From 1995, Eric Aubier devoted himself to a career as an international soloist and professor. We can hear him regularly at Radio-France, Salle Pleyel, Graveau, The Lincoln Center - New York , the festivals of Comminges, Auvers-sur-Oise, Monte-Carlo, Vézère, Lieksa ( Finland ), Hamamatsu ( Japan ) and Taipei ( Taiwan ).
He is very involved in the development of the repertoire of his instrument and is the first trumpetist thought of by many composers who dedicate with confidence their works, notably Nicolas Bacri, Thierry Escaich, Betsy Jolas, Carlos Grätzer, Martin Matalon , Charles Chaynes. He also breathes life into the most beautiful French music for the trumpet of the 20 th century: Ohana, Jolivet, Tomasi, Françaix, Schmitt, Hubeau, Enesco, Delerue, Sancan, Désenclos. Throughout the world, he is perceived as the one who best perpetuates the French wind instrument tradition, incarnating in a way the "new face of the trompette".
Eric Aubier has become the highest French representative invited to sit regularly for jurys at international competitions such as Munich (ARD), Paris (Maurice André), Porcia, Markneukirchen ITG USA and Lieksa ( Finland ). Today, competitions in Colombia and Argentina carry his name. He teaches at the CNR of Reuil-Malmaison and has given masterclasses over the world.