Received the ‘Young Artist of the Year’ Award from the International Classical Music Awards in 2023 and was prize winner of Prague Spring International Competition 2023 and Tokyo International Viola Competition 2022, among others;
Has been nominated as an ‘ECHO Rising Star’ in season 24-25 for a tour of major European concert halls;
Performs regularly as an avid chamber musician with his sister, violinist Cosima Soulez Larivière, with the Frielinghaus Ensemble and with musicians such as Jean Sulem, Nobuko Imai, Antoine Tamestit, Boris Garlitsky and
Regularly commissions compositions and also makes his own arrangements;
Has been professor of viola at the Universität für Musik und Darstellende Kunst ‘Mozarteum’ Salzburg since autumn 2023;
Studied with Natasha Boyarsky at the Yehudi Menuhin School and with Tabea Zimmermann at the Hochschule für Musik ‘Hanns Eisler’ in Berlin and the Kronberg Academy;
Is currently following a ‘Professional Studies programme’ at the Kronberg Academy;
Plays a viola by Fréderic Chaudière, built in Montpellier in 2013.