Born in 1978, Bertrand Cuiller studied the harpsichord with Jocelyne Cuiller in Nantes, then Christophe Rousset at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique (CNSM) in Paris, and Pierre Hantaï, with whom he worked for several years. He also plays the Baroque horn.
He has taken part in operatic productions with Le Concert Spirituel, Les Arts Florissants, Le Poème Harmonique, and Stradivaria.
Today Bertrand Cuiller appears all over the world as a soloist and in chamber music with Les Basses Réunies and La Rêveuse. He also takes an interest in contemporary music, and has premiered works by Jean-Yves Bosseur and Olivier Mellano.
Encouraged by the success in 2006 of his first disc, Pescodd Time, he went on to make a second recording on the Alpha label devoted to works by Scarlatti and Soler, followed by Bach harpsichord concertos with Stradivaria, released on Mirare, which was voted ‘Choc’ of the year 2009 by Classica. His new one, "Mr Tomkins his Lessons of Worthe", awarded a Diapason d’Or and Classica's ‘Choc’.
‘Like only a very few harpsichordists of his generation, Bertrand Cuiller possesses in the highest degree the ability to give musical ideas their most accomplished form.’ Diapason