Talented and passionate artist, winner of international competitions, Paul Drouet is distinguished by the eclecticism of his career. He has the opportunity to work with Edda Erlendsdottirat the conservatory of Versailles and Denis Pascal, Laurent Cabasso, Varduhi Yeritsyan and Sebastien Vichard at Paris Conservatoire. Also received precious advice from Jacques Rouvier, Dominique Merlet, Jean-Marc Luisada, Eugene Indjic, Francois Chaplin, Andrei Korobeinikov, Gabriele Baldocci, Benedetto Lupo, and Pascal Devoyon.
Passionate about French music, he has just been admitted to the Academy of French Music at the Ecole Normale, where he will work with Jean-Claude Pennetier, Bruno Rigutto, Jean-Efflam Bavouzet and Anne-Queffélec. Also winner of the Royaumont Foundation, he perfected his play with Alexei Lubimov, Malcolm Bilson and Edoardo Torbianelli.
In 2013, he won the third prize in the Lions Club national competition and came semi-finalist for the first edition of the "Virtuoses du coeur" contest sponsored by Anne Queffélec.
He has subsequently performed as a recitalist and concerto soloistin many festivals in France, Europe and Asia. In Paris, he regularly performs in the Young Talent program.
His play is developed through orchestral listening, guided by the practice of conducting. Very early interested in symphonic music, he directed the orchestra Alborada (youth orchestra of the CRR Versailles) from 2009 to 2015, and trained at the CNSMDP with George Pehlivanian and then with Mathieu Herzog and Adrian McDonnell. He directs the orchestra of the conservatory of Viroflay and founds the Lycée Hoche orchestra in Versailles, which he has been directing since 2015.