he 26th master-class organized by the International festival Harpe en Avesnois will be led by Mr Nicolas Tulliez and will take place during the weekend of Friday 9th to Sunday 11th of February, 2018, in Feignies (F-59750). It will start the Friday 9 th of February at 8 p.m. with the concert of Nicolas Tulliez.

The application forms must reach us latest by the 9th of January, 2018. The fee is 155 euros (includes master-class, meals, accommodation and access to the festival concerts).Cheques will first be debited after acceptance of your application; withdrawal after the 9th of January, 2018 will not give rise to any refund, excepted in case of absolute necessity.

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First Harp solo of the Philharmonic Orchestra of Radio-France, after holding the post at the Luxembourg Philharmonic Orchestra and then at the Basel Symphony Orchestra.

Born in Paris, Nicolas Tulliez obtained his Bachelor of Music from the Juilliard School in New York, an Artist Diploma from the Royal Conservatory of Toronto and a Master of Music from Yale University. He was taught by Ghislaine Petit, Pierre Jamet, Nancy Allen and Judy Loman. Winner of many competitions, he regularly performs in Europe, the United States and Asia.

As a soloist he has collaborated with such conductors as Adam Fisher, Rafael Frühbeck of Burgos, Antoni Wit ...

Nicolas Tulliez participated simultaneously in many contemporary creations and is dedicated to numerous solo works or chamber music.

He has recorded for EMI, Canadian Broadcasting Corp. Universal, Skarbo (Duet Flute and Harp with Stéphane Réty), Maguelone (Trio Nobis), and Naxos's double concerto for oboe and harp of Lutoslawski with the Polish Radio National Orchestra. A recording of the Ginastera concerto with the Sinfonieorchester Basel has just been published by Skarbo.