Joe Carver, assistant pédagogique
Joseph Carver studied at the Julliard and Eastman great conservatories and obtained his PhD at the Stony Brook University. He got lessons from Arthur Haas and Julius Levine in this school and developped his interest in ancient music. He got some grants to study in some festivals as Aspen, Tanglewood and Malboro.
Living in France since 1992, J.Carver plays for some great ensembles :
L’Orchestre des Champs Elysées, Les Arts Florissants, Freiburger Barockorchester, Chamber Orchestra of Europe, the Ensemble Modern, Les Talens Lyriques and la Chambre Philharmonique. He also kept time to do some chamber music with Philidor, Pulcinella et Jannequin, the Takacs and Cherubini quartets, and playing during Malboro, Prussia Cove and Musique à l’Emperi festivals.
J.Carver got the Henry Cabot prize in Tanglewood, and a grammy nomination in chamber music. He teached the bass and the chamber music at the Stony Brook University (New York) until 2008.