Anne-Elsa Tremoulet has been a violinist of the Paris Orchestra since 2002. First prize in violin and chamber music (string quartet) of the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Lyon, first prize in chamber music in a trio with piano at the National Conservatory of Music of Paris, graduated in concert from the Paris Normal School of Music, she is part of the Pelléas Chamber Orchestra and regularly performs in chamber music. Passionate and driven by the desire to help young artists, in 2017 she created Anima Music Foundation whose goal is on the one hand to contain and preserve the European instrumental heritage through the acquisition and maintenance of ancient stringed instruments and on the other to allow our best players to play high quality instruments loaned by Anima. Anne-Elsa Tremoulet plays a 1711 Carlo Giuseppe Testore violin.
Béatrice Muthelet – alto, Clément Noel – oboe, Anne-Elsa Tremoulet – violin, Jerome Le Franc – cello