Aude Caulé Lefèvre, violin

Aude Caulé-Lefèvre got her instrumental prize at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Lyon. She followed with a postgrade to practice in more depth the string quartet repertoire. During this period, she has been trained by well-known musicians : V.Berlinski (Borodine Quartet), G.Puchler and V.Erben (Alban Berg), r.Schmidt (Hagen Quartet). Former member of the Satie Quartet, with the support of Proquartet, she has been a prizewinner of the Trondheim Competition (Norway) and of the International Competition of Banff (Canada). Playing in many festivals (abbaye de La Prée, abbaye de Norlac, château de l’Emperi) on a regular basis, she is the guest player of some chamber music ensembles with J.M.Luisada, Williencourt, P.Meyer… As the first violin of the Archinto Quartet, she has been able to explorate the string quartet repertoire and to develop the particuliar expression of the gut strings play. Because of that, she took part in many projects around the classical and romantic repertoires. In 2011, Aude Caulé-Lefèvre, as a solo violin and together with the musicologist Remy Campos, got involved in a research about the ways of playing during the XIXth century (Festival de la Chaise-Dieu). Attracted by the teaching, influenced by her regular contact with Christophe Poiget, goth er certificate of competence in 2000. She has been appointed at the CRR de Cergy-Pontoise in 2003 and at the Conservatoire à Rayonnement Départemental de Bourg La Reine in 2013. She plays on a regular basis with the Pygmalion ensemble and has been recruted as co-principal violin in the Insula Orchestra (L.Equilbey) in 2012, when it has been founded.