He began working for the contemporary theater repertoire. At the same time, Philippe Andrieux found interest in musical shows. He has been working with Le Concert Impromptu for ten years. His confrontation with different cultures have led him to study the relations between lighting and social culture.
Prizewinner of La Fondation de France in 1988 and Classical revelation of the ADAMI in 1997, Bruno Belhoise enjoys as much playing Bach and Mozart as the contemporary players who do not hesitate to dedicate him their works, such as Alexandre Delgado, Sergio Azevedo, Emmanuel Hieaux, Raymond Alessandrini or Bernard de Vienne. His composition projects led him to write for Le Concert Impromptu for their show Nouvelles Folies d'Espagne. Other projects have come from this collaboration (Bleu d'Outremer, Mozart de Vienne)
Pianist, composer and founder of 2746 after Rome, Jean-Michel Bossini is an off track adventurer. He created for Le Concert Impromptu the musics and sound universe for the show La Maison dans l'Allée, on a text by the poet and editor Jean-François Manier. He is also the author of new versions of Mikrokosmos of Bartok and the tubes of Frank Zappa that he recorded with the ensemble on the CD Prophetic Attitude.
Katrin Bremermann did not go for an academic career : she feels at home nowhere and everywhere, as a professional stranger. She has been living and working in Paris since 1997. With le Concert Impromptu, she signed the scenography of Bleu d'Outremer (National Stage of Cavaillon, 2005) and Mozart (,) de Vienne ? (creation 2006).
Endowed with a live-wire temperament, both generous and engaged, Dana Ciocarlie has a vast repertoire, going from Jean-Sébastien Bach to today's composers. She is recognized as one of the major interpreters of Horatiu radulescu. She is also a much sought-after interpreter of chamber music. Amongst her favourite partners are the violinists Gilles Apap, RaduBlidar, Laurent Korcia, Jane Peters, violist Gérard Causse, cellist Rapaël Chrétien, hornist hervé Joulain and Le Concert Impromptu.
Marie-Françoise Garcia is one of those artists with an ever surprising trajectory of excellence : dancer for the greatest companies, teacher in contemporary ballet at the Conservatoire Supérieur de Lyon since 2003, Marie-Françoise Garcia is also a choreographer : she realized a solo for the choreography Soli Bach for the Ballet Atlatique, Entre Deux, a duo with a singer and One 2 Free for the Dublin International Festival.
« Nature in connection with the physiology of the human body, its breath, its shapes, is at the heart of my artistic process". At the age of 28, Nathalie works on the powerful links between nature and the human being. She works mainly on landscapes. Curious and inventive, she enjoys expressing herself through the various contemporary plastic arts : drawing, sculpture, video and installations. Nathalie Roussel graduated from L'Ecole Nationale des Beaux Arts of Rouen (2003).
The Tétraflûtes Ensemble is a flute quatuor created in 1994 by for swiss female musicians. Born from the desire to play together, the quatuor reflects musically this complicity by giving a new place to the flute, more often dedicated to the symphonic orchestra.
Eclectic and curious, the Tétraflûtes Ensemble opens its repertoire by adapting the classical works and musics of the world that they enjoy. The Ensemble creates many orders for Swiss and European composers.
Bernard de Vienne
Since 1991 Bernard de Vienne is the « associate composer » for Le Concert Impromptu. He works with the musicians of Le Concert Impromptu as much on the compositions for the quintet as on pieces for solo such as his work « Ubuhuha » for one flute dedicated to Yves Charpentier, flutist of Le Concert Impromptu, which was created in Lisbon in 2001 for Antena 2.