Ludovic Michel began studying at the Conservatoire National de Région in Nancy where the jury unanimously awarded him First Prize for his interpretation of chamber music in 1986, First Prize for guitar and First Prize for viola in 1988.
He continued studying the guitar, the viola and chamber music under many maestros including F. Benattar, J.F. Schmidlet, J.B. Brunier, D. Walter and M. Bourgue, as well as studying composition (harmony, analysis and counterpoint).
He then continued working with Alexandre Lagoya at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique in Paris where the jury awarded him First Prize for guitar in 1993.
Ludovic has performed as a violist with the most well-known French orchestras: invited to numerous festivals and prestigious concert halls, Ludovic has performed more than a thousand concerts.
In addition, Ludovic has played solo guitar and performed in France and overseas.
He founded the "Sinfonietta de Lorraine" Chamber Orchestra and the Tanguísimo Orchestra and teaches guitar at the Conservatoire National in Paris.
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