Lachat Marc

Marigaux Oboe 2001

Lachat Marc

Born in 1987, Marc Lachat starts studying oboe in Alsace with Christophe le Divenah and  Sébastien Giot before entering the Paris Conservatoire (Jean-Claude Jaboulay et Michel Benet)  where he graduated in oboe with the unanimous congratulations from the jury in 2007.

The year after, he joins as first named the Paris Conservatoire in the class of Jacques Tys and Frederic Tardy with whom he still continues his studies.

He is passionated about orchestra music which leads him to take part in youth orchestras such as the l’Orchestre Français des Jeunes in 2007 and the Youth Orchestra of Schleswig-Holstein in 2009.

This will allow him to repeatedly play the Bach Double Concerto with soloistFrank PeterZimmermann.

In 2009, he wins First Prize unanimously designed during the Festival Musical d’Automne de Jeunes Interprètes and is also awarded for the best contemporary interpretation, which gives him the opportunity to perform as soloist in six different concertos six in and around Paris.

After a semifinal at the Geneva International Competition (2010), he distinguishes himself with a third prize at the International ARD Competition (Munich) in 2011.

After playing several months as co-soloist in the Orchestra of Tours in 2009, he takes the place of oboe soloist in the Orchestre Philharmonique de Monte-Carlo in January 2010.

Three years later, he is appointed principal oboe in the Basel Symphony Orchestra.