As gleaned from the Internet sources given below, Hugo Reyne studied the recorder when very young and then the oboe quickly obtaining diplomas and first prizes in conservatories. He won in 1981 the first prize in the international recorder competition in Hurtebise, and in 1984 the first prize in chamber music at the international competition in Bruges.
He has worked with Frans Brüggen
as an orchestra musician as well as with William Christie, Philippe Herreweghe and Gustav Leonhardt. He founded the baroque orchestra "La Simphonie du Marais" in 1987 and has performed many times in France and abroad. As a soloist, Hugo Reyne has recorded amongst others the complete set of the sonatas for recorder by George F. Handel
(Harmonia Mundi), the six suites by Charles F. Dieupart
(EMI), "A collection of ayres for recorders" by Henry Purcell
(Virgin), and the Symphonies by P. Gautier "de Marseille" (Astrée-Auvidis).
Hugo Reyne teaches at the Conservatoire national de région in Bordeaux, and devotes himself to musicological research and publication of ancient editions, and is also since 1997 guest conductor of the Orchestre National de Bordeaux-Aquitaine for baroque concerts.
||French artists: Hugo Reyne
||Brief biography by "Twww.bach-cantatas.com