Born in 1977, Antoine Landowski began studying the cello with Paul Boufil and Marcel Bardon prior to entering Philippe Muller's class at the Paris Conservatoire, where he obtained his diploma with highest honors.
During his years at the Conservatoire, he participated in an exchange at the Berlin Hochschule, studying with Wolfgang Boettcher, principal cellist of the Berlin Philharmonic. In addition, Antoine Landowski has participated in masterclasses with Mistlav Rostropovitch, Christoph Henkel, Frans Helmerson and Marc Coppey, and has performed under the batons of Georges Prêtre, Armin Jordan and M. Gielen.
In addition to his activities with the Chausson Trio, Antoine Landowski founded the Chamber Music Festival at Beaulieu - Saint Jean Cap Ferrat on the French Riviera in 2002, and has been directing the "3 saisons de la Plaine" Festival for two years. He also teaches chamber music at Anger Conservatoire.
Antoine Landowski plays on a Charles-Adolphe Mocotel cello (1852).