Organist of the Cavaillé-Colle Organ at the Church of Saint Roch in Paris, Françoise Gangloff studied at the Paris National Conservatory of Music (Piano, Sight-reading, harpsichord, composition and Organ) and at the Sorbonne where she received a degree in Musicology. She studied the Organ principally with Gaston Litaize and Rolande Falcinelli.
Françoise Levechin is the president of the Conservatoire International de Musique de Paris, also Professor at the Conservatoire Nationale Supérieur de Musique de Paris ( CNSMDP ). Françoise Gangloff is the President of the International Conservatory of Paris and also Professor at the Paris National Superior Conservatory. She has the double vocation of pedagogue and Concert Artist. She performs all of the standard repertoire for the organ, but is especially interested in promoting new works written by living composers for the Organ ( Tisné, Clostre, Escaich etc ) An avid composer, Françoise Gangloff is also one of the rare women organists who actively promote the art of improvisation at the Organ.
(by the composer herself)
Do (C) is the first note of a natural musical scale, and a note known to all;
Do is a syllable whose sound varies depending on whether it is spoken or sung,
it is a signifier and a verb, so,
the epicenter of a fixed and revolving universe of sound as Phillip Glass knows so well to let us sense.