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Marine Perez is a graduate of the conservatories of Paris (CNSM) and Cologne (Hochschule für Musik).
After having played Principal Flute in Stuttgart Philharmonic Orchestra and in the Carpe Diem ensemble, she now teaches flute at the conservatory of Puteaux, a suburb of Paris.
She continues performing as soloist, and as a chamber and orchestra musician. Marine Perez is committed to creating music that is innovative and full of life: for musical events that associate dance, theatre and marionettes, she has made a number of compositions and arrangements.

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Pauline Bartissol's boundless artistic curiosity and her love of sharing music with others has led her to pursue a multi-facetted career as a performer. She finds equal pleasure in her two posts: Assistant Principal Cello at Radio France Philharmonic Orchestra, and Assistant Cello Professor at Paris Conservatory (CNSM) in the class of Marc Coppey. Since 2008 she has been a member of “Phil’Art’Cellistes”, the ensemble of Radio Philharmonic Orchestra cellists; in 2010 she co-founded the Trio Salzedo, a chamber music formation that stands out for the variety, rarity and excellence of its projects and repertoires.

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Frédérique Cambreling
is currently dividing her performance activities between the renowned Ensemble Intercontemporain (of which she has been a member since 1993), solo appearances, and chamber music recitals with the Trio Salzedo. Her eclecticism as a musician has led her to perform at a number of festivals all over Europe, and she has recorded a great number of major works for solo harp.
She currently holds a teaching post at the Superior Conservatory (Pôle Supérieur) of Seine-Saint-Denis, a suburb of Paris.

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