© Théo Delianne

05.jpg

[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 a regular guest as a soloist (recitals and concertos) or as a chamber musician in numerous European concert hall and festivals such as Nymphenburger Sommer (Munich), Matinée Musicale d'Arles, Academy of Athen, Palazzo Albrizzi (Venice), Konzerthaus Berlin, Les Musicales d'Arradon ... She is also broadcasted on France Musique but also on France Inter, Orpheus Radio Russia, Chopin Radio Polski, Deutschlandfunk Berlin, 100.7 Luxembourg, idFM, RCF ...
  Nominated for the International Classic Music Awards 2021 in the Chamber Music category, his latest album "Un moment musical chez les Schumann" released by Klarthe, elaborated with the complicity of pianist Antoine Mourlas, pays tribute to the composers Robert, Camillo and Georg Schumann. The recording has received nearly 500,000 listens on digital platforms and has been rewarded by some thirty highly praised reviews from the international press (Pizzicato Supersonic Award, Opus Klassiek, Musicalifeiten, Médiapart, Klassik Heute, Audiophile Grand Frisson 2020, Classicagenda ...).
  In 2015, Cyrielle Golin founded the Quatuor Akos, a string quartet that won the 13th International Mozart Competition (Mozarteum Salzburg). This ensemble, whose sound aesthetic tends towards a historical perspective thanks to the use of classical or modern bows depending on the repertoire approached, obtains various awards: the "Adolfo Betti Prize" at the international Virtuoso & Belcanto competition in Lucca in 2020, the "Ensemble Revelation Prize 2016" at La Roche-Guyon; he's also a laureate of foundations (Musique à Flaine, Fondation Roi Baudoin-Fonds Fravanni) which, thanks to their support, will publish the complete quartets opus 76 by Joseph Haydn with the NoMadMusic label the record to be released in march 2023 at the Salle Cortot in Paris
  Her interest in the performing arts led her to collaborate with choreographer Alexander Ekman on the ballet Cacti at the Saarländisches Staatstheater and the Theater Heilbronn in 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 in Nancy in 2018. A committed musician, Cyrielle Golin created and took over the artistic direction of the Metz Chamber Music Festival in 2017 and 2018, bringing together artists of international renown, young musicians, students and local teachers. Concerned about the importance of social actions, she regularly conducts projects in schools, social centers and performs for charity concerts.
  Cyrielle Golin studied at the Conservatoires à Rayonnement Régional de Metz and Paris and at the Hochschule für Musik Saar with Jean Adolphe, Philippe Muller, the Ysaÿe Quartet and Gustav Rivinius. During her studies, she won several international prizes, including the International Cello Competition of Woluwe-Saint-Pierre, FNAPEC, Bellan, UFAM...

   From January 2023, she will host her own musical program, Horizondart, for the radio RCF Pays de l'Ain.

C e l l i s  t

Spotify.png
YT music.png
Qobuz.png
Deezer.png
Apple music.png
  • Facebook
  • YouTube
  • Instagram