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Born1998
CountryFrance
Intensive weeks

Academic year 2018/2019

Viola
08. Jun - 12. Jun 2019

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Sào Soulez Larivière

Franco-Dutch violist Sào Soulez Larivière, born in 1998 in Paris, originally started playing the violin at a very young age. At eights years old, he was accepted in the class of professor Natasha Boyarsky at the Yehudi Menuhin School, where he switched to viola in 2016. Sào has taken part in masterclasses with Tabea Zimmermann, Jean Sulem, Nobuko Imai, Alexander Zemtsov, Gerard Caussé among others, in music festivals such as the Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival, Menuhin Festival Gstaad, Kronberg Academy Festival and Verbier Academy Festival. Sào is a laureate of international competitions including the North London Music Festival (2016, 1st Prize), the 24th International Johannes Brahms Competition, (2017, 3rd Prize), and the Cecil Aronowitz International Viola Competition (2017, 3rd Prize and 'Bach' Prize). A keen orchestral and chamber musician, Sào has performed in the U.K and continental Europe, including in festivals such as the Alderney Chamber Music Festival, Schubertiaden Schnakenburg Festival, and Kronberg ‘Chamber Music Connects the World'. In addition, he enjoys arranging music for viola and violin, and often plays together with his sister, violinist Cosima Soulez Larivière. Since 2018, he is a scholarship holder of the ‘Villa Musica' Foundation, as well as the ‘Lucia-Loeser' Foundation. Sào is currently pursuing his studies with professor Tabea Zimmermann at the Hanns Eisler Hochschule für Musik, Berlin.

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Born1998
CountryFrance
Intensive weeks

Academic year 2018/2019

Viola
08. Jun - 12. Jun 2019