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Anne Gastinel Net Worth

Anne Gastinel Net Worth is
$700,000

Anne Gastinel Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Anne Gastinel is a French cellist and professeur. She was born on October 14, 1971 in the town of Tassin-la-Demi-Lune. Tassin-la-Demi-Lune is in the south east of France and is only 3.29 kilometers away from Lyon. The population was less than 25,000 people when she was born there. She has three sisters and one brother. Both of her parents are musicians and passed their passion down to their children. Her father composes pieces and her mother plays the piano.Her musical career started at the age of four when she began playing one of her sister’s cellos as well as began studying the piano and oboe. Her first televised concert with an orchestra was at the age of ten where she was a soloist (1981). One year after her televised solo, Gastinel entered the Lyons Conservatory School to begin her formal music education. At age 15 (1986), Gastinel finished first place in her class at the Musical Conservatory School in Lyon, France. After her time in Lyon she moved on to study at the more advanced National Musical Conservatory in Paris. In Paris her teachers included famous musicians and fellow cellists such as Yo-Yo Ma, Paul Tortelier, and János Starker; all of whom made their impression on her and her musical style.In 1990 Gastinel competed on the Eurovision Tournament in Vienna where she represented France. She has participated in many more international contests since then and has done extremely well in several including the Cheveningen, Prague, and Rostropovich Competitions. Gastinel was the first French artist to reach the finals in the Prague International Competition in forty years and won first place in the International Competition of Scheveningen. By the young age of 18 (1989), this child prodigy had already performed in more than 50 cities all over Europe. Later on she began a world wide solo career. She has traveled worldwide around many different continents such as Europe, Africa, Asia, and the Americas and has won many prizes for her work. She has played at many famous musical halls around the world during her years of touring. Some of the more notable venues are Santori Hall in Tokyo Japan, Victoria Hall in Geneva Switzerland, Berlin Konzerthaus in Germany, the Théâtre des Champs Elysées in Paris France, and Victoria Hall in London England.Gastinel has been awarded many prizes for her performances and albums. She was named “Victore of Music” in all three categories of competition; most inspirational, best track of the year, and soloist of the year. She is the only musician who has completed this feat. She also has received awards early on in her musical career such as “Most Promising Young Talent” in 1994 and Best Recording of the year in 1995 as well as the Prix-Fnac in 1995 and 2000. She was named “Woman of Gold” in 2002 for her work in the performing arts category. In 1997, Gastinel was named the Ambassador of French cello and thus was chosen to play Pablo Casal’s Goffriller cello (valued at 5 million francs) for one year by Pablo Casal’s
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Date Of Birth1971-10-14
ProfessionSoundtrack

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
En mai, fais ce qu'il te plaît2015"No.4, Ständchen From Schwanengesang D.957"

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Les victoires de la musique classique2003-2010TV SeriesHerself
Vivement dimanche2006TV SeriesHerself
13 heures le journal2005TV SeriesHerself

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