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Aymeric Gracia
Violin

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After studying at the Sorbonne and the Regional Conservatoire in Rueil-Malmaison with Guy Comentale, Aymeric Gracia was awarded a place to study at the Haute École de Musique in Geneva with Marie-Annick Nicolas on the unanimous decision of the jury. In June 2015, he obtained his Master’s in Performance with distinction and was awarded the Adolphe Neuman Special Prize by the town of Geneva. He has taken part in master classes with violinists such as Kasuki Sawa, Sergueï Fatkulin, Olivier Charlier, Véronique Bogaerts and Patrick Fontanarosa. He studied chamber music with Gábor Takács-Nagy at the HEM in Geneva and perfected his technique with renowned ensembles like the Franco-Austrian Quatuor Mosaïques, the Gryphon Trio (Toronto), the Talich Quartet (Prague) and the Artis Quartet (Vienna). He performs regularly as a soloist and in chamber music and orchestral concerts with various ensembles in France and Switzerland. In January 2016, he was lead violinist in a production of La Traviata with Operami in Geneva. Since September 2016, he has been in residence at the Paris Opera Academy where he has taken part in Academy concerts and productions at the Bastille Amphitheatre and has performed as a supplementary player with the Paris Opera orchestra in both opera and ballet productions.