Quintet of the Opera Paris

Iris Daverio (flute)

With a rich background in prestigious conservatories and notable orchestral experiences, this flutist has carved a remarkable path in the classical music scene. Beginning his studies at the Paris Conservatoire in 2011 and continuing at the Lyon Conservatoire since 2019, he has honed his craft under the guidance of esteemed instructors.

As a guest performer, he has graced the stages of renowned institutions such as the Opéra National de Montpellier, the Orchestre du Capitole de Toulouse, the Opéra National de Lyon, and the Orchestre National de Lyon. His talent has also been recognized internationally, as he joined the esteemed Gustav Mahler Youth Orchestra for consecutive seasons in 2020, 2021, and 2022.

An integral member of the Daphnis Chamber Ensemble, he contributed to the ensemble's innovative productions, including a musical drama inspired by Pictures at an Exhibition, presented at the Opéra National de Lyon. Additionally, he has showcased his expertise as a guest principal with esteemed orchestras like the Orchestre National de Montpellier, Orchestre National de Toulouse, and Orchestre National de Lyon.

In January 2023, his outstanding musicianship led to his appointment as principal flute of the prestigious Paris Opera Orchestra, marking a significant milestone in his flourishing career. With his exceptional talent and dedication to musical excellence, he continues to inspire audiences and fellow musicians alike.

Philippe Jorge (oboe)

With a distinguished career spanning over several decades, this accomplished oboist has made significant contributions to the world of classical music. Joining the esteemed Paris Opera Orchestra in 2008, he currently holds the prestigious position of principal solo oboist, showcasing his exceptional talent and artistry on one of the most prominent stages in the classical music world.

His musical journey began with studies at the Conservatories of Nice, Cannes, and Toulon, laying the foundation for his future success. Eager to further his education, he pursued advanced studies in Saluzzo, Italy, and Prague, enriching his musical knowledge and skills. Under the tutelage of renowned oboist Maurice Bourgue at the Conservatory of Music in Geneva, he attained the highest accolades in solo and chamber music, a testament to his dedication and talent.

Throughout his career, he has garnered acclaim for his virtuosic oboe performances, captivating audiences around the world. As a finalist in the 4th Tokyo International Oboe Competition in 1994, he demonstrated his exceptional musical abilities on the international stage. He has graced the stages of prestigious orchestras such as the Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, Orchestre de Lyon, Orchestre de Paris, and Orchestre National de France, collaborating with esteemed conductors including Riccardo Muti, Kurt Masur, Pierre Boulez, and Esa-Pekka Salonen.

In 2020, he showcased his prowess as a soloist with the Orchestre National de Paris, further solidifying his reputation as a versatile and accomplished musician. Additionally, he is a founding member of the Wind Arts Orchestra, an ensemble comprised of renowned musicians from some of France's most prestigious orchestras, showcasing his commitment to collaborative musical endeavors.

With his exceptional talent, profound musicality, and dedication to his craft, he continues to inspire audiences and fellow musicians alike, leaving an indelible mark on the classical music landscape.



Alexandre Chabot (clarinet)

With a career marked by remarkable achievements and contributions to the world of classical music, this talented clarinetist has earned acclaim for his exceptional skill and artistry. Born in 1976, he embarked on his musical journey with a passion for the clarinet that would lead him to numerous accolades and prestigious positions.

His musical education took shape at the renowned Conservatoire de Paris, where he distinguished himself by winning the Premier Prix unanimously in 1996 under the guidance of esteemed mentors such as Paul Meyer and Eric Lesage. His talent and dedication were further recognized through awards at prestigious competitions, including a prize at the Toulon International Competition, third place at the UFAM International Music Competition in Paris, and second place at the Jean-Français International Music Competition.

Combining his performance career with a commitment to education, he has served as a dedicated educator at the Conservatoire de l'Evre since 1997 and at the Conservatoire de Paris in the 12th arrondissement since 2006. His passion for teaching allows him to impart his knowledge and experience to the next generation of musicians, nurturing their talents and shaping future clarinetists.

In 1999, he received a prestigious invitation from Marc Minkowski to join the Louvre Grenoble Court Orchestra as a principal player, marking a significant milestone in his career. His versatility extends to chamber music, where he seamlessly transitions between modern and period instruments, showcasing his adaptability and musical depth.

Building on his early successes, he went on to hold notable positions, serving as the associate principal clarinet soloist of the Paris Garde République before assuming the role of associate principal clarinet soloist of the esteemed Orchestre National de Paris in 2004. In this capacity, he continues to captivate audiences with his virtuosic performances and unwavering dedication to his craft, solidifying his place as one of the foremost clarinetists of his generation.

 Theo Sarrazin (Bassoon)


Theo Sarrazin, a virtuoso bassoonist, embarked on his musical journey with a passion for the French bassoon, honing his skills at the Caen Regional Conservatory. His exceptional talent quickly gained recognition, as evidenced by his early success at the tender age of 10 when he clinched a prize at the Young French Bassoonist Competition.

At just 17 years old, Theo set his sights on further musical excellence and entered the prestigious Conservatoire de Paris, where he had the privilege of studying under the esteemed guidance of Gilbert Audin. Under Audin's mentorship, Theo's talent flourished, paving the way for his remarkable achievements in the years to come.

By the age of 20, Theo's musical prowess had already garnered acclaim on the international stage, as evidenced by his outstanding performance at a prestigious competition for young musicians, which earned him a diploma of excellence. This early recognition served as a testament to his dedication and commitment to his craft.

Throughout his career, Theo has graced the stages of renowned orchestras, showcasing his exceptional artistry and musicianship. From performances with the Caen Orchestra to collaborations with esteemed ensembles such as the Monte Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra, the Orchestre National de France, and the Luxembourg Philharmonic Orchestra, Theo's dynamic performances have captivated audiences worldwide.

Since 2017, Theo has held the position of second bassoonist at the Montpellier Opera Orchestra, where he continues to contribute his exceptional talent to the ensemble's rich musical tapestry. In 2018, he ascended to the esteemed role of principal solo bassoonist at the prestigious Paris Opera Orchestra, further solidifying his status as a leading figure in the world of classical music.

With his profound musicality, technical mastery, and unwavering dedication to his craft, Theo Sarrazin continues to enchant audiences and inspire fellow musicians, leaving an indelible mark on the world of bassoon performance.


Vladimir Dubois (horn)

Vladimir Dubois, a distinguished horn player, hails from Marseille, where his musical journey began. Born in 1979, he embarked on his path to musical excellence at the Conservatoire de Paris, where he pursued three specialized subjects, showcasing his multifaceted talent and dedication to his craft.

In 2001, Vladimir's remarkable skill and artistry led to his appointment as the principal solo horn of the esteemed Paris Opera Orchestra, marking a significant milestone in his career. Since then, he has graced the stage alongside renowned artists such as David Grimal, Jean-Marc Luisada, and Paul Meyer, demonstrating his versatility and musical prowess in solo and chamber music performances.

Beyond his orchestral engagements, Vladimir has made significant contributions to music education, serving as a professor at the Paris Regional Conservatory since 2002. His passion for nurturing the next generation of musicians is evident in his commitment to teaching and mentoring aspiring horn players.

Vladimir's dedication to his craft extends to the realm of contemporary music, where he has collaborated on the production of works by notable composers such as Benjamin Athaire, Dominique Lemaitre, Eric Abecassis, and Marc-Olivier Dupin. His involvement in contemporary music reflects his adventurous spirit and willingness to explore new musical horizons.

In addition to his classical pursuits, Vladimir is also an accomplished jazz musician, having shared the stage with esteemed jazz artists including Antoine Hervé, Jean-Pierre Como, and Wynton Marsalis. His ability to seamlessly navigate between genres is a testament to his versatility and musicianship.

Throughout his illustrious career, Vladimir Dubois has left an indelible mark on the world of music, captivating audiences with his exceptional talent, passion, and commitment to artistic excellence. Whether performing on the concert stage or sharing his knowledge with the next generation of musicians, Vladimir continues to inspire and uplift through his music.


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