A man of many artistic sensibilities, Guillaume Rebinguet-Sudre has developed his own musical vision. He studied the baroque violin with Hélène Schmitt and Enrico Gatti, and also plays the harpsichord.

In concert, he aims for a lively and spontaneous performance, respectful of the works' historical context, and enjoys original projects. It is in the same spirit that he founded the "Ensemble Baroque Atlantique". He is invited to many festivals, and took part in Jean Pierre Derrien's "Sur tous les tons" program on France Musique in 2006. This CD of Tomaso Albinoni's sonatas is his first solo recording.

His passion for early instruments is also reflected in his work as a harpsichord maker. Philippe Humeau and Emile Jobin have provided valuable advice for the manufacture of rare instruments. With the violin maker Christian Rault, he has researched early violins and suggested new approaches to sound and repertoire. With Aurélien Delage, he has been promoting a project for a new Renaissance organ at the Abbey of Saint-Amant-de-Boixe in south-west France.

Guillaume also enjoys sharing his artistic experiences and teaches baroque violin and chamber music. He also conducts the Baroque orchestra at the Bordeaux Conservatoire. In 2010, he was a guest at the musical academy in Nìs (Serbia). He also works for the Musée de la Musique in Paris.