Manon Lepauvre

Manon Lepauvre (France, b. 1992) began music by playing the transverse flute, before joining the conservatories of Laval (France) and the 9th arrondissement of Paris. She quickly showed an interest in composition work. In 2012, she joined Marco Suarez’s composition class. She then trained at the CRR d’Aubervilliers, at the CNSMD de Lyon with Martin Matalon, and then at the Conservatoire de Paris (Cnsmdp) in Frédéric Durieux’s class.

Since 2019, she has received commissions from Compagnie Cadéëm, Sillages, Multilatérale, Écoute, 2E2M, Intercontemporain ensembles, the Aeolina Quartet, Concert Impromptu, and the Association des Amis de la Philharmonie. She also creates shows for young audiences, mixing different arts (dance, theater, video).