Marion Fermé

Marion Fermé
Marion Fermé was born in 1977 in Paris. She studied the recorder with Pierre Hamon and later at the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague in Peter van Heygen’s class. She got her soloist diploma in early music in 2003. Because of her keen interest in medieval music she carried on her training with Pedro Memelsdorff.

With her ensembles Haagse Courante and La luth enchantée, she has been invited in festivals all over Europe to perform baroque music.

As a member of the T’Andernaken Consort renaissance recorder trio she won the special prize of the Jury at Bruges international competition of early music in 2003.

As a soloist, Marion was awarded the 3d Prize at the International Solo Recorder Competition in Montreal in 2005. She regularly gives solo recitals combining all repertoires on the recorder and plays with different ensembles in Germany and France. In 2007, she was awarded a scholarship from the foundation “la culture pour vivre” to buy instrument and carry on a project on English music. She has recorded two CDs; “Suites & Correspondances” and “Abbonda di virtu”. Apart from her concert activities, Marion has the highest French pedagogical diploma for teaching early music (C.A.), and teaches the recorder in Hamburg at the Johannes Brahms Conservatoire.

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