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Magali Mosnier

Musician

After winning the Jean-Pierre Rampal international competition in Paris in 2001 and then the 1st price and the public price at the prestigious ARD international competition in Munich in 2004, Magali Mosnier has become one of the most in demand French artists. She is invited to places such as the Mozarteum in Salzburg, The Konzerthaus in Berlin, The Lincoln Center in New York, the Rudolfinium in Prague, the Laeiszhalle in Hamburg, the Herkulessaal in Munich, the Teatro de Bilbao, the Pleyel hall, the theater des Champs Elysées, the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, the Seoul Arts Center, the Bunka Kaikan in Tokyo, the festivals of Rheingau, MecklenburgVorpommern, Mostly Mozart NewYork, Ludwigsburg, Saint-Denis, La Folle Journée, the Bach Festival in Leipzig, the festival and the Mozart Woche from Salzburg.

Magali Mosnier performs as a soloist under conductors like Myung-Whun Chung, Daniel Harding, Lionel Bringuier, Jakub Hrusa, Andrey Boreyko, Vladimir Spivakov, Louis Langrée with prestigious orchestras such as the Bayerische Rundfunk, the Münchner Rundfunk, l ' Leipzig MDR orchestra, Prague Philharmonia, Radio France philharmonic orchestra, Stuttgarter Kammerorchester, Stuttgarter Philharmoniker, Moskow Virtuosi. Its partners are artists such as Nicholas Angelich, Nicolas Altstaedt, Sandrine Piau, Isabelle Moretti, Eric Le Sage, I Musici di Roma, the Ebène quartet, Antoine Tamestit and Xavier De Maistre with whom she forms a trio.

Magali Mosnier has signed an exclusivity contract with Sony Classical (Sony BMG Berlin). His first record Fancy with the Munich Radio orchestra was released in spring 2006. She received the Klassiche Echo for the "Revelation of the Year" on this occasion. A second, dedicated to Jean-Sébastien Bach, with the Stuttgart chamber orchestra appeared at the end of 2009, then the concerto for flute and harp by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart with Xavier De Maistre and the Mozarteum Orchester published in 2013 and his album Mozart with the Münchner Kammerorchester appeared in spring 2015. She also engraved Vincent d'Indy's triple concerto for piano, flute and cello with Brigitte Engerer, Marc Coppey and the Brittany orchestra under the baton of Lionel Bringuier for the label Timpani and collaborated on chamber music recordings by Ravel (with Nora Gubisch and Alain Altinoglu), Jacques Lenot, Laurent Lefrançois.

This season we will hear it as a soloist with the Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra, in Lörrach and Munich with the Münchener Kammerorchester, in Cologne with I Musici di Roma, with the National Orchestra of the Pays de Loire, at the festivals of Rheingau and Schleswig Holstein with Nicholas Angelich and Nicolas Alstaedt.

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