Virginie Bertazzon

Virginie Bertazzon started cello at the age of three in Chantal Darietto’s class and completed her studies at the Conservatoire National de Lyon in the class of Patrick Gabard. She studied in many summer music camps and Master Class with masters like Xavier Gagnepain, Yvan Chiffoleau, Anner Bylsma.

Holder of the State Diploma of Specialized Cello Education, she is also a teacher accredited level 5 of the Suzuki method and participated in 2013 in the project “orchestra at school” for the city of Aubagne.

She has been cellist of the Aix-en-Provence Philharmonic since 2005, of the « opera orchestra in the village » of Pourrieres and member of various chamber ensembles, including the cello octet “Rondo di Cello” with which she performed in France and abroad, the Microcosmos trio and the instrumental ensemble “Bande Originale ».

Anne Gambini

Anne Gambini enters the Marseille Conservatoire in piano class at the age of seven. She then discovered the cello and joined the class of Geneviève Teulières, where she won a Médaille d’Or and the “Henry Dutilleux” interpretation prize.

It is with personalities such as Maud Tortelier, Arto Noras and Truls Mork that she improves her cello experience, while performing in many chamber music festivals, both in France and abroad (Spain, Portugal, Italy).

She obtained her first engagements at the Opéra de Marseille, at the Avignon Provence Region Lyrical Orchestra, as well as at the Toulon Opera and performed with them in series of concerts in the USA, Switzerland, Italy and Morocco.

Wishing to broaden her musical universe, she participated in recordings of film music, entertainment shows, and also accompanied Levon Minassian, notably in the framework of “Babel Med Music”, forum of world music.

Camille Gueirard

Camille Gueirard began playing the cello at the age of nine, after having studied piano for four years. She studied at the National Conservatory of Marseille in the class of Odile Gabrielli where she obtained in 2004 a Premier Prix, the Pierre Barbizet prize in the Bach competition for the performance of a Bach suite and a chamber music Premier Prix.

In 2006, she joined the Haute Ecole de Musique of Geneva in the class of François Guye where she obtained in 2009 a Master degree of Orchestra and in 2012 a Master degree of Pedagogy.

She is regularly invited to play in orchestras such as the Marseille Philharmonic Orchestra, the Avignon Regional Orchestra, the Geneva Chamber Orchestra, the Orchestre de la Suisse Romande and played directed by conductors such as Jean Claude Casadesus, Evelino Pido, Charles Dutoit and Michael Schønwandt.

Today she is dedicated to the preparation of orchestra competitions, teaching and theatrical performances where she acts as a solo cellist.