Heralded by the legendary violinist Itzhak Perlman as “a strong player with a great deal of temperament as well as sensitivity”, Brieuc shares his love for music in performing all around the world in some of todays’s most prestigious concerts halls, from the Shanghai Grand Theater to the Alice Tully hall in New-York or the Seine Musicale in Paris, Brieuc considers music as a global profession. Equally happy playing for millions of viewers through The Ultimate Luxury Weekend television show in China or just for a few hundred children in public schools, communicating through music is for him a mission. Thinking outside the box, and stepping out into different arts and thinking forms is for Brieuc necessary to enrich his perspectives on music. His curiosity led him to perform for and share the stage with personalities such as Shimon Peres, President of Israel or Emmanuel Macron, President of France in concerts attended by thousands of audience members.

Brieuc Vourch was born in 1995 in Paris and started playing the violin at the age of 3. At the age of thirteen he auditioned for Maestro Louis Langrée with the Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto and moved to America to study with Itzhak Perlman at The Juilliard School of Music and with Aaron Rosand. He came back to Europe in 2014 to study with Boris Kuschnir in Vienna. At the same time, he also studied with Rainer Küchl, former concertmaster of the Vienna Philharmonic. During his formation, Brieuc received guidance of Frank-Peter Zimmermann, Thomas Brandis, Lukas Hagen, Glenn Dicterow, Volkhard Steude and David Kim. His special care to make his violin sound as close as possible to the human voice leads him to join acclaimed singer Philippe Jaroussky’s academy in Paris during the 2017/2018 season where he benefited of Philippe Jaroussky’s wisdom and coaching. The latter will say : “Brieuc Vourch has a great ability to convey his feelings and thoughts to the audience and I have been very impressed by the precise technical quality and musical coherence of his playing”. Brieuc also worked and shared the stage with singer Laurent Naouri in a production of the Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen (Songs of a Wayfarer), a song cycle by Gustav Mahler, performed in their arranged version by Arnold Schoenberg at the Paris Chamber Music Center.

Brieuc is laureate of the Zilber-Rampal Foundation, the Safran Foundation for Music in Paris, the Concordia Foundation for the Arts and the Beares International Violin Society in London as well as scholarship recipient of the Villecroze Music Academy and Verbier Festival Academy. Brieuc is prize winner of the Adelphi Chamber Orchestra Young Artists Competition in the United States, the Anton Rubinstein International Violin Competition in Germany, and of the Maurice Ravel International Music Academy in France. Brieuc was selected among hundreds of applicants to take part in the 2019 Queen Elizabeth International Violin Competition in Belgium and in the 2019 Fritz Kreisler International Violin Competition in Austria and was one of the five finalists of the 2019 New-York Concert Artists Worldwide Debuts Auditions in the United-States. In 2019, Brieuc was named Hantang Culture Young Artist in China and appointed co-concertmaster of the Philharmonisches Orchester Heidelberg. Since 2018, he is the artistic consultant of the Festival du Château de Dio.

As a chamber musician, Brieuc has shared the stage with Roman Simovic, Svetlin Roussev, Mihaela Martin, Nobuko Imai, Raphaël Pidoux, Santiago Cañón Valencia and Frans Helmerson. Brieuc Vourch has enjoyed long lasting performing relationships wih french pianists Ingmar Lazar, Ismaël Margain and Guillaume Vincent.

He performs on a Francesco Ruggeri violin made in 1690 and bow by Nicolas Maire.