Emmeran Rollin


With a dual background as a concert musician and as the director of a cultural organisation, Emmeran Rollin has been working on the Rocamadour – Sacred Music project for the past 10 years.
His training as a concert organist with the greatest masters, Michel Bouvard, Éric Lebrun, Willem Jansen, Philippe Lefebvre, Stéphane Bois and Marc Chiron, culminated in his obtaining the Diplôme National Supérieur Professionnel de Musicien (DNSPM) with first-class honours.
Emmeran Rollin has performed in concert with the chamber choir Les éléments, the Orchestre National du Capitole, the Ensemble la Sportelle and at a number of festivals, including Toulouse les Orgues, Toulouse d’été, Notre-Dame de Paris, Flâneries de Reims and the Festival de Chambord.
He has been in charge of the Daldosso Great Organ since 2013, working to preserve and promote it.
Emmeran Rollin holds a Master’s degree in cultural project management from the Sorbonne University, and has been involved in the development of a number of projects. In Rocamadour, he conceived the creation of the Rocamadour – Sacred Music project (Festival de Rocamadour, Ensemble la Sportelle, Label Rocamadour). His aim was to create a 360° cultural project that would serve the region and reflect its thousand-year-old history. Drawing inspiration from the past to create for today and pass on to future generations.