Pianist & Conductor
Born in Kiev, Ukraine, Eugène Carmona began his piano studies at ten years old in Paris. A few years later, he won the Steinway Competition in Paris. He pursues his studies with eminent teachers such as Claudio Chainquin and Igor Lazko (who formed him with Russian school techniques).
Furthermore, Eugène Carmona works with Gabriel Tacchino - the unique student of Francis Poulenc- and Abdel Rahman El Bacha - First prize of Queen Elizabeth's Competition. Since 2011, he works with Pascal Godart. He obtained his master degree at La Haute École de Musique de Lausanne.
Instantly after his arrival in Lausanne, Eugène Carmona was invited to teach in l'Ecole de Musique du Mont-sur-Lausanne and shortly becomes the Adjoin Director.
He pursues equally his master studies of Conducting in La Haute Ecole de Musique de Lausanne. He works with many conductors ,such as Philippe Cambreling, the winner of the concours international de direction d'orchestre de Besançon and Florian Ziemen. Ever since, Eugène Carmona conducts many projects for orchestra and choirs in Switzerland and France. As the conductor of Fanfare d'Estavayer-le-lac, He also forms the Sinfonia Orchestra based in Lausanne, Switzerland.
Eugène Carmona is actively sharing his musical experiences in solo, chamber music and orchestral concerts, festivals and pedagogic activities. His list of repertoires spread widely from baroque to today's music as a soloist, accompaniment, and ensemble piano player.