Marieke Bouche


Following 'traditional' instrument studies at the Lyon Conservatoire, Marieke Bouche focuses on early music instrumental performance practices in Saintes, where she obtains her Masters in Classical and Romantic music on period instruments. She now plays with a variety of orchestras sharing her historical-minded approach, notably Le Cercle de l'Harmonie (Jérémie Rhorer), the Orchestre des Champs-Elysées (Philippe Herreweghe), La Chambre Philarmonique (Emmanuel Krivine) and Anima Eterna (Jos van Immerseel). Marieke Bouche has at the same time expanded her repertory, pursuing evermore the quest towards an informed period interpretation, to Baroque music, performing with the Collegium Vocale (Philippe Herreweghe), Brock (Belgique) and La Chapelle Rhénane (Benoît Haller). She is also a member of two early music ensembles regularly on stage in France and throughout Europe, Suonare e Cantare (two-violin sonata configuration) and Rosasolis (two-violin and soprano sonata formation).

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