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Olivier Salandini studied organ and harpsichord at the conservatory of Nice with, René Saorgin, Jean-Luc Etienne and Mireille Podeur. He completed his harpsichord studies with Bob van Asperen at the Conservatory of Amsterdam, and for the Organ at the Conservatory of Utrecht with Reitze Smits where he got the "Master diploma" in 2008. In the meantime he had some master classes with some other artists, Jean Boyer, Seibe Henstra, Bart Kuijken et Christophe Rousset. Finally, he completed a double Master degree for theaching harpsichord and organ at the Conservatoire national supérieur de musique et de danse de Paris.
In 2005 he won the second prize at the international harpsichord competition of Bologna (Italy), and in 2006 he is successively Prize winner at the international organ competitions of Lausanne (Switzerland) and Herford (Germany).
Olivier Salandini plays regularly as soloist and continuo player with several ensembles, in France as well as abroad (Italy, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Belgium, Germany, United States). He recorded several CDs, solo organ or with early music ensembles.
He teaches the organ and the harpsichord at the Conservatoire à rayonnement regional of Clermont-Ferrand (France). In 2011 he was appointed organist of the Cathedral of Bourges (France) and artistic director of the festival “Les riches heures de l’Orgue en Berry”.