French pianist, David Violi studied in Lyon Conservatory before he joined the Banff Center for the arts (Canada). Student of Aldo Ciccolini, he won the Yamaha Competition of "Yamaha Music Foundation of Europe", prix Grandpiano, and the Sakai Piano Competition in Japan.
Regularly invited in international scenes, he plays recital and chamber music repertoires (Japan, Spain, Moldavia, Sweden; Germany, Canada, China, Taiwan, Italy...) In France, we can find him at Orsay Museum Auditorium, and in the most famous festivals: Piano aux Jacobins, l'Esprit du piano, Festival Berlioz, Lille Piano Festival, La Folle Journée de Nantes.
His curiosity, led him to join Palazzetto Bru Zane of Venice and to help public to discover unknowed scores or composers (Hahn, Pierné, Mel Bonis, Séverac). We can also hear him on the France Musique radio, on Mezzo television channel or french television.
Recognized as one of the most promising violist of her generation, the french Léa Hennino has made her mark at prestigious international venues around the world where she shared the stage of the finest musicians of today.
Former student of Paris Conservatoire, she also studied in Switzerland and was selected to participate in prestigous chamber music events all over Europe where she played concerts and took masterclass with renowned international artists. Enriched by these meetings Léa received prizes in several competitions in France, Luxembourg, Germany and got support from several French Foundations.
In 2016, she performed the Rhapsody-Concerto by Martinü with the Kralové Philharmonic Orchestra in Czech Republic and she is invited by the Armenian Philharmonic Orchestra next season. Next to her rich soloist and chamber musician activity, Léa is regulary invited as guest member in various Ensemble and Orchestra such as Paris Chamber Orchestra, French National Orchestra and Dissonances Ensemble.
First price of the Swedish International Duo Competition with the pianist Nathanaël Gouin in 2010, third Grand Price and special price of the student of Paris Conservatory at Marguerite Long-Jacques Thibaud International Competition, Guillaume Chilemme is one of the promising violinists of his generation.
Student of Paris Conservatory, he had renowned teachers like Boris Garlitsky and Pierre-Laurent Aimard before studying in Berlin and Saarbrücken. Guillaume is invited in a lot of festivals around the world like France, Japan, Sweden, Poland.
He performed with famous musicians like Renaud and Gauthier Capuçon, Adam Laloum and he is regularly invited as solist to play concertos. Currently, he is the new violin soloist of Auvergne Orchestra and a member of various Ensemble like I giardini and Dissonances Ensemble.
From a musician family, Pauline Buet received a teaching based on joy of playing, listening skills, and repertoires’ discovery. She started a chamber musician career with I giardini, Virévolte Ensemble, Danel quartet. She also played with reknowned artists like Emmanuelle Bertrand, Lise Bertaud, Sabine Deviehle.
With I giardini Ensemble, she helps french romantic composers and their repertoires to be recognized or rediscovered, playing on prestigious european scenes (Stockholm, Venice, Bologna, Berlin) or in country like China.
Graduate of Paris Conservatory, she developped her skills with Günter Pichler (Quatuor A.Berg) in Madrid, Peter Hörr in Leipzig, Quatuor Artemis in Brussels. In 2009, she won the first price and Public price of the International Chamber Music Competition in Trondheim, Norway.