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Stéphanie Bayle-Perin

Stéphanie Bayle-Perin, violinist and violist, studied violin at the Conservatoire d’Aix-en-Provence in the class of Aurélia Spadaro, disciple of Zino Francescatti, and obtained the Prizes of violin and Chamber Music. She improved her art in Paris with Catherine Courtois, a pupil of Isaac Stern. A few years after, she discovered the viola and worked with Tasso Adamopoulos.

Passionate about teaching, she obtained her state diploma and now teaches violin at the Conservatoire d’Aubagne.

She continues through her two instruments to evolve in various formations: the Chamber Orchestra of Aix-en-Provence where she was principal second violin, the trio Aquae, the Philharmonic Orchestra of the Country of Aix as a co-solist viola, the contemporary ensemble Yin and the Saint-Jean Quartet.

She has performed with musicians such as Anne Queffelec, Régis Pasquier, Olivier Charlier and Patrice Fontanarosa and worked directed by Sir Yehudi Menuhin.

Pascale Guerin

Pascale Guerin studied viola and chamber music at the C.N.R in Marseilles in the class of Alain Jeanneau and Adrienne Privat where she obtained two first prizes and the prize of the city of Marseille. She then improved her art with Kurt Lewin and Marie-Christine Wieterkoer.

Passionate of chamber music and interested in all forms of musical expression, she joined the ensemble of contemporary music Télémaque with which she performed in France and abroad.

In 2006, she won the Prix Pierre Barbizet with the Pythéas chamber ensemble.
Many are the concerts with the Musicians of Helios where she performed with the quartet Debussy, Philippe Cassar, Patrice Fontanarosa, Bruno Rigutto etc.

In addition, she regularly performed in numerous productions within the Marseille Opera Orchestra, Toulon, Avignon as well as the Montpellier National Orchestra.

Cécile Hahn-Fritsche

Cécile Hahn-Fritsche was born in Sedan in 1979. After obtaining her first prize of viola at the CRR of Reims in the class of Pascal Robault, assistant professor at CNSMD in Paris, she then studied with Louis Fima, professor at CRR of Paris. In 2002, she joined the advanced class at CRR Marseille in the class of Magali Demesse and Alain Pélissier. In 2006, she obtained her State Diploma at CEFEDEM Sud d’Aubagne as a viola teacher.

After several replacies in different CRDs in the region, Cécile Hahn-Fritsche has worked since 2008 as viola and chamber music teacher in different schools of music : Gardanne, Orange, Rognac and La Fare les Oliviers.

On an artistic level, Cécile Hahn-Fritsche is a member of the Ebira ¾ quartet (string trio and flute) and the Aix-en-Provence Philharmonic Orchestra and plays in various orchestras in the region.

She is currently in charge of the pedagogical coordination of Demos Project (Philharmonie de Paris).