Pianist Franck Sauvignon moved from Paris to London in 2015 to study with Professor Norma Fisher at the Royal College of Music, as a Stanbridge Drake-Brockman Scholar and RCM Award Holder supported by a Kenneth and Violet Scott Scholarship. He holds both a Bachelor of Music with honours and a Master of Performance degree in Piano.
Franck regularly performs in venues around France, the UK and beyond and has participated in various masterclasses and festivals with renowned pianists of the French piano tradition such as Bruno Rigutto, Laurent Cabasso, George Pludermacher and Fernando Rossano. While in France, he underwent training at Paris Regional Conservatoire and at the Ecole Normale de Musique Alfred Cortot.
His curiosity and will to collaborate with his peers also leads him to perform as a chamber musician, and he is a proficient orchestral keyboards player, participating to several world premiers.
One of his recent highlights include an invitation to perform at the Amphitheatre Richelieu of the Paris-Sorbonne University, and a Middle East debut with performances in Abu Dhabi as part of a project centred on French classical music.
Franck is furthermore an experienced piano teacher who loves to convey his passion for music, with a proven track record of successes amongst his students.