Duo Sandrine TILLY / Anne le BOZEC

1st Prize was not awarded

2nd Prize € 6.500, -
Prize of the Akademische Druck- und Verlagsanstalt Graz together with the Restaurant Laufke and the International Competition "Franz Schubert and Modern Music"

 Duo Sandrine TILLY / Anne le BOZEC

Sandrine Tilly and Anne Le Bozec met in 1993. Soon they celebrated international success as a duo in numerous competitions (including 1st Prize at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique in Paris). Tuned to the respective musical style, it is a priority of the artists to achieve absolute sound harmony in the ensemble. In an effort to extend the repertoire for flute and piano - from Baroque to Modern - to those compositions that were not originally intended for this type of ensemble, their concert repertoire also includes numerous transcriptions. The duo is passionately committed to French music of the 20th century.

Sandrine TILLY, flute (France)

Born 1974 in Tours (France). First lesson with Isabelle Ory. At the age of 17, studying at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique in Paris with Pierre-Yves Artaud, then working with u. a. Michel Moraguès, Aurèle Nicolet and Andréas Adorjan. Numerous international prizes as flutist as well as chamber music in duo with Anne Le Bozec. First orchestral position at the age of 22 as a solo flutist at the Philharmonie de Lorraine, since 1998 solo flutist at the Orchester National du Capitole de Toulouse, with whom the artist has played concerts in renowned concert halls worldwide.

Anne le BOZEC, Piano (France)

Born in 1975 in Tours (France). First music lesson in his hometown, at the age of 16 moving to the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique in Paris. Continuation of studies in Germany u. a. Hartmut Höll. Masterclasses with Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau. Laureate of various international competitions for solo piano and in duo with flute. Both in France and in Germany, Anne Le Bozec was known for her work in the field of song. In addition to numerous concert engagements throughout Europe, the first CD recording with songs by Hugo Wolf together with tenor Bernhard Berchtold, winner of the Schubert Competition of the Graz University of Music 2000.
Anne Le Bozec is assistant professor at the Conservatoire in Paris, alongside the singer Pierre Mervant and assistant in the song class of Mitsuko Shirai and Hartmut Höll in Karlsruhe.