DUO OF SISTERS. . .
Filiation from mothers to daughters ...
Although accustomed to playing together from an early age, the Théveneau sisters formed their musical tandem, mixing violin and cello, when they had reunited at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris in 2017.
They entered the Chamber Music cycle within the conservatory in the
class of pianist Itamar Golan, and at the same time benefit from advices
by Diana Ligeti and Emmanuelle Bertrand.
As a duo, they had the opportunity to perform frequently in Paris, notably at the Musée Bourdelle, at the Saint-Marcel and Saint-Pierre temples, at the Galerie Grand Monde, at the Théâtre Isba des Arts, at the Abbaye d'Auberive.
Passionate about chamber music and ensemble music, they take part in many projects, notably alongside actors:
“Dreams” by Hugo Kuchel, “Between words and music - the Chisel and the Lyre” by the Compagnie de l'Improvisoire.
They have been part of the prestigious “Jeunes Talents” program since the 2019/2020 season.
Camille and Adèle were both supported by the Fondation Musique et Vins au Clos Vougeot, thanks to which they benefited from an instrumental loan.