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[Rarely has a musician been seen to embody so perfectly the music she interprets !]
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[Inspired, passionate, Cyrielle Golin throws her bow as if she was looking for the right measure of the world..] Frédérick Casadesus - Médiapart
Cellist from Metz (France), Cyrielle Golin has been invited since the beginning of her career to perform as a soloist in numerous concert halls, notably for the concertos of Robert Schumann, Joseph Haydn, Camille Saint-Saëns, Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach and the double concerto of Johannes Brahms.
Rewarded and praised on numerous occasions by the international press (Pizzicato, Opus Klassiek, Audiophile Magazine, Musicalifeiten, Klassik Heute, Médiapart, Muzlifemagazine …), her new CD "Un moment musical chez les Schumann" released by Klarthe in January 2020, elaborated with the artistic and human complicity of the pianist Antoine Mourlas, pays tribute to the composers Robert, Camillo and Georg Schumann.
In 2015, Cyrielle Golin founded the Quatuor Akos, a string quartet whose sound aesthetics tends towards a historical perspective through the use of classical or modern bows, depending on the repertoire approached. Three years later, the Quartet won the 3rd Prize and the Bärenreiter Prize at the 13th International Mozart Competition (Mozarteum Salzburg) and in 2019, became laureate of the King Baudoin Foundation - Fravanni Fund, which will lead to the release of a double disc devoted to the six quartets of Joseph Haydn's Opus 76 with the NoMadMusic label in January 2021. The Quatuor Akos has also just won the Prize Adolfo Betti - best string quartet at the Virtuoso & Belcanto International Competition in Lucca (Italy) in July 2020. Moreover, the Quartet has been supported by Musique à Flaine since its beginnings.
The search for fusion linked to the very nature of chamber music and the necessary asceticism required by this discipline led Cyrielle Golin to play at the Konzerthaus Berlin, Salle Colonne (Paris), Schloß Nymphenburg (Munich), Rublys Werkstatt (Homburg) Academy of Athens, Palazzo Albrizzi (Venice), and in the festivals Format Raisins, Les Musicales d'Arradon, Festival de Gerardmer, Le chant de la rive, Musique à Vars, Les cordes en ballade, Les Musicales de Ristolas, Les Musicales de Bandol, Les jeux du baroque, Festival Flam', Musiques en voûtes, Moments musicaux de Chagny, Le Mai Musical en Pays Saujonnais, Les Mercredis Musicaux de Saint-Pierre-en-Vaux, Musiques sur les côtes ... She is also present on the radio shows "Générations France Musique, le live" presented by Clément Rochefort, "En Pistes" by Emilie Munera and Rodolphe Bruneau-Boulmier on France Musique , "La Preuve par Z" by Jean-François Zygel on France Inter, "Musikszene" on Deutschlandfunk in Berlin and also Orpheus Radio Russia, 100,7 (Luxembourg), Chopin Radio Polski, IDFM, RCF ...
Her attraction for the performing arts also led her to collaborate with choreographer Alexander Ekman on the ballet Cacti, which was performed at the Saarländisches Staatstheater and then at the Theater Heilbronn for the 2015-16 season. She developed the musical part and performed on stage for the play Amadeus by Peter Schaffer, directed by Paul-Emile Fourny at the Opéra-Théâtre de Metz Métropole and at the Théâtre de la Manufacture de Nancy in 2018.
Cyrielle Golin studied with Jean Adolphe at the CRR de Metz, Philippe Muller at the CRD d'Aulnay-sous-Bois, and the Quatuor Ysaÿe in the Concertist Cycle at the CRR de Paris, then joined the Hochschule für Musik Saar in the class of Gustav Rivinius where she brilliantly obtained her master's degree. She also benefits from the advice of artists such as Luc-Marie Aguera, Jérôme Akoka, Antoine Lederlin, Yovan Markovitch, Axel Schacher, Rainer Schmidt, Claire Thirion ... During her studies, she won several international prizes including the International Cello Competition of Woluwe-Saint-Pierre, FNAPEC, Bellan ...
Wishing to promote the chamber music repertoire by encouraging encounters between artists from Metz and international musicians, Cyrielle Golin created and took on the artistic direction of the Festival de Musique de Chambre de Metz.