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Ludivine Moreau discovered the classical flute at age 5 and studied in Toulouse, her hometown. After getting her conservatory prize with high honours and unanimous support (2008), completing a “cycle de perfectionnement” in 2010 (diploma allowing to access a Conservatoire national supérieur de musique et de danse) and graduating from High school in Science stream (2010), she decided to spend a year in the Hochschule Carl Maria von Weber of Dresden (Germany) to work with a teacher who was very important to her: Stéphane Réty, solo flautist with the Basel symphonic orchestra and the Zürcher Kammer Orchester.

In 2011 she entered the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse of Lyon where she was taught the precious advice of Philippe Bernold, Julien Beaudiment and Claude Lefebvre. 4 years later, she completed her studies there with a master’s degree summa cum laude. During her stay in CNSMDL she broadened her knowledge in contemporary music with Fabrice Pierre and in Baroque music by improving on her wooden flute technique.

 

Her awareness of the musician place in society led her to write her memoir : “What are the connections between the American minimalist composers and the American society?”. She really enjoyed researching that subject and decided to delve into this field: she entered the DAI contemporain in Paris CNSMD in September 2015 and graduate in June 2016.

 

At the same time, Ludivine took part in numerous contests: finalist in the Orchestre de la Suisse Romande (june 2016) and Orchestre National de Lyon (2015)  recruitment contests, Carl Nielsen international flute contest in Odense in 2014, Concours Le Parnasse cycle 2 (1st prize) and 12th edition of the Concours du Jeune Flûtiste (2nd prize) in 2006, 9th edition of the Concours du Jeune Flûtiste in 2005 (1st prize and City Award).

 

She regularly plays with great orchestras: OSR (Suisse Romande), Paris Opera, Lyon Opera, Paris Chamber orchestra, Lyon National Orchestra… These enriching experiences have increased her willingness to become an orchestral musician.

She enters the Orchestre de Lauréats du CNSMDP  in June 2016.

She also has a passion for chamber music: in 2014 she created the Duo GINKGO (flute and harp ) together with Lucie Berthomier. They got a contract with AJAM (an association that helps young musicians) for the 2015/2016 season.

Ludivine won two financial aids in 2015, and the Fondation Safran (that helps young and promising musicians).

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