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Marie Vermeulin

Awarded at the Tournoi International de Musique (Rome, 2004 - First Prize), the International Competition of Musical Execution Maria Canals (Barcelona, 2006 - Second Prize and Prize of the youngest finalist) and the Olivier Messiaen International Competition (Paris, 2007 - Second Prize), Marie Vermeulin is doubtlessly one of the most promising pianists came to light on the international stage these past few years. Supported by several foundations (Mécénat Musical Société Générale...) and the Institut Français when she tours abroad, she was acknowledged in very little time for her style, made of technical temerity, finesse and maturity. She has been invited by many leading festivals and venues, where her passionate and unique personality worked wonders in an extensive repertoire

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Pierre Gallon

Pierre Gallon grandit dans un foyer débordant d’instruments en tous genres, un terrain de jeu sans limites. À dix ans, le clavecin s’impose à lui comme le moyen d’expression le plus évident. Bibiane Lapointe et Thierry Maeder le conduisent aux portes du Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris et de ses classes de musique ancienne, conduites par Olivier Baumont et Blandine Rannou. Il en sort en 2010 avec deux premier prix et les plus hautes distinctions. Durant ses années d’études, ses rencontres avec Blandine Verlet, Elisabeth Joyé et Pierre Hantaï sont autant d'épiphanies esthétiques qui modèlent profondément son approche de l’instrument.

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Quatuor Tana

2012 : FUGA PRIZE by Belgium Composers Union

2012 :  LAUREAT of Verbier Festival Academy Chamber Music 

2013 :  OCTAVE DE LA MUSIQUE in Contemporary Music Awards

2013 :  LAUREAT HSBC of l’Académie Européenne de Musique du Festival d’Aix en Provence.

2015 :  COUP DE COEUR Charles Cros Academy

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Tercea Quartet

Since it was founded in 2004, Tercea Quartet has built its identity through a committed musical discourse and an ongoing refreshing approach of the impressive repertoire of string quartet. The quartet is known for its ability to successfully mix a dual approach when considering a piece: respect of the musical tradition and innovation.

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Wilhem Latchoumia

Born in Lyon in 1974, Wilhem Latchoumia unanimously obtains the Gold Medal at the Conservatoire National de Région of Lyon (Anne-Marie Lamy's class), then the first Prize with congratulations from the jury at the Conservatoire National de Musique et de Danse of Lyon (Eric Heidsieck's and Géry Moutier's classes). He ends his training with Géry Moutier in perfection classes. He was Claude Helffer's student and followed Yvonne Loriod-Messiaen's and Pierre-Laurent Aimard's master classes.

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La Risonanza

Founded by Fabio Bonizzoni in 1995 as a vocal and instrumental group, La Risonanza is now a chamber orchestra using period instruments. It has flexible instrumentation depending upon the repertoire performed and it occasionally collaborates with guest choirs for performances of larger works. The ensemble particularly focuses its attention on Italian style music composed between the end of the 17th and the first half of the 18th Century.

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Julien Leroy

Assistant conductor of the Ensemble Intercontemporain (EIC), working first for Susanna Mälkki (2012/2013), then for Matthias Pintscher (2013/2015), Julien Leroy joins in the new generation of young French conductors. His repertoire extends from 18th century to contemporary music, wether it is symphonic, lyrical or music for ensemble.

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Antoine Glatard

“I boil, I burn, I catch fire!”: this quote from Labiche’s A Young Man in a Hurry perfectly encapsulates Antoine Glatard’s personality. This young French conductor has a contagious energy and enthusiasm, a meticulous but truly imaginative musical language, and a will to share an extensive lyrical and symphonic repertoire with all. He brings a breath of fresh air to the new generation of classical musicians.

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