Amaury Viduvier is in residence at Singer Polignac Foundation since 2014. He is also 2nd Prize of Debussy Competition and “Révélation Classique ADAMI” in 2015.
Amaury Viduvier was born in an artists family and starts clarinet at 8. Since his youngest age, Amaury is supported by his father, who is also clarinetist. Then, clarinet appears like a revelation for him.
Soon, success seems to smile on him. He wins his first competition at 12 and many others prizes in these years (Bellan, UFAM…).
In 2008, he’s awarded the first grand prize at the European Music Competition in Picardy. His brillants studies at CRR de Paris with Richard Vieille and Franck Amet are crowned by a “Premier Prix de Perfectionnement”.
Then in 2010, Amaury enters Paris Conservatoire (CNSM) while he is only 19, in Pascal Moragues and Jean-François Verdier’s class.
Again, in 2012, Amaury’s excellence is rewarded when he wins the “Yamaha Young Foundation of Europe” competition. Amaury is invited to perform in several festivals such as Messiaen festival, festival de Pâques and Août musical in Deauville, Point-croix festival, Pablo Casals festival, Septembre musical de L’Ornes, Debussy festival, Escapades musicales du bassin d’arcachon, Jeunes Talents festival and festival de la Vézère… where he shares the stage with renowned musicians like Antoine Tamestit, Amaury Coeytaux, François Salque, Lise Berthaud, Guillaume Vincent, Adrien La Marca, Jérôme Ducros, Quatuor Hermès, Quatuor Modigliani, Quatuor Girard, Jonas Vitaud, Pierre Fouchenneret, Ismaël Margain, Adrien Boisseau…
He is also often invited by France Musique broadcasts.
Chamber music is also a big part of Amaury’s musician life, that’s why he started Ouranos Ensemble. Amaury goes one step further in 2014 in winning 2nd prize of the great Debussy International Competition held in Paris.
A recording has been released by B Records with Jonas Vitaud, Hermès quartet and Ouranos Ensemble.