Léa MARION-NELY

Léa MARION-NELY

Flute & Flute and woodwind ensemble

Léa Marion-Nély joined the Conservatoire à Rayonnement Régional de Lyon at the age of 7 to study the violin and at the age of 12 began playing the flute. Six years later, she obtained her three Diplomas of Musical Studies in violin, flute and musical training.

On the advice of P. Bernold, she entered the Aix-en-Provence Conservatory in the flute class of J-M. Boissières and in violin in the class of A. Menier.

After her two advanced diplomas in flute and violin, she joined the Haute Ecole de Musique de Lausanne in flute where she perfected her skills with J-D. Castellon, L. Schneider, S. Latour and A. Menier. Moreau-Zardini. In 2018, she obtained her Bachelor of Arts with the highest mark following a recital she performed on the diversity of the arts.

She also has a passion for chamber music and teaching. She can be heard with the Trio Utopia, the Duo Caméléon, or the Duo "A la française" that she created with her mother, Sylvaine Nély. She teaches the flute at La Maison de Musique de Divonne and at the Ecole Nouvelle de la Suisse Romande where she introduces the youngest children to music.

In 2018, Léa enters the orchestra of the Sinfonietta de Lausanne under the direction of D. Reiland as second flute/piccolo soloist. The same year she passed the competition as an additional member of the Lausanne Chamber Orchestra.

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