After the release of her first Debussy album in March 2018, Elodie Vignon recorded a new one (Label Cypres) included the piano Sonata and the three Preludes of Henri Dutilleux.
She commissioned a piece to Claude Ledoux, Surgir, which opens the second album.
On 14th February, she released this second opus during the prestigious Flagey Piano
Days Festival in Brussels.
As an artist in residence of the Bell’arte foundation for 9 years, created by Nelson
Delle-Vigne Fabbri, Elodie Vignon enjoys an extending her activity as a soloist and chamber music in both Europe and the USA. Mrs. Vignon has played as a soloist and under direction of such distinguished conductors such as Ramon Tebar or Philippe Entremont, and notably
has performed both Frédéric Chopin’s Concerti for piano at the Palm Beach International
After the classical studies in Lyon (Conservatoire Régional de Lyon), Vignon obtained a Gold Medal in 2001. She moved to Brussels to study with Daniel Blumenthal (Koninklijk
Conservatorium Brussels), where she obtained two Master degrees (piano and chamber
music) with a special mention. Consequently, Elodie was invited by many music festivals through Europe, and studied intensely with Nelson Delle-Vigne Fabbri, an exceptional
artist who inherited from his masters Claudio Arrau and Georges Cziffra a deep knowledge
of the repertoire, great pedagogical skill and unusual generosity
To present her albums, over the last 2 years, Mrs. Vignon has performed all over the globe : France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Italy, Spain, North Carolina, Florida, Christ Church
Cathedral of Montreal, as well as the Steinway Hall of New York City.
Vignon is regularly invited as a guest teacher (Clichy-la Garenne Conservatory,
Villefranche Sur Saône Conseravtory, Suzuki Workshop in Brussels, Doudlange
Conservatory in Luxembourg, MusicA Braine in Belgium, International Piano Masterclass Festival of Manilla, BAK Middle School in Florida…).