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Mathilde Calderini

Musician

Mathilde Caldérini studied the flute with Claude Lefebvre at the CRR in Paris, then with Sophie Cherrier and Vincent Lucas at the CNSM in Paris. She then perfected herself at the Royal Academy of Music in London with William Bennett and Samuel Coles. It was under the advice of Paul Meyer and Eric Lesage that Mathilde Caldérini developed her passion for chamber music. She is thus a member of the Ensemble Ouranos, wind quintet with variable geometry, in residence at the Singer-Polignac Foundation, with which she won the First Prize and Public Prize of the Lyon International Chamber Music Competition in 2018.
Born in France, Mathilde leads a career across Europe and Asia. For the past two seasons, Mathilde has been invited to play as a soloist in France with the Orchester National de France, the Orchester des Pays de Savoie, the Ensemble Nouvelles Portées, the Secession Orchestra, but also in Germany with the orchestra of Radio Stuttgart, Turkey, with the Bursa State Symphony Orchestra and Asia, with the Tokyo Ensemble, the Hyogo Performing Arts orchestra from Osaka, the Kobe City Chamber Orchestra, and on tour in Korea with the Bucheon Philharmonic Orchestra.
Mathilde also performs in recital and chamber music, notably at the Radio France Festival in Montpellier, at Musique à l'Empéri, at the Deauville Festival, at the Aix-en-Provence Easter Festival, at the Flâneries Musicales de Reims, at Musical Meetings of Calenzana, at the Classic Festival in Guéthary and thus plays alongside Renaud Capuçon, Nicolas Angelich, Paul Meyer, Edgar Moreau, Aurèle Marthan, Guillaume Bellom, Agnès Clément, Denis Pascal and Marie Chilemme.
Mathilde is supported by the Vocation of the Prix des Neiges grant and the Clos Vougeot grant.

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