violon, Florian Maviel

   Anne Camillo, violon

                                      alto, Céline Tison

    Pablo Tognan, violoncelle

 

Quatuor Tercea

Tercea Quartet has built its identity through a committed musical engagement and an ongoing refreshing approach of the impressive repertoire of string quartet.

Therefore they sought priceless coaching straight from the great masters focusing on their specialties (Viennese and German music with Alban Berg Quartet and Artemis Quartet, Czech music with the Janacek Quartet and French music from the Ravel Quartet among others).

This led them studying in various structures such as the Lyon’s Conservatory, Queen Elizabeth Chapel Brussels ProQuartet and the Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía in Madrid.

In 2009, Tercea won the 1st Prize and the Audience Prize at the International Competition of Chamber Music Trondheim ( TICC 2009).

From this point, they started going on tour in France , Sweden, Norway , Denmark, Germany ...

More recently they have performed in various festivals including Aix -en- Provence, Eygalières, or Radio - France Montpellier. He participate to "concerts improbables" for Jean-François Zygel at Théâtre du Chatelet.

On the other hand, the quartet is committed into bringing classical music to younger generations, through the “Jeunesses Musicales de France” institution (French Musical Youths). During the last two years, Tercea performed throughout the country for children aged from 8 to 12.

They also got actively committed in the educational project “ProQuartet”, which is directly involved with various Parisian schools, from kindergarten to college.

The Tercea Quartet was in residence at the École Normale Supérieure of Paris from 2011 to 2013.

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