Rozenn Le Trionnaire

Rozenn Le Trionnaire

A graduate of both the Paris Conservatoire (CRR) and the Royal Academy of London, Rozenn Le Trionnaire is gaining recognition on both sides of the Channel. Previously associate principal clarinet in Ostinato Orchestra, she is now regularly invited to play with orchestras including the Philharmonic Orchestra of Maghreb, Orchestre Colonne, Ensemble Nouvelles Portées, Ensemble Le Balcon and the Lucerne Festival Academy Orchestra. She has also worked with acclaimed conductors Pierre Boulez, Péter Eötvös, Semyon Bychkov, Jac van Steen and Susanna  Mälkki.

Rozenn was featured as a soloist in performances conducted by Heinz Holier and Kaspar Zehnder and has also performed Kristof Maratka’s clarinet concerto with the Paris Conservatoire Orchestra. She has recorded chamber versions of Mahler’s Symphony No 4 and Debussy’s “Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune” under the baton of Trevor Pinnock (released by Linn Records).

In addition to her involvement with orchestras, Rozenn is a devoted chamber musician. In 2010 she co-funded Ensemble Matisse and Duo Kadans, which went on to win the Woodbrass prize at the FNAPEC European competition. She has since been invited to play at the Lucerne Festival, Kings Place Festival in London, La Folle Journée in Nantes and Podium
Festival in Germany. Other venues include the prestigious Salle Pleyel, Théâtre des Champs-Elysées in Paris and the Luxembourg Philharmonie.

In 2011 she was invited to perform Pierre Boulez’s _Domaines _for solo clarinet at the Queen Elizabeth Hall and “Dialogue de l’Ombre Double” in Paris IRCAM. She was hailed a ‘prodigiously gifted young clarinetist’ (The Times) showing ‘dynamic and fascinating’ playing ( [1]). Rozenn was also invited to perform a live
broadcast of Olivier Messiaen’s Abîme des Oiseaux on France Musique, and Steve Reich’s New York Counterpoint in Belgium, England and France. She has worked with composers including Philippe Manoury, Michael Jarrell, Michael Levinas and Karol Beffa.

Having studied with the likes of Richard Vieille and Andrew Marriner, Rozenn has taught at King’s College London, Conservatoire Hector Berlioz Paris, and has given masterclasses in a number of Chinese universities and conservatoires.

She has been the recipient of support from the Fondation de France, PRS for Music Foundation, the Leverhulme Trust and the Junge Oren Preis.