Emmeran Rollin


Emmeran Rollin started his organ studies at the Montauban Conservatoire in 2002, where he was taught by Marc Chiron. He began lessons with Michel Bouvard at the Toulouse Conservatoire in 2005, and complemented his training with a musicology degree at the University of Toulouse-Jean Jaurès. He then continued studying the organ with Eric Lebrun in 2008 at the Saint Maur-des-Fossés Conservatoire, where he was awarded a premier prix with distinction while also completing a master’s in music administration and management at Paris-Sorbonne University – Paris IV. In April 2010, he enrolled at the Toulouse Higher Institute of Arts under the tuition of Michel Bouvard, Willem Jansen, Stéphane Bois and Philippe Lefebvre, going on to achieve the National Higher Diploma for Music Professionals (DNSPM) with distinction in June 2013.

Emmeran Rollin has performed with the Les éléments chamber choir, the Orchestre National du Capitole and the Mélanges chamber choir, and as a soloist at various festivals including Toulouse les Orgues, Cycle Musical de La Chapelle de Kersaint, Toulouse d’été, Festival d’orgue de Montauban and Notre-Dame de Paris.

He was titular organist at Montauban Cathedral from 2004 to 2012 and directed its first three organ festivals. Since 2013, Emmeran Rollin has been the Rocamadour Great Organ’s titular organist. He is also the Chief Executive and Artistic Director of Rocamadour – musique sacrée.