Virginie Déjos is pianist and conductor, and has worked at Radio France, Théâtre des Champs Elysées and at the Lübeck Opera. Currently she is a pianist and assistant conductor at the Stuttgart State Opera and has worked with conductors Cornelius Meister, Marc Piollet, Stefano Montanari, Sofi Janin, Alexander Myrat, Ryusuke Numaijiri, Titus Engel, among others.
She received her Master of Music in Piano Performance with high distinction from the Royal Conservatory of Brussels in the class of professor Evgeny Mogilevsky, a conducting diploma from the Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris, and earned her doctorate degree from the Paris Sorbonne University, where she also was a teacher. She is a laureate of the international Scriabine Competition and the Piano Competition of Île de France and won the international Lied and Melodie competition from Gordes with the soprano Déborah Attal. In 2016 she obtained a scholarship from the Paris Cercle Wagner.
Virginie Déjos has conducted several symphony concerts with choir and orchestra in Paris (Choeur Harmonia and Orchestre Lyrique de Paris, Premiere performance of Rémi Guillard's Requiem in La Madeleine) as well as Benjamin Britten’s operas The Little Sweep, Kurt Weill’s Der Jasager at the Rochefort Theater staged by Olivier Dhénin, and Wagner’s Das Rheingold in Vendôme staged by Pierre Thirion-Vallet.
As a pianist, she regularly performs chamber music and Lieder concerts. Her last engagements included concerts in the Liederhalle, Vilnius Philharmonie and Nuremberg Bridging Arts Festival and were broadcasted from the BR Klassic and lithuanian radio. She recorded a CD of the piano works of Ravel and Scriabin and a CD of French repertoire with the oboist Lajos Lencses (Bayer Record).
In 2021 she founded with the Stuttgart Institut Français a chamber music festival and recorded several chamber music pieces from french composers together with musicians from the Stuttgart Staatsoper.
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