Having a special vocation and enthusiasm for chamber music, Laetitia Bougnol performs regularly with most well-known French soloists. She collaborates in particular with David Guerrier, André Cazalet, Vincent Lucas, Patrick Gallois, Philippe Bernold or Michel Becquet. She is also frequently invited to perform within bigger ensembles, such as l’Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio-France, l’Orchestre National de Lyon, Opéra de Lyon, or l’Orchestre du Luxembourg, under the batons of Emmanuel Krivine, Louis Langrée, Ivan Fischer, Kent Nagano, Myung-Whun Chung or David Robertson.
In parallel, she accompanies numerous masterclasses, including those of Emmanuel Pahud, Aurèle Nicolet, Jean-Jacques Kantorow, Vera Rosza, Gérard Poulet, as well as prestigious international competitions from which the contests Jean-Pierre Rampal or Maurice André.
During ten years, she was the assistant and pianist accompanist of Philippe Bernold ﬂute class. Currently, Laetitia is professor of accompaniment at the Conservatoire de Lyon (CRR), instructor at the CNSMD in Lyon, pianist accompanist at the Schola Cantorum in Paris for the violin class of Jean Lenert and at the CNSMD in Lyon for the tuba class of Stéphane Labeyrie.
She recorded with the brass trio formed by Michel Becquet, André Cazalet and Thierry Caens, in duo with the ﬂutists Jean-Louis Beaumadier or Karl-Heinz Schütz, and with percussionnist Philippe Limoge.
Laetitia completed brilliant studies at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse (CNSMD) in Lyon, in the piano class of Éric Heidsieck and accompaniment class of Suzy Bossard. She also received coaching from Bruno Rigutto, Catherine Collard, Henri Barda, JeanFrançois Heisser, Vlado Perlmutter. She is laureate of the Académie Maurice Ravel and won a third prize at the Maria Canals International Competition in Barcelona in 2005 in duo with ﬂutist Julien Beaudiment.