ISB 2019 Convention Presenter — Lorraine Campet

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Name: Lorraine Campet
Website: https://lorrainecampet.com/
Presentation Date: Friday, June 7, 2019 8:00 PM
Presentation Venue: MAC Stage
Presentation Title: Lorraine Campet in Recital
Type of Presentation: Recital
Musical Style: Classical
Bio: Lorraine discovered the double bass at the age of 5, and first learnt with Jean-Edmond Bacquet, before being accepted at the Paris CNSM in 2012, in Thierry Barbé's class. She received her Masters degree in 2016 and went on to study for one year with Petru Iuga at the University of Mannheim in Germany.
Alongside the double bass, Lorraine also studies the violin, firstly working with Suzanne Gessner at the Regional Conservatoire of Paris, before being accepted at the Paris CNSM where she continues to study with Jean-Marc Phillips.
Lorraine has been advised by musicians such as Eugene Levinson, Thomas Martin, Bozo Paradzik and Roland Pidoux, to name but a few. She regularly plays as a chamber musician in various festivals such as "le Festival de Pâques" in Deauville, "les Rencontres Musicales d'Evian", "Musique en Ré", "Festival du Périgord Noir", "Festival de Perros-Guirec" and "Les Folles Journées de Nantes", alongside artists such as the Trio Wanderer, Christophe Gaugué, Lise Berthaud, Sarah Nemtanu, François Salque, the Modigliani Quartet, Christophe Morin, Thierry Koehl, Yan Levionnois, the Messiaen Quartet and Marianne Piketty.
She has been awarded the first prize for both the Leopold Bellan International Competition and the International Double Bass Competition in Amsterdam, 2014. In 2017, she won both the Festival Prize and the Prize for best interpretation of a contemporary piece at the "Festival Musical d’Automne de Jeunes Interprètes". Last year, she also won second prize at the International Giovanni Bottesini Competition.
Since 2015, she has been associate principal bass for the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France.
Lorraine plays a Richard Gonon double bass and her bow is by Emilio Slaviero.
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