After a first prize (oboe / chamber music) at the National Superior Conservatory of Paris (classes of Maurice Bourgue and David Walter), Olivier Doise becomes part of the European Youth Orchestra before being appointed Principal Oboe of the National Orchestra Bordeaux-Aquitaine.
Oboe soloist in the National Opera Orchestra of Paris since 18 years, he has been chosen as Principal Oboe of the Philharmonic Orchestra of Radio France since december, 2009.
His musical activities include solo appearances as well as chamber music, and he is also a member of the wind octet Paris-Bastille. Frequently invited, he performs in various places as Davos, Aix-en-Provence, Bruxelles, Birmingham, Moscou and exercises simultaneously as a professor at the conservatory of Boulogne-Billancourt.
Olivier Doise has been involved in recording l’Intégrale of Francis Poulenc with Alexandre Tharaud, pianist, and recently registered a disc consecrated to Jean-Sebastian Bach described as an ‘’exceptional event’’ by Telerama magazine.