Stanislas Gosset

An inquisitive and creative violinist, Stanislas Gosset leads a rich career as a concert artist. He performs on prestigious stages in France (Grande Salle de la Philharmonie de Paris, Auditorium de la Seine Musicale, Salle Cortot) and internationally (Shanghai Oriental Art Center, Bozar in Brussels, Salle Franz Liszt in Geneva, Jerusalem University of Arts, Franz Liszt Academy in Budapest, Schoenberg Center in Vienna, etc.). He shares the stage with musicians such as Ophélie Gaillard, Philippe Graffin, Marie-Josèphe Jude, Christian-Pierre Lamarca, Geneviève Laurenceau, Stephan MacLeod, Cédric Pescia, Gabriel Pidoux, Vassilena Serafimova, Marianna Shirinyan and others. As a soloist with orchestra, he has performed with the Orchestre de l’Opéra de Rouen Normandie, the Juventutti Orchestra, the Geidai University Orchestra (Tokyo), the Geneva HEM Orchestra and the Cordes et Pics Festival Orchestra, under conductors such as Kazuki Sawa, Jean-Marc Phillips-Varjabédian and Chloe Rooke.

He founded the Trio Ernest in 2019 with Natasha Roque Alsina, piano, and Clément Dami, cello. Their first recording, Haydn All-Stars, released in 2024 on the Aparté label, has won praise from the international press (Gramophone Editor’s Choice, Trophée Radio Classique, 5 diapasons).

Active in the field of contemporary music, he is one of the dedicatees of Carlos Roque Alsina’s “Trio 2019”, as well as Alain Besson’s “Ce double de mon être” for violin and piano, which he will record in December 2023 for the Coriolan label. He plays regularly with the Lemanic Modern Ensemble.

In 2015, as a production and artistic direction enthusiast, he creates the chamber music festival “Les fieffés Musiciens”, in the Cotentin region in Northwestern France. Renowned for the “ingenious audacity” of its programming (La presse de la Manche, October 2020), the festival soon found its place in the rich French musical landscape.

Stanislas studied at the Haute École de Musique de Genève in Marie-Annick Nicolas and Gabor Takacs-Nagy’s classes. He went on to perfect his skills at the Académie Jaroussky with Geneviève Laurenceau, at the Queen Elisabeth Chapel in the chamber music class of the Artemis Quartet and Corina Belcea, and at the Hochschule der Künste Bern in the chamber music class of Patrick Jüdt.