Brieuc will perform at the German Embassy in Paris on March 21st.
with Léa Hennino, Viola.
Recognized for her profound and coloured tone, her originial sensitivity and the fineness of her interpretations, Léa Hennino is one of the most promising violist of her generation. She has made her mark at prestigious international venues around the world where she shared the stage of renowned musicians such as Gauthier Capucon, Nicolas Dautricourt, Alexander Chaushian, Boris Brovtsyn, Daishin Kashimoto, Emmanuel Pahud, Claudio Bohorquez, Modigliani quartet, Adam Laloum, Thorleif Tedeen, Jérome Pernoo, Denis Pascal, Ilya Gringolts, Barnabas Kelemen, Anton Sorokow, David Kadoush, Alina Pogotskina, Alena Baeva, Nicholas Angelich, Lars Anders Tomter,
Nelson Goerner, Kirill Troussov, Guy Braunstein, Marc Coppey, Anne Queffelec, Itamar Golan, Martin Beaver amoung others... and young soloist Clara Jumi Kang, Anna Fedorova, Dami Kim, Christel Lee, Niklas Liepe, Bruno Philippe, Edgar Moreau, Alexandra Soumm, Valery Sokolov, Victor Julien-Laferierre...etc.
In 2014 she took part in an European tour of the complete Mozart's string quintets with Renaud
Capucon, Clemens Hagen, Alina Ibragimova and Gérard Caussé.
Very much appreciated as a chamber musician, Léa is also a regular artist of the Paris Chamber
Music Center lead by cellist Jérôme Pernoo and is often invited by different ensembles such as the Dissonances lead by violonist David Grimal.
In 2016, she performed the Rhapsody-Concerto by Martinü with the Kralové Philharmonic
Orchestra in Czech Republic and she is invited to perfom it with the Armenian Philharmonic
Orchestra next season. Lea will also make her Mozart's Sinfonia Concertante debut with Orchestre
de chambre de Toulouse and will take the viola solo part of Strauss's Don Quijote with Orchestre de Picardie in 2018.
She was selected to participate in international events such as Krzyzowa Music for Europe
(Poland), Kronberg "Cello Plus" 2013 (Germany), Ravinia's Steans Music Institute (USA), Verbier
Festival Academy (Switzerland), IMS and Open Chamber Music of Prussia Cove (UK), Aurora
Chamber Music (Sweden), Encuentro de Santander (Spain) where she performed solo and chamber music concerts and took master classes with renowned artists such as Tabea Zimmermann, Kim Kashkashian, Antoine Tamestit, Maxym Rysanov, Lars Anders Tomter, Thomas rieble, Veronika Hagen, Pamela Frank, Diemut Poppen, Miriam Fried, Ferenc Rados, Gabor Takacs-Nagy, Hatto Beyerle...
Enriched by these many meetings, Lea received prizes in several competitions in France,
Luxembourg, Germany and got support from the Yamaha Music Foundation of Europe, the Meyer
Foundation and Adami in France.
Born in 1991, Léa is a former student of the Paris Conservatory where she studied with Sabine
Toutain (leader of the French National Orchestra) and Christophe Gaugué (leader of the Radio
Philharmonic Orchestra). She also took lessons for a year with the Japonese violist Nobuko Imai in Geneva and with English violist Lawrence Power for two years in Zürich. She is now a member of the Dakademy of Dakapp.
Léa plays a viola made in Paris by Charles Coquet for her in May 2014 and a bow built by Thierry
Doison in Lille.