Benjamin Righetti is a Swiss musician, titular organist at St. François in Lausanne, professor at the HEMU - Haute Ecole de Musique, composer and arranger. To date he has given more than 700 concerts just about everywhere there are organs, and has made numerous recordings (CD, radio-TV, web).
He writes articles for the site orgue.art and shares his scores on imslp.org. Benjamin Righetti loves both the mountains and the lakes of his small country and tries to balance his varied activities with rigor and joy.
Sound and images, at home: find a “mise en bouche” video here, visit Righetti's YouTube page to enjoy more than 14 hours of recordings and subscribe to his channel so you don't miss his upcoming releases!
Benjamin Righetti is also professor in charge of an organ class at the Conservatory and at Lausanne's University of Music (HEMU). As he had the privilege to study with exceptional musicians during his own musical education (Yves Rechsteiner, Jean-François Antonioli, François Delor, Jean Boyer, Jan Willem Jansen, Michel Bouvard, Philippe Lefèbvre...), it seems essential to him to pass on his knowledge and passion to his students now.
If you're interested in an organ education or if you have any questions about it, don't hesitate to contact Benjamin Righetti. You can also inquire directly at the Conservatory or at Lausanne's University of Music (HEMU). And for the occasional masterclasses, check the calendar section of this site, which references both concerts and these activities!
Pour les visiteurs francophones,
tout plein d'idées et de réflexions à lire autour de l'orgue sur :
Composer and arranger, the whole catalog of Benjamin Righetti's works is available for free on the International Music Score Library Project.
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