Born in 1988, Guillaume Gerbaud had a passion from childhood for music and the arts in general. After an initiation to the clarinet, he began the oboe in the class of Jean-Marie Poupelin at the Conservatory of Cergy-Pontoise, France. During his schooling, he set off to discover the visual arts and put his musical practice aside. He returned, convinced of his choice, in 2009, first in the class of Hervé Lenoble, then in that of Nora Cismondi. In 2012, he was admitted to the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse in Paris in the class of David Walter. For him, music allows a real openness towards others, a sharing which he experiences through the practice of chamber music (Quintette Odyssée, Ensemble Impromptu), collaborations with different orchestras (Orchester national de France, Orchester Lamoureux, Orchester national d'Île de France, Orchester d'Auvergne) and also the development of variable geometry ensembles (the Symphonie de Poche, Le Balcon).