Eugène Bigot

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Eugène Bigot (28 February 1888 – 17 July 1965) was a French composer and conductor.

Life[edit]

Bigot was born in Rennes, Brittany, and taught at the Conservatoire de Paris where his notable pupils included Émilien Allard, Louis de Froment, Henri-Claude Fantapié, António Fortunato de Figueiredo, Karel Husa, Paul Kuentz, Jean-Bernard Pommier, Pierre Rolland, and Mikis Theodorakis.

He died in Paris.

External links[edit]

Jean-Philippe Mousnier: "Albert Wolff - Eugène Bigot", Editions l'Harmattan, 2001.

Cultural offices
Preceded by
Albert Wolff
Principal Conductors, Lamoureux Orchestra
1935–1950
Succeeded by
Jean Martinon
Preceded by
none
Music Directors, Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France
1949–1965
Succeeded by
Charles Bruck