Antoine Maisonhaute


Antoine Maisonhaute starts playing the violin at eight, at the Conservatoire National Regional de Rueil-Malmaison in Liliane Caillon's class, where he obtains a Gold medal and the first price. In the meantime, he also obtains the first price in analysis and chamber music. In 1996 he wins the third prize at the International Contest Johann Sebastian Bach.

He follows his studies in Belgium, at the Koninklijk Conservatorium de Brussel. In 2006 he obtains his Master with distinction and the first year he won the first prize at the Hansez-Castillon contest.

Antoine Maisonhaute is the founder of the Quatuor Tana and violinist for the ensemble Multilatérale.