Arts-Scène Diffusion

Jean-Luc Ho


photo Neo Tony Lee
photo Kerstin Schwarz
Photo Laureen Keravec
photo Ken Yoshida

Jean-Luc Ho organ & harpsichord

Jean-Luc Ho has been studying music for more than fifteen years. He now gives concerts on the harpsichord, organ, clavichord, and ensemble. On a daily basis, his many friends - builders, researchers, musicians, and craftspeople - facilitate and inspire his work. 

Bach, Couperin, Sweelinck, and Byrd are among his first solo recordings (France Musique choice, Diapason découverte, 5 diapasons, Choc Classica). 

He was one of the founders of "L'Art de la Fugue," working on the restoration, installation, and augmentation of a historic Castilian organ from 1768 in the church of Fresnes from 2006 to 2016. He was a replacement organist at St Germain des Prés in Paris from 2006 to 2016. 

His residencies at the Bach en Combrailles festival (2017-2019) and the Royaumont Abbey (since 2018) provide him with the ideal environment in which to study Couperin's Nations and Masses; the Art of the Fugue, the Musical Offering, and Bach's Goldberg Variations. 

From 2004 to 2011, he taught harpsichord at the Franconville Music School. He now teaches during workshops or masterclasses for Embarquement Immédiat, the Royaumont Foundation, the Dieppe keyboard academy, Clavecin en France... For more than ten years, he has also taught for the general public at the Musée de la Musique - Philharmonie de Paris. He will take over as professor of "tuning, settings, and temperaments" at the Paris Conservatoire CNSMDP in 2021, succeeding Émile Jobin. 

Jean-Luc Ho has worked with the ensembles Les Meslanges, La Guilde des Mercenaires, and Le Petit Trianon.

December 2021

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