Bartu Elci-Ozsoy
Bartu Elci-Ozsoy

Bartu Elci-Ozsoy, born on 31 August 2003, is a violinist, conductor and composer. He made his debut in Paris at the age of 15 by conducting his 1st Symphony and playing the violin concerto of Mendelssohn on 26 May 2019 at the Theatre des Varietes. After his premiere, Jean-Claude Casadesus, one of the greatest French conductors, started to teach and mentor him. He was admitted to Paris Conservatoire at the age of 15 in the class of Alexis Galpérine, a pupil of Ivan Galamian and Henryk Szeryng.

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Coline Infante
Coline Infante

Coline Infante étudie tout d’abord le piano et le violoncelle dans les classes respectives d’Eliane Reyes et Diana Ligeti. Guidée par sa passion pour l’opéra, Coline débute ses études en chant lyrique auprès d’Olivier Heyte, Florence Katz et Mary Saint-Palais. Diplômée en musicologie du Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris dans les classes de Sylvie Pébrier, Florence Badol-Bertrand et Lucie Kayas, elle étudie par la suite, lauréate de la Bourse Sylff – Nippon Foundat

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Dayton Hare
Dayton Hare

Dayton Hare (b. 1996) is a composer and writer living in Oyonnax, France. Born in Boulder, Colorado, he began his musical studies at age 11 with piano lessons. He started studying composition in high school while attending the University of North Carolina School of the Arts, and he holds degrees with highest honors from the University of Michigan in Music Composition and English Language & Literature, with a minor in French. His primary composition teachers at Michigan were Evan Chambers, Kristi

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Delphine Benhamou
Delphine Benhamou

Diplômée du Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris, Delphine Benhamou est régulièrement invitée par de nombreux orchestres nationaux (Orchestre de l’Opéra National de Paris, Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio- France, ainsi que les orchestres symphoniques de Lyon, Nancy, Bordeaux- Aquitaine, Strasbourg, Metz, Rennes…) et Festivals (Festival des Forêts, Festival Normandie impressionniste, Entrecasteaux…) dans des répertoires classiques, lyriques, ou contemporains. En récit

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Diana Ligeti ©Caroline Doutre 1
Diana Ligeti ©Caroline Doutre 1

Following musical studies in Rumania, the cellist Diana Ligeti entered the Paris Conservatoire post-graduate program. She soon attracted the attention of Lord Yehudi Menuhin, and attended the International Menuhin Music Academy in Gstaad (Switzerland). Ms. Ligeti also holds a Master’s degree in Musicology from the Sorbonne Paris University. Winner of many competitions in her native Rumania, Ms. Ligeti was a finalist in the prestigious Munich Competition in 1992, and won First Grand Prize at the

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Elaine Ng
Elaine Ng

Born in Hong Kong, Elaine Ng established herself as a well-rounded musician. With full scholarships and academic fellowships awards, she earned her Bachelor Degree of Music (Honors) at The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts and her Master Degree of Music at Mannes College – The New School for Music in New York City, where her major mentors were Hong-Ying Ho, Hiroko Yajima, and Chu-Tung Lo. She has received major festival-invitations including New York String Orchestra Seminar at Carnegie Hall

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Classe d'alto de Pierre Henri Xuereb © P
Classe d'alto de Pierre Henri Xuereb © P
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Françoise Gneri © Jean-Baptiste Millot.
Françoise Gneri © Jean-Baptiste Millot.

Named in 2009 professor of viola with the CNSM of Lyon, Francoise Gnéri is a musician with the eclectic and original course, which is characterized by its engagement impassioned in the most varied projects. Its intense activity of chambrist and its deep knowledge of the music of the XXème century are worth to him to be invited on the most important French scenes (Châtelet, Radio-France, Théâtre of the Elysées Fields, Beaubourg, etc…) and foreign (Bremen, Lisbon, Tokyo, New York…) where it occurs

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Eliott Leridon
Eliott Leridon
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