Philippe Grisvard was born in Nancy in 1980. There he studied piano and oboe before entering the harpsichord class of Anne-Catherine Bücher. In 1999 he got into the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis, where he studied harpsichord and basso continuo with Jesper Christensen, and pianoforte with Edoardo Torbianelli.
From 2002 he's called to join La Cetra Barockorchester Basel where he has played under the direction of René Jacobs, Jordi Savall, Konrad Junghänel. After getting his diploma he becomes the harpsichordist of the ensemble Harmonie Universelle, led by Florian Deuter; with this group he plays as continuist and soloist throughout Europe and the US and does recordings for Eloquentia - Telemann and Fasch quartets and quintets, Pachelbel's works for strings, and some Vivaldi's youth violin concertos in world première.
Now Philippe lives in Paris and also plays with Le Poème Harmonique, Le Concert d'Astrée and The Chamber Orchestra of Europe, La Fenice, Le Cercle de l'Harmonie, Les Paladins.