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Pierre-Éric Nimylowycz


It was by discovering the practice of orchestra and chamber music at the music school of his childhood that Pierre-Éric Nimylowycz decided to become a musician.

He studies the violin, the baroque violin and the viola with Nathanaëlle Marie, Patrick Bismuth, Manuel Solans and François Fernandez; harmony and counterpoint with Raphaël Picazos, Pierre Pincemaille and Loïc Mallié; orchestration with Olivier Kaspar at the National Conservatory of the Boulogne Region, then at the Higher National Conservatories of Music in Paris and Lyon. At the same time, he obtained a Bachelor of Musicology at Paris-IV Sorbonne University.

Subsequently, he was fortunate to count as chamber music partners personalities such as Patrick Cohen, Olivier Beaumont, Jaap Schröder, François Fernandez, Cécile Agator, Stéphanie Marie-Degand, Jérôme Pernoo, Henri Demarquette, and Sergey Malov and playing in orchestras such as Le Cercle de l'Harmonie (Jérémie Rhorer), Le Concert d'Astrée (Emmanuelle Haïm), Ricercar Consort (Philippe Pierlot) and Les Talens Lyriques (Christophe Rousset).

As a violist, he particularly likes the repertoire of the string quartet. It was with a desire for new musical horizons, through the rediscovery of rare repertoires, that he joined the Cambini-Paris Quartet in 2010.

He recorded world premiere Terra Desolata by Thierry Escaïch for baroque ensemble.