Biography

Clémence begin the violin at the age of 5 in Avignon (France) where she obtains the Diploma of Musical Studies in 2006. She studies with Nicolas Risler in Paris and after meeting Stéphane Tran Ngoc, she decides to go to study with him at the London College of Music. There, she quickly becomes String fellow, leader of the LCM Sinfonia and LCM String Ensemble, creates the Avizo String Quartet and organizes tours in France and London. She also simultaneously finishes a degree in French literature. After performing Sibelius Violin Concerto with I Maestri Orchestra in 2012, she graduates with honours in violin performance.

She then goes to the Royal Northern College of Music for her Masters, where she receives the Stuart Grey Scholarship. She studies with Pavel Fischer and Gina McCormack and completes her MMus Performance in 2014. During these years, she plays with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, win the RNCM Weil Prize 2014 with Diaphane String Quartet, she notably performs as a soloist with the RNCM Brand New orchestra. She was lucky enough to receive masterclasses by international violinists such as Renaud Capuçon, Andrey Baranov, Jack Liebeck, James Clarke, Maurice Hasson, Gérard Poulet, Yair Kless, Serguei Ostrowsky.
After moving back to London in September 2014, she creates the “Anatolia Piano Trio”. They recently played in Conway Hall. She gives many orchestral concerts as leader or part of the orchestra in London and prepares several solo recitals for the year 2015 in Paris. Very active and creative musician, she will be launching new musical projects in the year 2015-16.