Florian Gazagne started studying the recorder at the age of six, into the music school of Castelginest. He integrated the Toulouse's CNR at trhirteen in Pierre Tillous class, and obtained his gold medal four years later, followed by two years of perfection cursus under the teaching of Marc Armengaud. He met Frédéric de Roox, Julien Martin, Michael Form, Rachel Brow, Walter Van Hauwe during internship and masterclass.
He also had the opportunity to play under the direction of Jordi Savall, and with “Le Poème Harmonique” directed by Vincent Dumestre. He integrated Pierre Hamon's class at the CNSMD of Lyon in 2008. While getting fond of medieval music and early music, Florian is also interrested in contemporary music, and creation. He played in march 2011 with the french national orchestra N'zah, a piece written for full orchestral formation by Benjamin Attahir, recorded and brodcasted on France Musique. After the obtention of his german bassoon prize and his counterpoint prize at the CRR of Lyon, he begin to learn german bassoon from Carlo Colombo at the CNSMD of Lyon.