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Timeline

2019

January 17

2019

Rigoutat joins the Buffet Crampon family, strengthening the Double Reed section of the group

2016

May 16

2016

Mathilde Lebert takes the first prize at the Muri Oboe Competition. Philibert Perrine finishes third and wins the prize for best interpretation. Both play Rigoutat instruments. In 2018, they became the official tunners for student instruments.

2012

November 5

2012

Jacques Tys becomes the official tunner.

2007

September 13

2007

Gildas Prado becomes the official English horn tunner.

2005

August 17

2005

The workshop relocates to 5 boulevard de Créteil, at Saint Maur des Fossés.

1992

April 24

1992

Philippe Rigoutat succeeds Roland at the head of the company.

1988

April 23

1988

A second workshop opens at 66 rue de Paris, at Joinville-le-Pont.

1987

October 23

1987

Jean Claude Jaboulay becomes the official tunner.

1977

September 18

1977

Philippe Rigoutat starts working at the workshop.

1975

August 12

1975

Claude Maisonneuve becomes Rigoutat’s official tunner.

1968

September 25

1968

The workshop relocates to 25 avenue de Joinville, at Joinville-le-Pont.

1967

November 20

1967

Roland Rigoutat succeeds Charles at the head of the company.

1961

May 3

1961

Heinz Holliger wins the ARD Oboe Competition. André Lardrot and Maurice Bourgue get second and third price respectively. All of them play Rigoutat oboes. Six years later, Maurice Bourgue obtains the top prize.

1944

December 14

1944

Charles Rigoutat’s son, Roland, starts working at the workshop.

1922

April 3

1922

Charles Rigoutat opens his workshop at 6 rue Polonceau in Paris.

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