Hector Burgan won the distinction of Master in the « Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris » in June 2016, under Philippe Graffin’s class.

A few months later, he took Master Classes with Augustin Dumay, at Villecroze Academy.

Hector gave many solo recitals ; he played Tchaikovsky violin concerto with the Philharmonie Baden-Baden, and with the Nouvelles Portées Ensemble in Paris.

In the big hall of « La Seine Musicale » in Paris, during the Gala of the Jaroussky academy, he performed the Thaïs Meditation with the Appassionato Ensemble.

 

In chamber music, he’s sharing the stage with Victoria Jung, Julian Rachlin, Théo Fouchenneret, Michel Portal, the La Marca brothers, Geneviève Laurenceau, Philippe Bernold, Jodyline Gallavardin.

Main concerts at the Berliner Philharmonie, Berlin Konzerthaus, Berlin Staatsoper, Zermatt Music Festival, la Vézère Festival, Paris Philharmonie, Alger Opera, Palazzetto Bru Zane, Teatro Colon, Musikverein...

 

He was invited to « Générations Jeunes Interprètes » radio show on France Musique. Without forgetting his French roots, but fascinated by the language and the power of German music, he has been accepted into Berlin’s Staatskapelle Orchestra Academy until 2019, under the leading of Maestro Daniel Barenboim. He participated to the recording of the four Brahms Symphonies (Deutsche Grammophon).

 

With his piano trio, the Harma trio, they won a unanimous 1st prize at the Antonio Bertolini International Chamber Music Competition in Cremona, and a 2nd prize and the « Champagne Mailliard Scolarship » at the European FNAPEC Competition.

 

Hector is laureate of many violin international competitions. He also was awarded two prizes in Ravel International Academy, and the Saschko Gawriloff prize in Carl Flesh Academy in Baden-Baden...

 

He is accepted in Artist Diploma under the class of Carolin Widmann in Leipzig’s Hochschule, and he will play chamber music concerts into the Villa Musica Foundation in Mainz.

 

He is supported by the Safran Foundation and the Adami.

Violinist