Véronique Fèvre

Véronique Fèvre

After her beginnings in her father's music school in Granville (Manche), Véronique Fèvre joined the CNR of Caen where she obtained her First prize at the age of 14, then left for Paris to study with Jacques Di Donato and Michel Arrignon.

Véronique Fèvre quickly decided to tackle the widest possible repertoire. Thus, she regularly plays with great orchestras such as those of the Paris Opera and Radio France, but also in contemporary music ensembles such as 2e2m, Ars Nova, l'Itinéraire, Alternance, Carpe Diem. She has participated in the creation of numerous works throughout Europe.

With the Ensemble 2e2m, of which she is the soloist, she has made several recordings, notably Involutive, a piece for clarinet in E-flat by Paul Méfano.

She has performed in two major versions of Stravinsky's Histoire du Soldat, that of Jean-Claude Penchenat and that of Jean Rochefort. At the same time, she worked with artists such as William Scheller, Jean-Claude Petit and Jean-Claude Vannier. She also plays the trio version of Histoire du Soldat with the actor Eric Ruf.

In France, she participates every year in festivals such as Montpellier, Aix-en-Provence, Avignon, Strasbourg, Lille, etc., as well as in numerous radio and recordings. She regularly performs in major festivals abroad. She is also invited for master classes in Seoul, Scotland, Mexico and Spain.

For many years she has participated in the jury of the CNSM. She is also a professor at the Conservatoire à Rayonnement Régional de Saint-Maur.