Médéric graduated from the Lille CRR in bassoon, harpsichord,
chamber music, early music and writing.
In 2003, he was admitted to the National Superior Conservatory – CNSMD in Paris in the class of Marc Trenel. In 2007 he obtained a prize for German bassoon and chamber music while continuing to enrich his training through the practice of baroque bassoon and Gregorian singing.
He then entered the concert performance cycle in the classes of Gilbert Audin and Lionel Bord before completing a Master Orchestra in 2010 at the Hochschule – HEM in Geneva with Afonso Venturieri.
Médéric has the opportunity to play regularly as a soloist (concerto for bassoon by Mozart with the orchestra of the National Conservatory – CRR in Lille, concertante Symphonie by I. Pleyel with the Orchestra of the Laureates of the Paris Superior Conservatory – CNSMD, etc.).
In 2008, he recorded the Hummel Grand Concerto for bassoon with orchestra.
At the same time as these studies, in 2005 Médéric Debacq obtained a position as bassoonist with the Mobile Gendarmerie orchestra, and in 2012 he played as a solo bassoon with the Ulster Orchestra (Northern Ireland).
He is currently solo bassoon of the Paris Mozart Orchestra and performs regularly in the most prestigious groups such as the Orchester de la Suisse Romande, the Orchester de Paris, the Opéra National de Paris, the Orchester National Bordeaux Aquitaine, etc. … Under the baton of the greatest chefs.
Médéric is fully involved in the creation and dissemination of the contemporary repertoire. He is a member of the 2e2m ensemble, of the Multilateral ensemble, of the C Barré ensemble and works with the Cairn ensemble and Musicatreize.
Passionate about teaching, which nourishes his career as an interpreter on a daily basis, Mérdéric holds a teaching diploma (Aptitude Certificate) and teaches at the Paris National Conservatory – CRR as well as at the Bourg-la-Reine / Sceaux National Conservatory – CRD.