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Alix Vaillot-Szwarc

FlagFrance, Montpellier Occitanie NoteViolin

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18-year-old French violinist Alix Vaillot-Szwarc is finishing her studies at the Yehudi Menuhin School hoping to embark on a diverse musical career. She is passionate about performing in all its forms and eager to pursue her learning of the solo repertoire as much as the whole chamber music and ensemble palette.

She began her studies in Montpellier and later entered the Paris Conservatoire to study with Suzanne Gessner. She is currently studying at the Yehudi Menuhin School with Akiko Ono and has also been receiving ongoing teaching from Laura Capano since she was 7. She has also participated in masterclasses with world-renowned teachers including Roland Daugareil, Dora Schwarzberg, Itzhak Rashkovsky and Natasha Boyarsky.

An enthusiastic chamber musician she has performed in many festivals such as the "Festival des nuits Pianistiques", "le festival d'Aix en Provence". She has also played as a soloist with the royal chamber orchestra of Wallonie. Her experience includes competitions such as the Valsesia competition (major prize) and the Malta International competition (first prize)
She currently plays a Parisian Paul Kaul violin.

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