Soloist of the Orchestre Philharmonique de l'Opéra de Marseille
Jean-Marc Boissière begins musical studies in Fontainebleau with Jean-François BLONDEAU.
He continued his studies at CNSMD in Paris in the flute classes of Alain MARION and Raymond GUIOT and in chamber music with Maurice BOURGUES. He received a unanimous 1st flute prize and a first chamber music prize in 1984.
Parallel to his studies at the conservatory, Jean-Marc Boissière obtained a Deug of musicology (Paris 4 Sorbonne) and the first grand prize of the UFAM. He is also Flute-solo with the Orchester des Jeunes of the Orchester de Paris (1976-1980). In 1983, he was appointed soloist of the Marseille Opera Orchestra.
Jean-Marc Boissière regularly performs in France and abroad as a soloist and participates in numerous chamber music concerts. He is a member of the Marseille Wind Quintet from 1986 to 1996 and currently a member of the Trio Arabesques (flute, viola and harp). Jean-Marc Boissière participated in the recording of a disc Poulenc (sextet and sonata) with the ensemble Petra for the label the fingerprint.
Holder of the Certificate of Aptitude, Jean-Marc Boissière is a professor at the CRR - Darius Milhaud Regional Radiation Conservatory in Aix en Provence since 1988. He is also coordinating professor of the preparation of the CA in 2006-2007 in Aix-en-Provence and professor of the flute pulpit at the Regional Youth Orchestra PACA session 2006-2007.