Isabelle Hauchecorne began learning the oboe at the age of seventeen and received many awards a few years later. She won four first prizes at different Conservatoires, and other regional and national awards.
She studied with Gilbert Flory, Alain Denis and Maître Pierre Pierlot.
As a soloist and a musician in orchestras, she played with famous performers and world-known conductors such as Aldo Ciccolini, Eric Heidsieck, Brigitte Engherer, Cécile Ousset, Henri Demarquette, Alexandre Tharaud, Bernard Soustrot, Jean-Claude Pennetier, Alexandre Lagoya…
She has a keen interest in cross-disciplinary exchanges and regularly sets up teaching projects for which musical adaptations and transcriptions are required.
Holder of the Diplôme d’Etat (State diploma for music teaching), Isabelle Hauchecorne teaches the oboe at several regional and municipal schools of music of Paris. As an examiner in school exams, she keeps up to date with new teaching methods.