Biography of Musica Bella Orchestra member Christophe Gillet

Christophe Gillet, horn, was principal horn of the Columbia University Orchestra and the New York Youth Symphony; was a member of the National Guild Youth Symphony and The Chautauqua Youth Symphony; and was a founding member of Columbia’s Bach Society. He was a finalist in both the Enrico Fermi and Sarah Lawrence Concerto Competitions, and was awarded the Westchester Music Teacher’s Scholarship, Columbia’s Dolon Prize for excellence in Music, and The Brook and Rappaport fellowship to study at the Brevard Music Festival. He has studied with Bill Purvis of Juilliard, Scott Temple of the New York City Opera, and Karen Froehlich.
    Christophe was the horn soloist in Musica Bella’s twin performances of the Sinfonia Concertante on our All-Mozart concerts in May 2005.


Musica Bella concerts: June 2, 2002; October 13, 2002; December 8, 2002; March 23, 2003; May 18, 2003; June 21, 2003; October 19, 2003; November 30, 2003; February 29, 2004; May 2, 2004; October 24, 2004; March 13, 2005; May 14, 2005; May 15, 2005; May 21, 2005; May 22, 2005

This bio last updated May 12, 2003.