Le Dauphiné Libéré - 1960
When three knocks will ring, the next season, on the scene of the Opera of Paris, a musician Grenoblois will be among the ninety performers of the orchestra. Mister Jean-Pierre Eustache, professor of flute at the National Music school which steers Eric-Paul Stekel, son(thread) of the famous psychoanalyst Wilhem STEKEL, follower of S.FREUD, has just been splendidly received indeed there. The jury, having preferred it to the twenty four other candidates (most holders of international prices) sent him(her) its warmest congratulations. Let us quote those of Mister Julien, administrator of the Opera; of Mister E.Bondeville, secretary perpetuel of the Academy of Fine art, director of the Opera; conductors of the Opera; the misteres Louis Fourestier, Robert Blot and Pierre Dervaux; Those of eminent flutists Jean-Pierre Rampal and Lucien Lavaillotte, also members of the jury, as well as Jacques LOUSSIER, the famous musician of Jazz, his friend and godfather of his(her) son Philippe. In these congratulations, added those of the director of the Grenobloise music school. But it is not without regret that this one sees going away towards the capital an instrumentalist of big talent, a soloist whose All music-loving Grenoble appreciated qualities, today dedicated by this flattering distinction. Because to be allowed in the Opera of Paris in thirty years, it is a big honor for the candidate, a honor in which participates and his(her) bosses, and the city which had the pleasure to welcome him(it) during long years.
Mister Jean-Pierre Eustache was born on October 14, 1930 in Caen where his(her) relatives(parents) - his father is a flutist, his mother violinist steer him(it) quite naturally towards artist - musician's career. At the age of twelve years, it(he) goes out of the Conservatoire of Caen with a First prize of flute. It(he) is successful first in the Conservatoire of Paris, in 1948 or it(he) obtains notably a medal of chamber music, having followed the education of MESSRS MARCEL MOYSE (of the famous trio) and Roger Cortet, professors of flutes; of M Fernand Oubradous, professor of chamber music: and of Melle Simone Petit, professor of music theory. Let us indicate to the passage that this last one, companion in the Opera, participated in " Carmen's " rehearsals in Raymond Rouleau's stage setting. In the exit of the Conservatoire of Paris, Mister Jean-Pierre Eustache ' installs(settles) in Grenoble. It(he) is brillament received in professor's competition of the National Music school, functions(offices) at which it(he) excels.
The marriage of two talents
In 1954, the brilliant professor meets the piano teacher,
melle Geneviève Dinand and get married. - They will have of this
marriage, three children; Eric-Pierre, Information scientist,
Isabelle, who will become a professor of dance and Philippe who
after studies of violin will choose to teach First aid the
French Red Cross. (Added text has the article of time by
his(her) son) - Sir and Madam Jean-Pierre Eustache will play
certain works sets(groups). Let us quote as stages of this
walking towards the success: the Concerto for flute and Mozart's
harp given in 1954; concertos for Mozart's flute always, in
April, 1959, that of Jacques Ibert, continuation(suite) in if
and the fifth concerto brandebourgeois of Bach. " Bach is our
boss in all " said to us the professor Jean-Pierre Eustache.
Then, answering our question: " When I play, I try hard not to
betray the author " . " Always have the respect for the work ",
as said it Toscanini. The happy candidate also played in Paris
the music teachers' training college, supervised by Georges
Enesco, then by Louis Fourestier with the Orchestra of the
Younger children of the conservatoire of Paris. There also,
it(he) collected most flattering appreciations. -Le Dauphiné
Libéré ' 1960
Mr. Jean-Pierre Eustache, flutist, professor at the National Music school, the solo flute in the Orchestra of the Association of the Concerts of the Conservatoire and in the Theater Municipal, has just taken away(gained), unanimously, the international Price for musical execution of Geneva 1958, contribute(compete) who is organized by the Conservatoire of Geneva in association with Radio Geneva and the orchestra of Switzerland Romande. Forty three flutists of any countries appeared at eliminating heats, among them, 18 were accepted for the recital and 4 for the final, of whom(which) Jean-Pierre Eustache who executed on October 1-st, in the Victoria Hall accompanied by the Orchestra of Switzerland Romande, direction(management) Edmond Appia, second and third concerto in Mozart's ground. Everything those that were for the listening of Radio-Sottens, because the concert was broadcast directly by the Swiss radio, was able to appreciate the magnificent execution of our professor at the National Music school and the long cheers, of which it was the object. Mr. Jean-Pierre Eustache had obtained a 1-st music price for Paris, classify Moyse and Cortet in 1952 and he entered on competition our National Music school in 1953. It is the second professor of our School, after Mrs Flora Elphège, violinist, who appears in the prize list of this world-famous international competition. The mister E.P . Steckel can be proud of having known how to surround himself with so eminent co-workers. Our professor of flute is not only a teacher but also a big artist, besides, we learn that Mr. Jean-Pierre Eustache will play the April concert of the Association of the Concerts of the Conservatoire, the concertos of Mozart and Jacques Ibert.