Stéphanie Paulet

After obtaining three first prizes at the Paris National Conservatory of Music and several international prizes with the Pantoum trio, Stéphanie Paulet learned orchestra practice for more than ten years under the batons of C. Abbado, B. Haïtink, G. Solti, G. Prêtre, D. Harding, P. Herreweghe.

She has a passion for baroque violin that she studied with O. Edouard, E. Gatti, T. Albert. She has been regularly invited to guest as a solo violin by the Ensembles of Gérard Lesne, Christophe Rousset & Emmanuelle Haïm.

She also performed as a chamber musician on the main international stages across Europe and the US : Théâtre des Champs-Elysées in Paris, Barbican Center and Prom’s in London, Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, Mostly Mozart Festival and Carnegie Hall in New-York, alongside Emmanuelle Haïm, Christophe Rousset, Gérard Lesne.

She distinguished herself as a soloist by playing J.-S. Bach’s Double Violin Concerto with the Concert d’Astrée in Paris and London.

She now dedicates herself to solo recital and chamber music.

She created in 2012 as artistic director and first violin the new ensemble "Aliquando" which has already performed in Germany (Musikfest Bremen), Italy (San Quirico d’Orcia) and Paris.

Aliquando released the CD Amusements under the label Muso around the virtuoso violinist and composer Louis Gabriel Guillemain. Amusements received 5* from Diapason, BBC Music magazine, and Muse Baroque.

Stéphanie Paulet frequently plays with several ensemble with whom she also recorded many CDs for the music labels Alpha and Naïve.

First violon-leader of the new Orchestra Insula conducted by Laurence Equilbey, holder of the National Certificate, she teaches violin at Bremen Musikhochschule, Germany.