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[Rarely has a musician been seen to embody so perfectly the music she performs!]
Flore Vedry-Roussev / Classicagenda

 

  A cellist from Metz, Cyrielle Golin is invited as soloist and chamber musician to numerous venues and festivals in France and abroad; she is also regularly broadcast on France Musique, Radio Classique, France Inter, Polskie Radio Chopin, Orpheus Radio Russia, 100.7 Luxembourg...
  In 2015, Cyrielle Golin founded the Quatuor Akos, a string quartet whose sound aesthetic tends towards a historical perspective through the use of classical or modern bows depending on the repertoire approached. In 2018, the quartet won the 3rd Prize and the Bärenreiter Prize at the 13th International Mozart Competition Salzburg, as well as the "Prix Adolfo Betti" at the International Virtuoso & Belcanto Competition in Lucca in 2020 and the "Prix de la Révélation Ensemble 2016" in La Roche-Guyon. Supported by the Fondation Roi Baudoin - Fonds Fravanni and Musique à Flaine, in 2023 the Akos Quartet will release the double album "Erdödy" on the NoMadMusic label, devoted to the complete Opus 76 by Joseph Haydn. He has already received a CHOC Classica, "Prise de son du mois" Classica, 4 Diapasons, "Disque du jour" on France Musique and "Air du Jour" from Musikzen.

   Cyrielle Golin's multi-award-winning discography (ICMA nomination, Supersonic Award, 4 Diapasons, Opus d'Or, Audiophile Grand Frisson ...), reviewed by some thirty specialist magazines worldwide, also includes "Un moment musical chez les Schumann" released in 2020 by Klarthe, a sonata with pianist Antoine Mourlas that pays tribute to the composers Robert, Camillo and Georg Schumann in a world premiere recording. "Quatuors pour trois instruments" (Quartets for three instruments), released in 2022 on the Calliope label, highlights compositions by Hermann Berens, Felix Mendelssohn and Ferdinand Hummel in a little-known formation that Cyrielle is helping to rediscover: four-hand piano, violin and cello with Antoine Mourlas, Mary Olivon on piano and Hector Burgan on violin.

     A committed musician, she created and was artistic director of the Metz Chamber Music Festival in 2017 and 2018. Her attraction to the performing arts has also led her to collaborate with choreographer Alexander Ekman on the ballet Cacti and the play Amadeus by Peter Schaffer, directed by Paul-Emile Fourny.
    Cyrielle Golin trained at the Conservatoires à Rayonnement Régional in Metz and Paris, then at the Hochschule für Musik Saar with Jean Adolphe, Philippe Muller, the Quatuor Ysaÿe and Gustav Rivinius. During her studies, she won several international prizes, including the Woluwe-Saint-Pierre International Cello Competition, FNAPEC, Bellan, UFAM, Epinal and others.
She currently teaches at the Conservatoire à Rayonnement Régional - Eurométropole de Metz.

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