An eclectic clarinetist, Hugo Clédat obtained his master's degree in clarinet performance at the CNSMD of Lyon in 2013, then his master's degree in bass clarinet at the CNSMD of Paris in 2016. These courses allow him to develop a passion for creation, contemporary music and mixed music (acoustic and electronic), but also for the orchestral repertoire and chamber music.
He is also attracted by various musical aesthetics, both traditional and contemporary. He is currently a member of several groups: the Clarinet Quartet "Les Chats Noirs", the Max Bruch Trio, the Ensemble de Clarinettes de Paris and the Enora Morice Trio where he explores the Breton music repertoire.
Hugo is regularly invited to play with various orchestras and contemporary ensembles in France and abroad: the Ensemble Intercontemporain, the Paris Opera, the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France, the Orchestre National de Lille, the Orchestre National des Pays de la Loire, the Orchestre Pasdeloup, the Klangforum de
Motivated by a desire to share, he teaches clarinet and bass clarinet at the Conservatories of Saint-Germain-en Laye (CRD) and Sartrouville (CRC).
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