elegance,” French pianist Olivier Moulin studied with Eric Heidsieck and Géry Moutier at the National Conservatory of Music in Lyon where he obtained a first award unanimously and with the congratulations of the jury. After a training course at the same institution, he continued his education in Austria at the Salzburg Mozarteum in the classes of Karl-Heinz Kämmerling and Clemens Hagen where he was awarded the “Master of Arts” with the highest honors. Throughout his studies, he also enjoys the enlightened advice of masters such as Aldo Ciccolini, Yvonne Loriod-Messiaen, Jacques Rouvier, Jean-Francois Heisser, Sergio Perticaroli …
Noticed in a contest organized by Radio-France where he won the first prize of the Kingdom of Music, Olivier Moulin is also laureate of the international competition Epinal, the price of Jeunesses Musicales de France, Maurice Ravel International Academy … He also receives the support of the Société Générale Musical Mécénat and the “Déclic” program of the Institut Français to promote young French musicians abroad.
He is the guest of major international festivals (La Roque d’Anthéron, Montpellier and Radio France, Lille Clef de Soleil, Pianos folies of Le Touquet, Lyrical Days of Chartres, Divonne, Sully-sur-Loire, Vézère, Crossings in China, Virtuosi Festival in Brazil …) and performs in prestigious venues: in France (Grand Auditorium of Radio-France, Salle Gaveau, Salle Cortot, Unesco, Auditorium of the Louvre, Operas of Lyon and Avignon, Cloister of the Jacobins of Toulouse, Theater of the Varieties of Monaco, Arsenal of Metz …), in Europe (Germany, Austria, Belgium, Spain, Norway, Portugal, Slovakia, Switzerland, Turkey …), in Asia (Japan, China, South Korea), as well as on the American continent (United States, Brazil, Mexico). His concerts are regularly broadcast by radio and television in France and abroad. Olivier Moulin made his American debut in Washington DC in 2014, where he gave a recital dedicated to Rameau, Debussy, Ravel.
He has also collaborated with several orchestras: the National Orchestra of Lorraine, the Orchestral Ensemble of Montbéliard, the Wuhan Philharmonic Orchestra (China), the Camerata de Coahuila (Mexico) … His passion for chamber music has brought to share the stage with many artists like David Guerrier, the Fine Arts Quartet, the soloists of the Philharmonic of Radio-France, Bertrand Chamayou, Jérôme Dorival … During the year 2010, he participated, alongside Eve Ruggieri, at conferences / concerts around the life of Frederic Chopin.
His first solo CD, dedicated to Franz Liszt, was released in October 2011 under the AmeSon / Codaex label.