Camerata de Lausanne
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Composed of a group of brilliant young musicians led by Pierre Amoyal, the Camerata de Lausanne is a symbol of artistic endeavor and excellence. The ensemble is distinguished by its dynamic spirit and enthusiasm for sharing music with audiences from all horizons.

World-famous violinist Pierre Amoyal founded the ensemble in 2002 with the intention of providing young students practical training at the highest level. The Camerata de Lausanne has developed into a first-class professional string orchestra featuring a new generation of musicians.

The ensemble performs throughout the world including in Moscow, Amsterdam, Milan, Paris, Damascus, Beirut, Singapore, Macao, Bangkok, Shanghai and Venice. The orchestra has performed on tour in Russia, Japan and in Korea and has accompanied international soloists such as François-René Duchâble, piano, Ronald Brautigam, piano, Cédric Pescia, piano, Bruno Canino, piano, Vladimir Spivakov, violin, Didier Lockwood, violin, Michel …