Anne-Sophie OLLIVIER

Anne-Sophie OLLIVIER

Violin teacher

Anne-Sophie began playing the violin at the age of 8 at the Conservatoire à Rayonnement Régional de Versailles. She took advantage of classes with flexible schedules to travel with the Orchestre National de France and give her first orchestral concerts in Europe as well as in Chicago, USA.

She later had the opportunity to play in the Sorbonne Orchestra in Paris and more recently took on the role of concertmaster to accompany them on a tour of China. After obtaining her DEM in Saskia Lethiec's class, she entered the Haute Ecole de Musique de Lausanne in 2013 in the class of Gunars Larsens. Subsequently, in the class of Virginie Robilliard, she obtained her master's degree in pedagogy in 2018.

During her studies, she will have the chance to play and tour with youth orchestras such as the Animato Orchestra, the Norwegian Youth Orchestra and the Orchestre Romand des Jeunes Professionnels. Her orchestral experience has led her to play in renowned halls such as the Victoria Hall in Geneva, the Konzerthaus in Berlin, Vienna and Oslo, the Grand Theatre in Shanghai, the Théâtre du Châtelet in Paris,...

She also takes advantage of various master classes with professors such as Marie-Annick Nicolas, Igor Volochine and Sergiu Schwarz.

Today, Anne-Sophie puts the emphasis on teaching while performing in various ensemble formations such as the "crossover ensemble": a string quartet and saxophone ensemble combining the colours of classical and jazz music.

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