Vincent Warnier is definitely a French organist and a observed improviser. He went to conservatories in Strasbourg, Rueil-Malmaison, and Paris, and he counted among his educators Daniel Roth, André Stricker, Marie-Claire Alain, Michel Chapuis, and Olivier Latry. He also went to the Sorbonne, where he accomplished the best teaching certification in the French program. In 1995, he became the organist from the Reformed Chapel from the Annunciation in Paris, and been successful Pierre Camonin as organist at Notre-Dame de Verdun. Until 2011 he also kept teaching positions in the University or college of Poitiers, the Lycée Racine, as well as the Collège Stanislas, before getting into concert trips in Japan and across European countries. He’s the resident organist in the Église Saint-Étienne-du-Mont in Paris, where he been successful Maurice Duruflé. Warnier writes every week columns for France Musique, and offers documented for Intrada and Naxos.