Clémence Labarrière


Clémence Labarrière began studying the violin at the age of six at the municipal conservatory of Clichy in the class of Isabelle Debever. In 2000, she was admitted to the Conservatoire National de Région de Montpellier in Elena Dmitriev’s class, where she obtained her Diplôme d’Etude Musicale in 2006. She was then accepted into Jean Lenert’s class at the Schola Cantorum de Paris.

In 2009, she won the 1st prize in the UFAM competition in her category. In 2010, she moved to Chile, where she pursued a bachelor’s degree in musical interpretation at the Catholic University of Santiago de Chile. Soon after, she was invited as an additional musician to the Chamber Orchestra of Chile and to the Chamber Music Festival of Santiago. In 2012, she won the “Jeunes Solistes du Chili” competition with Chausson’s Poem, which she performed the following year as a soloist with the Chilean Symphony Orchestra. In 2014, she won first place in the violin competition of the Symphony Orchestra of Concepción, Chile. She worked there for three years and continued to perform chamber music concerts in Santiago, Concepción, and Frutillar in various formations.

At the end of 2017, Clémence returned to live in Paris, where she furthered her studies with Éric Lacrouts. In 2018, she joined the chamber music collective Commixtus, notably taking up the Violin-Bassoon duo with Franck Leblois.

Since 2018, she has been a member of the PMO under the direction of Claire Gibault. Clémence is also an additional violinist with the Caen Orchestra and performs in various formations with the Commixtus collective, ranging from duos to septets with winds. She also performs violin-piano sonatas.

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