|Marc-Olivier Dupin: Fantasia on arias from "La Traviata"||Composer||1995|
Marc-Olivier Dupin，A French composer born August 30, 1954 in Paris.
A violinist by training, Marc-Olivier Dupin entered the Paris Conservatory in 1972, obtaining several prizes. Devoting much time to pedagogical missions, being the director of such institutions as, notably, the Paris Conservatory (1993-2000) and advisor from 2000 to 2002 to Jack Lang, minister for national education, Marc-Olivier Dupin at the same time wrote many transcriptions and teaching pieces (Le chœur a ses raisons, 1999; Dance du Zgrhh et du Oumff, 2011). He has also written music for interdisciplinary projects for the theatre (Tartuffe, 2009), silent cinema (Monte Cristo, 2006), the documentary film, ballet (Les enfants du Paradis, 2008) and opera (La Pension du Diable, 1997). Director of the Orchestre National d’Île-de-France (2002-2008), he subsequently headed France Musique as well as the music department of Radio France until February 2011, when he decided to devote himself solely to composition and to his publishing house, Tsipka Dripka, founded in 2004.