Adeline Boillet

After her debut at the age of six at the Dieppe Departmental Conservatory of Music, Adeline Boillet continued her artistic training at the Rueil Malmaison Regional Conservatory of Music with Guy Comentale. She was unanimously awarded her Diploma of Musical Studies, her Chamber Music and Virtuosity Prizes. Following her admission to the Royal Conservatory of Brussels she had the opportunity to work alongside Véronique Bogaerts. This comprehensive academic background was concluded by two Master’s degrees in Violin and Teaching. She also benefited from the advice of renowned artists and teachers such as Jacques Ghestem, Marie-Annick Nicolas and Olivier Charlier.

In 2012, Adeline Boillet performed F. Mendelssohn’s Second Violin Concerto in Croatia, accompanied by the Dubrovnik National Orchestra. Furthermore, because she is passionate about chamber music, she regularly performs in concert as a member of sonatas, piano trios or quartets. Additionally, she keeps enriching herself artistically by playing in various orchestras: Ensemble Orchestral des Voyages Extraordinaires, Belgian Youth Orchestra, Namur Chamber Orchestra, Philharmonic Orchestra of Oise. Since 2017, she has been teaching violin at the Beauvais Departmental Conservatory of Music. She was also asked to lead the DEMOS’ Project within the Urban Community, in collaboration with colleagues from different musical and educational backgrounds.

So many exciting artistic approaches that Adeline Boillet is eager to explore…