After brilliant studies in Paris with Marie Claude THEUVENY, crowned with a first prize unanimously with the congratulations of the jury, the musical career of Carole Bruère GarbargAcross borders to improve with Irina Botchkova at the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow and Jean-Pierre Wallez at the Conservatoire Supérieur de Musique in Geneva. She then performed as a soloist with the Moscow Chamber Orchestra, the Orchestre de la Suisse Romande and the major Parisian university orchestras
Her career, rich in experience, then developed at the Orchestre National de Lorraine, which she joined as a titular violinist in 1991. There she performed the great symphonic and lyrical repertoire under the baton of internationally renowned conductors such as Kent Nagano, Emmanuel Krivine, and Jacques Lacombe. Holder of the Certificate of Aptitude of the Ministry of Culture, passionate about pedagogy, she becomes in 2002 trainer at the CEFEDM of Lorraine and Professor at the CRR of Metz. She conveys the expressive values of the Russian school, the refined fluidity of the French school, creates numerous multidisciplinary shows combining music, dance and theatre, and gives lectures on the comparative study of Russian and Franco-Belgian violin schools. At the same time, she continues to perform in chamber music, string quartet and piano trio. She is regularly invited to play in the French, German and Luxembourg festivals: Flâneries musicales de Reims, les Musicales de Bastia, journées internationales de la musique à Trèves, Journées musicales de Mondorf. In this context, she joins the actors Pascal Omhovere and Vincent Goethals for concerts on reading and music given in Paris at the Collège des Bernardins, Lyon and Metz.
A permanent supersolist of the Aube Symphony Orchestra since 2008, she has performed alongside artists such as Denis Pascal, Olivier Charlier, Isabelle Moretti, and Philippe Bernold. She also participated in contemporary creation by performing works by Guillaume Connesson, Thierry Escaich and Karol Beffa
Carole Bruère Garbarg has been a professor at the Pôle Supérieur in Toulouse (IsdaT) and the CRR in Toulouse since 2018, and plays chamber music alongside pianist Olivier Chauzu Fottorino.
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