Lola Rossignol began her artistic training at the Conservatoire à rayonnement départemental de Bastia and obtained her first prizes in Jean-Claude Oléon’s piano class.
She then continued her studies at the Conservatoire national à rayonnement régional de Marseille in Nathalie Lanoë’s piano class, in chamber music, deciphering, piano accompaniment and analysis… At the University of Aix-en-Provence, in the Music section, she obtained the highest distinction in 2009. She is currently completing her PhD thesis on the Poetics of Alexandre Scriabin’s Piano Sonata and is promoted to the rank of Doctor of Musicology, with unanimous distinction, under the direction of Bernard Vecchione, privileged disciple and successor of André Boucourechliev. At the same time, she continues her piano training by entering Frédéric Aguessy’s advanced class at the Conservatoire national à rayonnement régional de Rouen and obtaining a first prize there. She then followed Edson Elias’ teaching until his death in 2008.
She also participates in many master classes where she receives advice from Gery Moutier, Jean Efflam Bavouzet, Christian Ivaldi, Huseyin Sermet, Brigitte Engerer…
Lola Rossignol is Professor of Piano Art Education (PEA holder) at the Conservatoire à rayonnement départemental de Gap since 2007 and at the Conservatoire national à rayonnement régional de Marseille since 2018.
Very attached to pedagogy, she is invited to numerous juries of competitions (conservatories and pedagogical) and intervenes at the Institute of Higher Music Education.
She is Professor of piano at the International Academy of Pianistic Nights in Aix en Provence since August 2011.
Rich in her dual career, Lola Rossignol offers “conference concerts” in France and abroad. She has been invited to numerous international congresses on musical significance (Finland, Poland, Spain…). She is a member of the “International Project of Musical Significance” founded by Eero Tarasti in 1984, a chamber music enthusiast, she was invited to participate in the “ensembles in residence” of the 19th International Piano Festival of La Roque d’Antheron… Since then, she has shared the stage with Xavier Chatillon, Anait Serekian, Ammi Flammer…