Extraordinary soloist and chamber musician whose performing career began while he was still a child.
He became the youngest graduate in the Conservatory of Nice's history at the age of 10.
He came in first at the International Franz Liszt Piano Competition in April 2002.
His family recognized his unusual talent, and he began studying piano when he was three. His first concerts were given at age five.
He opened the Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Bicentenary when he was nine with Concerto No. 5, performing it with the Radio France Philharmonic Orchestra.