French pianist Julien Quentin has appeared at the Concertgebouw (Amsterdam), Wigmore Hall (London), Louvre (Paris), Baden-Baden Festspielhaus, Berlin Philharmonie, Gewandhaus (Leipzig), Konzerthaus (Vienna), Mariinsky Theatre (Saint Petersburg), in Avery Fisher, Alice Tully and Carnegie Hall in New York. He has recorded for EMI, Channel Classics, Sony RCA, Hungaroton and Decca.
Julien Quentin started his studies at the Geneva Conservatory with Alexis Golovine, received his Artist Diploma under Emile Naoumoff at Indiana University, and graduated from the Juilliard School, studying with György Sándor. With 'Musica Litoralis' at the Piano Salon Christophori in Berlin, he has created a successful concert series reminiscent of the salons of the Roaring Twenties. With visual artists, he explores new artistic visions bringing various art forms together.
He also pursues his interest in other genres of music, collaborating with pianists Kelvin Sholar, Kaan Bulak and Francesco Tristano, and producers Adrien de Maublanc and Cesar Merveille. Julien Quentin's projects range from improvisation to producing electronic music, most notably within their new projects Midiminuit & Les Coeurs Brisés.