QUATUOR VARÉSE

QUATUOR VARÉSE
QUATUOR VARÉSE

Founded in 2006. Since 2010 active concert activity u. a. in Japan, Italy, Germany, Algeria and Canada. 2007 in the quartet class of the Ysaÿe Quartet at the Conservatoire Paris (CRR). 2009 Masterclass with Miguel Da Silva at the Ravel Academy of St. Jean de Luz. In 2009 they received the ADAMI Prize at the International Chamber Music Competition Lyon. In 2011 they received the FNAPEC Prize at the FNAPEC-Musiques d'ensembles European Chamber Music Competition.

3rd prize € 9,000 donated by the five Styrian universities

François GALICHET, violin (France)
Born in 1984 in France. From 1990 taught with Philippe Queswel in Rouen, 2002-2004 with Maurice Moulin, 2003-2006 with Jacques Ghestem and 2006-2010 with Vladimir Nemtanu. Studied at the CNSM de Lyon. Master 2nd Masterclasses with Michael Henz and Kazimierz Olechowski.

Sylvain SÉAILLES, Viola (France)
Born in 1987 in Beaumont. From 1994 lessons with Sabina Voico in Counnon d'Auvergne, 2005-2006 with Fabienne Stadelmann, 2006-2009 with Tesso Adamopoulos and 2009-2010 with Francaise Gnéri. Studied at the C.N.R. d'Aubervillieng, 2005-2006 at La Caunnane and 2006-2010 at C.N.S.M. de Lyon. Diplomas D.E.M. 2005 and the Master 2010.
Masterclasses 2006 with Igor Boguslavsky, 2009 with Jutta Puchhammer-Sédillot and 2011 with Miguel da Silva. Concert at the Gustav Mahler Youth Orchestra, at the Schleswig Holstein Festival u. a.

Jean Louis CONSTANT, violin (France)
Born in 1983 in Clermont-Ferrand. From 1991 lessons with Héléne Friberg in Clermont-Ferrand, with José Alvarez from 2001-2005, with Christophe Piget from 2005-2008 and with Marie Charuet from 2008-2010. Studied at CNR de Paris, ENM Aulnay, CDSMO de Lyon. Concert as a soloist and with the Quatuor Varèse.

Thomas RAVEZ, Violoncello (France)
Born in 1984 in Soissons. From 1989 taught with Marc Thirauft in Reims, from 2003 with Jean Marie Gamard, 2005-2006 with Erwan Fauré and 2006-2010 with Anne Gastinef. Studied at the CNSM de Lyon. Diploma Master, master classes with Gery Hoffmann, Christophe Coin and Yvan Chiffafeau.