Cabassol, (Jean Baptiste) Victor. Cello. 402. Born 29 October 1843, Peyrolles (Bas de Rhin).

Asp. act. 7 October 1872

Sociétaire: 14 January 1873 [register says 14 March; date from Com.]

Retired 13 June 1905 (m. h.)

2d prix, cello, 1862; 1r prix, 1863. Orch. Opéra 1869-73, 1877-97. Concerts Pasdeloup.
 

Cailleteau, Cailleteaux, Cailloteau, (Jules) André. Bas ch. 308. Born 3 February 1815.

Asp. 25 January 1854

Sociétaire: 8 December 1857

Resigned 31 July 1869

 

Caillot, Étienne (Jean Baptiste). Bass ch. 394.

Sociétaire: 31 October 1871

Dismissed 26 March 1873 (absence)

 

Calvet, (Pierre) Joseph. Violin. 672. Born 1897, Valence d'Agen.

Asp. act. 14 October 1919

Sociétaire: 14 June 1921

Congé 1924-26; congé not renewed 2 June 1925, retained as asp. actif; appealed, congé renewed 13 June 1925

Resigned 1 June 1926 [register says resigned 1924] (conflicts owing to tours of Quatuor Calvet)

1r prix, violin, 1919. Founded Quatuor Calvet, 1920. Prof. au Conservatoire, 1935.
 

Canaple, Jean-Baptiste Basile. Bass ch. 273. Born 15 February 1808, Demuin (Somme). Died 4 August 1863, Paris.

Sociétaire: 23 December 1851

2d prix, chant, 1829. Op.-Com. 1831; thence Lyon, Anvers, Gand, Brussels. Opéra (regisseur, 1842-63).
 

Candéla, (Vincent) Michel (or Miguel). Violin. 603. Born 30 September 1877, Paris. Died January 1957.

Sociétaire: 28 May 1907

Memb. adj. 1921-22, 1925-26

Comm. publicité 1922-24, 1926-27

Congé 1929-31 (illness)

Retired 4 June 1937 (m. h.)

Register: "naturalized, did his military service." Orch. Opéra 1897. Concerts Lamoureux. Featured soloist on several recordings.
 

Carcanade, René (Maurice Lucien). Cello. 568. Born 22 February 1874, Castres (Tarn). Died July 1899.

Sociétaire: 14 June 1898

Resigned 13 November 1898 (illness)

2d prix, cello, 1890; 1r prix, 1891. Concerts Lamoureux. Reg. says "died in 1898."
 

Carembat, Léon (Alexandre). Viola. 466. Born 7 July 1861, Paris.

Sociétaire: 14 October 1884

Retired May 1903 (m. h. 9 June 1903)

2d prix, violin, 1882; 1r prix, 1883. Orch. Opéra 1883-88. Acad. 1889. Instruc. 1898.
 

Carembat, Louis (Alexandre). Violin. 699. Born 20 May 1892, Paris. Died 7 October 1955.

Asp. act. 17 June 1924

Sociétaire: 12 January 1926

Secretary 1932-34

Caisse de retraite 1937-

1r sursis 17 March 1952

Retired 23 December 1952 (m. h.)

Founder of Quatuor Carembat (included Jean Savoye).
 

Caron, Eugène Charles. Bass ch. 356. Born 4 November 1834, Rouen.

Sociétaire: 29 December 1865

Dismissed 18 March 1873 (absence)

1r prix, chant, 1861. 1r prix, opera, 1862. Opéra 1862-86. Acad. 1888. Instr. 1900.
 

Carrière, Émile (Louis). Trumpet, Cornet à pistons. 701. Born 12 May 1891, Paris. Died 23 (29?) December 1935.

Sociétaire externe, 2e trumpet, 23 June 1925

Sociétaire: 29 June 1926

Cornet I and Trumpet III, 20 June 1928

 

Carvalho, (Arthur) Léon (true name Carvaille). Bass ch. 271. Born 18 Janvier 1825, Port-Louis (Ile de France). Died 29 December 1897, Paris.

Sociétaire: 23 December 1851

Resigned (absence)

Op.-Com. 1849-55. Director, Th.-Lyrique 1856-60, 1862-68. Dir. de la scène, Opéra, 1869-75. Dir., Op-Com. 1876-87 (dismissed after the 1887 fire), 1891-97.
 

Casier, Robert (Gustave Georges). Oboe. 811. Born 15 July 1924, Champigny-sur-Marne

Appointed for 1 year, 16 May 1952 (succeeding Claro)

Asp. 12 April 1953 (concours)

Sociétaire: 9 March 1955

2e membre-adjoint 1961-62

1r oboe solo, 7 March 1958 (AG 11 May 1958)

Retired at dissolution, 1967

2d prix, oboe, 1943. 1r prix 1944.
 

Castellan, Mme. Solo. 246.

Sociétaire: 31 October 1848

 

Catherine, Georges. Violin. 680. Born 23 March 1872, Paris [register] or 7 March 1898. Died 11 March 1958.

Asp. act. 6 October 1920; soc. adjoint 14 June 1921

Sociétaire: 17 June 1922

Chef d'attaque, violins II

Congé 1926-27

Resigned 1927

 

Cavaillé, Alphonse. Horn. 758. Born 4 September 1903, Paris.

Named horn IV, externe, replacing Tournier, 15 June 1938

Sociétaire: 10 May 1939

Congé 1954-56

Retired March 1956

 

Cazauran, Jacques. doublebass. 847. Born 28 November 1921, Bordeaux

Sociétaire: 17 March 1966 (solo)

Orchestre de Paris 1967; retired 30, 31 November 1986.

1r prix, doublebass, 1941 (classe Delmas-Boussagol). RTLN
 

Cazaux, Antoine. Bass ch. 322.

Sociétaire: 27 November 1860

Resigned 1862

 

Cerclier, (François Joseph) Eugène. Trombone, Timpani. 384. Born 20 or 21 [register] August 1829, Paris. Died 3 August 1899.

Sociétaire: 16 November 1869

1r sursis: 4 June 1889

Retired 3 June 1890 (age, m. h.)

2d prix, trombone, 1850; 1r prix, 1851. Orch. Op.-Com. Orch. Opéra (timpani), 1874-97. Brother of Jules Cerclier (1823-97), trumpet, prof. au Conservatoire 1869-94.
 

Chaft, Louis François (true last name Chatt). Cello, doublebass. 017. Born 30 September 1780, Bourg (Ain). Died 2 December 1856, Chartres.

Founding Sociétaire: 4 March 1828

Moved to doublebass 23 January 1833 (replaced by Mercadier)

Retired 24 April 1843

Orch. Opéra (doublebass) 1816-42. Prof. au Conservatoire (doublebass) 1832-53.
 

Chaine, (Alexandre) Emmanuel. Trumpet. 636. Born 14 February 1885, Bétancour (Doubs)

Sociétaire: 11 June 1913

Resigned 7 October 1919, replaced by Lachanaud

Denied his pension (owing to irregular "defection"), 25 May 1920

1r prix, trumpet. Orch. Opéra. Register: Son of François Claude Chaine and Alexinda née Calaine. Serv. mil: 1r Génie [engineers], Versailles.
 

Chaix, François Amédée. Bass ch. 213. Born 30 September 1820, Orange. Died 1850, Rio di Janiero (of cholera).

Asp. 30 December 1841

Sociétaire: 27 November 1845

Dismissed 11 April 1848 (absence)

Op.-Com. 1844.

 

Champret, Mme, see Bouquet, Mlle
 

Chandor, André (Jean). Bassoon. 751. Born 24 May 1913, Nancy.

Appointed bassoon II 13 June 1936 (concours)

Sociétaire: 11 May 1938

Congé 1939-40

Comm. pers. 1945-46

Memb. adj. 1946-47

Tres. adj. 1951-57

Orchestre de Paris 1967; retired 24 May 1978

1r prix, bassoon, 1935
 

Chapon, (Jean) Henri. Tenor. 321.

Sociétaire: 21 January 1860

Resigned 1 July 1862

 

Chapuis, René Alexandre. Tenor. 276. Born 20 August 1828, Lormes (Nièvre).

Sociétaire: 2 March 1852

Resigned 1855 (left Paris)

1r prix, chant, 1850. 2d prix, opera, 1850. Opéra 1851-55. Moved to Brussesls.
 

Charles, Alexandre (Raymond). doublebass. 743. Born 18 August 1888, Paris. Died February 1961.

Asp. act. 18 May 1936

Sociétaire: 4 June 1937

 

Charlet, William. Trumpet. 835. Born 14 May 1937, Maing (59 Nord).

Sociétaire: 18 April 1963

Orchestre de Paris 1967

1r prix, trumpet, 1955.
 

Charlot, Joseph Auguste. Chorusmaster. 365. Born 21 January 1827, Nancy. Died July 1871, Sèvres.

Sociétaire: 28 October 1866, replacing Vauthrot

Resigned 1871 (not re-elected), replaced by Th. Dubois

 

1r prix, solfège, 1838. 2d prix, piano, 1839; 1r prix 1841. 2d prix, harmony and accomp., 1841; 1r prix, 1842. 2d Prix de Rome, 1847; Prix de Rome 1850.
 

Charmy, Roland. Violin solo. 732. Born 12 January 1908, Paris.

Named after concours of 22 November 1934

Sociétaire: 30 May 1935

Congé 1939-42; returned 25 March 1943

Resigned 1944

1r prix, violin.
 

Charon, Alexandre (Albert). doublebass. 632. Born 10 July 1876, Paris.

Sociétaire: 11 June 1912

Congé 1935-36

Retired 18 May 1936 (age, m. h.)

2d prix, doublebass, 1895; 1r prix 1896. Orch. Op.-Com. Father of Albert Charon, with whom he sometimes confused in the records of the Société.
 

Charon, Albert (Jean), called Charon fils. doublebass. 717. Born 6 March 1900, Paris.

Asp. cas 6 October 1920

Asp. act. 28 May 1929, 5 June 1930

Sociétaire: 11 June 1931

Mobilized during World War II , still congé 1943-44

Retired May 1959 (age, m. h.)

1r prix, doublebass, 1920. Son of Alexandre Charon. Serv. mil. 1920-21: 158e Inf.
 

Charon, Pierre. Violin. 725. Born 11 July 1895, Blois.

Asp. act. 5 June 1930

Sociétaire: June 1933

Congé 1937-38, 1940-44

Retired June 1947

1r prix, violin, 1913. Serv. mil.: mobilized 1914-19, 54e Reg. Inf.
 

Charpentier, Marie François. Tenor. 180.

Sociétaire: 8 November 1839, replacing Jansenne

Resigned 3 December 1843

 

Charpentier, Hippolyte, true surname Lejolivet. doublebass solo. 444. Born 2 January 1844, Paris. Died c. 1915.

Asp. cas, 27 October 1874

Sociétaire: 26 October 1880

Comm. pers. 1890-92, 1894-96

Memb. adj. 1893-94, 1897-98

Retired 1908 (age, m. h.)

2d prix, doublebass, 1870; 1r prix, 1872. Orch. de la Porte-St.-Martin, Th.-Ital. Orch. Opéra 1875. Prof. au Conservatoire.

 Chartrel, Hippolyte Louis. Bass ch. 168. Born 5 August 1815, Heilly (Somme). Died 1841, Toulouse.

Sociétaire: 28 October 1838

Dismissed 1839

2d prix, chant, 1837; 1r prix 1838. Op.-Com. 1839.
 

Chavy, Pierre (Tites Marie). Viola. 532. Born 6 March 1860, Suresnes. Died summer 1926.

Sociétaire: 30 May 1893

Secretary 1895-97, 1901-02

Arch.-Caiss. 1904-19

Congé 1919-20

Retired 29 May 1920 (m. h.)

Orch. Opéra.
 

Chazotte, Jean Charles Edmond. Tenor. 202. Born 15 September 1812. Died 1884 or 1885.

Asp. 30 December 1841

Sociétaire: 10 December 1843

1r sursis 1 October 1872

Retired 14 October 1873 (age, m. h.)

 

Chédécal, Claude (Jean Antoine). Violin. 625. Born 6 September 1877, St. Bonnet de Mure (Isère).

Sociétaire: 30 May 1911

Congé 1923-24

Retired 15 April 1924 (m. h.)

Orch. Opéra.
 

Chédécal, René (Marie Jean). Violin. 715. Born 9 June 1898, Paris.

Asp. act. 18 June 1929

Sociétaire: 5 June 1930 (violin I)

3d chair, 6 November 1930

Congé 1935-36

Called to Perpignan Conservatoire 1938

Congé 1938-39, 1943-44

Resigned 1944 (after becoming director of the Conservatoire in Perpignan) (m. h.)

1r prix, violin, 1918. Serv. mil.: discharged.
 

Chénié. doublebass. 020. Died 1832

Founding Sociétaire: 4 March 1828

Died

 

Chéri, Chéri-Cizos, Victor. Violin. 318. Born 15 March 1830, Auxerre. Died 11 November 1882, Paris.

Asp. en cas 12 November 1849

Sociétaire:. 22 November 1859

Resigned 24 December 1872 (absence)

2d prix, violin, 1848; 1r prix, 1849. 2d Prix de Rome, 1855. Orch. Opéra 1848-59. Chef d'orch., Th. des Variétés, du Châtelet, du Gymnase. Composer of stage works, ballets, and orchestral works.
 

Cherubini, Luigi. President; Director, Conservatoire. 001. Born 14 September 1760, Florence. Died 15 March 1842, Paris.

Founding Sociétaire: 4 March 1828

President 7 November 1833

Founding Inspector, Inst. Nat. de Musique [Conservatoire], 1793. Dir. (with Le Sueur), Chapelle roy., 1816. Dir., Conservatoire, 1822-42. Institut 1814. Légion d'Honneur 1814 (commandeur, 1841). Celebrated composer (Lodoïska, 1791; Les Deux Journées, 1800; masses, Requiems).
 

Cheval, Pierre. Viola. 819. Born 1 August 1923, Vieux-Condé (Nord)

Admitted 11 May 1958

Sociétaire: 9 February (AG 30 May) 1959

1r prix, viola, 1943.

Chevillard, Pierre François Alexandre. Cello. 115. Born 15 January 1811, Anvers (Antwerp). Died 20 December 1877, Paris.

Sociétaire: 4 January 1830

Retired 9 November 1869 (m. h.)

2d prize, solfège, 1823; 1r prix, 1825. 2d prix, cello, 1826; 1r prix, 1827 (student of Norblin). Orch. Gymnase, Th.-Ital. Prof. au Conservatoire, 1860 (succeeding Vaslin). Acad. 1877. Co-founder of the Société Maurin-Chevillard [see also Maurin], a chamber music society that specialized in the late Beethoven quartets. Author of works for cello and a Méthode complète de violoncelle. Father[?] of the conductor Camille Chevillard, who became Lamoureux's son-in-law.
 

Clamer, Charles. Bass ch. 628. Born 14 February 1880, Chamblay (Meurthe et Moselle). Died 1955.

Sociétaire: 30 May 1911

Congé 1928-29

Retired 1940

 

Clapisson, (Antoine) Louis. Violin. 157. Born 15 September 1808, Naples. Died 19 March 1866, Paris.

Sociétaire: 11 March 1836

Resigned 17 December 1838 (replaced by Croisilles)

2d prix, violin, 1833. Orch. Th.-Ital. Orch. Opéra 1832-38. Prof. au Conservatoire (harmony), 1862. Légion d'Honneur 1847. Institut 1854. Founding curator, Musée instrumental, 1862. Composer of comic operas.
 

Claro, Raymond (Achille). Oboe. 777. Born 4 September 1910, Escaudœuvres.

Sociétaire: 19 May 1946

Congé 1952-53 (illness)

Resigned 25 February 1953 (illness)

2d prix, oboe, 1930. 1r prix 1931.
 

Claudel, François Camille. Violin. 018.

Founding Sociétaire: 4 March 1828

Retired 1859 (m. h.)

 

Claudin, Eugène Louis. Tenor. 566. Born 20 December 1865, Paris.

Sociétaire: 14 June 1898

Retired June 1927

 

Clavé, Pierre Edme. Tenor. 179.

Sociétaire: 8 November 1839, replacing Fleury

Congé for two weeks, 3 January 1843; applied for whole season, declined and dismissed, 21 February 1843; claimed (24 April 1843) and was denied (3 May 1843) access to CdP, lacking five years tenure; granted 200 francs secours 27 April 1843)

 

Clavel, Joseph. Violin. 019. Born 20 December 1800, Nantes. Died 31 August 1852, Sillé-le-Guillaume.

Founding Sociétaire: 4 March 1828

Resigned 11 March 1842

1r prix, violin, 1818. Orch. de l'Op. bouffon, 1820. Orch. Opéra 1826-46. Répétiteur de violon préparatoire au Conservatoire, 1822-33. Prof. adj., then Prof. au Conservatoire (violin), 1837-46. Composer of chamber music.
 

Clément, A. Violin. 131.

Sociétaire: 28 February 1832 (replacing Girard; com. 27 March 1832).

Congé 1841 (7 December 1840)

Resigned 26 December 1841 (register: 21 February 1842, date of a com. decision that his earlier resignation was legal and he could have his pension)

 

Cléophas, André. Bass ch. 392. Born 30 March 1824. Died 1894 or 1895.

Sociétaire: 14 May 1870

Resigned 29 May 1883 (m. h.); resignation noted at AG 22 May 1883.

 

Clerget, Victor. Cello. 765. Born 20 February 1899, Paris.

Sociétaire: 4 November 1943

1r sursis 9 February 1959

2e sursis 12 April 1960

Retired 2 March 1962 (m. h.)

1r prix, 1917. Prix d'Excellence, 1917. Close, Closé see Klosé
 

Cluytens, André. Conductor. 798. Born 26 March 1905, Anvers (i.e., Antwerp, Belgium). Died 3 June 1967, Neuilly.

Sociétaire: 19 May 1946

Vice President, 1r chef, 20 November 1949

Resigned 27 April 1952, dissuaded

Resigned 9 January 1960

Chef, Th. roy. d'Anvers, 1927-32. Naturalized French citizen, 1932. Chef, Op. de Toulouse, 1932-35. Chef, Op. de Lyon, 1935. Debut Paris Opéra 1944. Chef, Op.-Com., 1947. Debut Bayreuth, 1955. Chef, Orch. Nat. de Belgique, 1960-67. [The Cluytens archive has been deposited at the Bibliothèque Gustav Mahler, Paris.]
 

Coeur, Jacques (Marius). Violin. 512. Born 6 February [reg.] 1869, Lyon.

Sociétaire: 2 June 1891

Retired 7 June 1898 (left Paris)

2d prix, violin, 1888. Concerts Lamoureux. Left Paris to teach at the École de Musique, Nancy.
 

Coeur, Victor (Émile Achille). Harp solo. 651. Born 11 February 1882, Paris. Died 7 July 1956.

Externe from 1913-14

Sociétaire: 7 June 1919

Retired 29 June 1942 (m. h.)

2de médaille, solfège, 1898; 1re médaille, 1899. 1r prix, harp, 1900. Orch. Opéra (solo).
 

Cohen, Léonce. Violin. 445. Born 12 February 1829, Paris. Died c. 1884.

Asp. cas 5 October 1875

Sociétaire: 11 October 1881; appointment suspended due to illness.

Congé 1882-83 (10 October 1882)

1r prix, solfège, 1842. 2d Prix de Rome, 1851; Prix de Rome, 1852. Orch. du Vaudeville, Th.-Ital. (principal Vn. II). Composer of works for violin, light opera.

 

Cokken, see Kocken
 

Collongues, Gustave (Jules). Viola. 366. Born 18 August 1830. Died 1906.

Asp. act. 1864-65

Sociétaire: 7 May 1867

 

Colombe, (Vicent) Adolphe. Tenor. 458. Born 2 July 1835, Lyon. Died 1893.

Asp. cas 21 January 1879

Sociétaire: 13 June 1882

2d prix, opera, 1863.

 

Colombelle de Garaudé, see Garaudé
 

Comentale, Louis-Gabriel. Viola. 806. Born 12 September 1928, Romainsville.
            Sociétaire 27 April 1954
            Resigned 1957

 

Conte, Jean. Viola. 419. Born 12 May 1830, Toulouse. Died 1 April 1888, Paris.

Asp. 1866; asp. act. 13 January 1874

Sociétaire: 10 October 1876

Resigned 8 November 1887 (illness [died, see above]; m. h.)

Prix de Rome, 1855. Orch. Opéra 1867. Prof. au pensionnat des Frères de Passy. Retired to Toulouse. Composer of symphonic music; author of a method and exercises for violin.
 

Cordier, Robert (Albert). Cello solo. 755. Born 8 March 1916, Paris.

Asp. cas 8 October 1935

Asp. act. 4 June 1937

Sociétaire: 10 May 1939

1r cello solo, replacing Albin, 11 May 1954

Retired at dissolution, 1967

 1r prix, cello, 1935.

 

Cormier, Guy. Violin. 812. Born 13 September 1920, Vincelottes (Yonne)

Asp. 22 March 1953 (concours)

Sociétaire: 24 April 1956 (violin II.4, 10 June 1956)

1r prix, violin, 1941.
 

Cornu, Antoine (Louis). Violin. 764. Born 16 January 1910, Avignon.

Sociétaire: 4 November 1943

Orchestre de Paris 1967; retired 16 January 1975.

1r prix 1929. Note in register: "N'a pas versé CR 1946-47."
 

Costes, Coste, Louis (Jacques). Clarinet solo. 640. Born 25 May 1881, Toulouse.

Externe 1913-14

Sociétaire: 23 June 1914

Memb. adj. 1927-28

Retired c. 1933

1r prix, clarinet.
 

Couderc. Tenor. 156.

Sociétaire: 20 December 1835

[Dismissed 8 November 1839 (absence); dismissal revoked 27 November.]

Dismissed 10 February 1840 (absence)

 

Couillaud, Henri (Louis). Trombone. 637. Born 9 December 1878, Bourg-la-Reine (Seine). Died February 1955.

Appointed trombone I 4 June 1912

Sociétaire: 11 June 1913

Comm. mat 1925-27

Sursis 1939-40 10 May 1939

Retired 15 October 1940 (m. h.)

2d prix, trombone, 1899; 1r prix 1900. Orch. Opéra (solo). Prof. au Conservatoire. Register: "son of J. B. J. Henri [Couillaud] and of Marie Louise Soussieux." Sev. mil: 1er Génie Versailles. Garde Rép.
 

Coulon, (Théodore Jean) Joseph. Bass ch. 305. Born 21 May 1822, Nivelles (Belgium). Died 21 October 1874, Paris.

Sociétaire: 3 November 1857

Op.-Com. 1853. Opéra 1855-62. Thereafter Brussels, Italy, Bordeaux, New York, New Orleans.
 

Couppas, (Vergne) Marcel (Charles). Bassoon, Contrabassoon. 526. Born 4 January 1863, St. Martin-le-Beau (Indre et Loire).

Sociétaire: 31 May 1892

Covered percussion parts from time to time [RM 14 May 1907]

Memb. adj. 1907-08

Comm. pers. 1908-12, 1914

Comm. mat 1920-21

1r sursis 8 May 1923

2e sursis 31 May 1924

3e sursis 2 June 1925

4e sursis 1 June 1926

Retired 3 June 1927 (sursis refused, m. h.)

2d prix, bassoon, 1881; 1r prix 1882. Orch. de la Porte St. Martin, Eldorado. Orch. Opéra 1890. Concerts Lamoureux. Mus. de la Garde Républicaine. Acad. 1897.

Cour, see Coeur
 

Courtin, Jean Henry. Tenor. 108. Died 1847 or 1848.

Sociétaire: 30 January 1829

Retired 1838 (m. h.)

 

Coutelet, Gérard. Horn. 831. Born 14 July 1935, Mayelles-sous-Leus.

Sociétaire: 2 March 1962

1r prix, horn, 1953.
 

Cras, Louis (Dieudonné). Oboe. 293. Born 26 April 1826, Lambezellec (Finistère).

Asp. 2 August 1851

Sociétaire: 23 November 1857

Retired 10 October 1876 (illness; m. h.)

Mme veuve Cras granted 300 francs in secours, 21 June 1887

2d prix, oboe, 1843; 1r prix, 1844. Orch. Opéra 1850-78.
 

Crépaux, Louis (Constant Alexandre). Bass ch. 477. Born 6 February 1859, Reims.

Sociétaire: 17 November 1885

Resigned 24 June 1892

2d prix, opera, 1881. 2de médaille, solfège, 1881. Opéra 1885-92. Thereafter in North America.
 

Crétinon, Pierre Clément. Tenor. 515. Born 13 September 1844, Paris VIII ancien.

Sociétaire: 27 October 1891

Insp. Salle, 1903-04, 1905-06

Retired 14 June 1904 (age, m. h.)

 

Croisilles, Louis Jules. Violin. 174. Born 16 June 1816.

Sociétaire: 11 February 1839 (replacing Clapisson)

Agt.-compt. 1849-51

1r sursis 23 May 1876

2e sursis 22 May 1877

3e sursis 21 May 1878

4e sursis 20 May 1879

Retired 25 May 1880 (m. h.)

2d prix, violin, 1833; 1r prix 1836. Violin solo, Opéra-Comique. Acad. 1886.
 

Croisilles, Croisillhes, Mlle Adèle. Accompanist. 109. Born 11 November 1813. Died in America.

Sociétaire: adj. 6 February 1829

Resigned 24 January 1832

2d prix, solfège, 1823; 1r prix 1825. 1r prix, piano, 1826. 2d prix, harmony & accomp. 1827; 1r, 1828. Répétiteur et accomp. au Conservatoire 1822-23 and 1829-31.
 

Cron, Michel. Violin. 836. Born 2 October 1930, Chatellerault (Vienne).

Appointed 1961-62

Sociétaire: 2 March 1964

Resigned August 1966.

1r prix Concours Long-Thibaud, 1959.
 

Cros Saint-Ange, Célestin Ernest. Cello solo. 456. Born 11 September [register] or 11 November 1855, Castres (Tarn).

Sociétaire: 6 June 1882

2e solo, 7 June 1898

1r solo, 7, 23 (com.) June 1903

Retired 29 May 1906 (m. h.)

3d médaille, solfège, 1869. 2d prix, cello, 1868; 1r prix, 1870. Member of quartets Alard, Maurin, Nadaud. Prof. au Conservatoire, 1900. Acad. 1889.
 

Crosti, Eugène Charles Antoine. Bass ch. 337. Born 31 October 1833, Paris.

Sociétaire: 24 November 1863

Resigned 19 December 1865

1r prix, chant, 1857 (student of Battaille). 2d prix, comic opera, 1857. Op.-Com., 1857-68. Bordeaux 1869-77. Prof. au Conservatoire. Author of didactic works; translator of Italian opera. Acad. 1881. Instruc. 1889.
 

Cruque, Auguste (Désiré Amédé). Cello solo. 695. Born 25 February 1890, Seclin (Nord).

Asp. act. 3 October 1924

Sociétaire: 2 June 1925

1r solo, 12 August 1925

Memb. adj. 1939-40

3e sursis 4 March 1952

Retired 23 December 1952 (m. h.)

Retiring him provoked a letter of protest from his section; committee reaffirmed its decision 14 February 1953. Légion d'Honneur, c. 1955.
 

Curan, Jean. Cello. 729. Born 11 May 1905, Niort (Deux-Sèvres).

Sociétaire: June 1934

Congé 1935-36

Resigned April 1936

2d prix, cello, 1929. Serv. mil. [done]
 

Cuvillon, (Jean Baptiste) Philémon de. Violin. 116. Born 15 May 1809, Dunkerque. Died 26 March 1900, Fontainebleau.

Sociétaire: 4 January 1830.

Secretary 1849-51

Memb. adj. 1865-66

1r sursis 12 October 1869

Retired May 1870 (m. h.)