Pascal Devoyon (born 6 April 1953) is a French classical pianist.
Born in Paris, Devoyon began his studies with Blanche Bascourret de Gueraldi then with Lélia Gousseau at the Conservatoire de Paris where he won first prize in 1971. Then he became famous for his successes at international competitions: the Ferruccio Busoni International Piano Competition (in 1974, second place), the Leeds International Piano Competition (in 1975, third place), finally the International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow (in 1978, second prize). Favourite in the final of this competition, the jury awarded him only the second place behind Mikhail Pletnev. The following year he began an international career and gave several concerts in Europe, the United States and the USSR. Among his notable recordings are Maurice Ravel's Gaspard de la nuit and Franz Listz's Piano Sonata in B minor.
Devoyon often performs as a chamber pianist, and collaborates with cellist Steven Isserlis, as well as violinist Dong-Suk Kang and pianist Rikako Murata. From 1991 he has been teaching at the Conservatoire de Paris, then since 1995 at the Berlin University of the Arts as well as at the Conservatoire de musique de Genève.
At the same time, he continues his concert career.