Sabrina FREY

Sabrina Frey is described as "open-minded, innovative and interesting", is known for her unique, soft sound and shapes the character of the recorder of our time. Both as a soloist and for her playing in chamber music she has been awarded prizes and distinctions in international competitions. Whether as a soloist or in an ensemble, Sabrina Frey's recorder enjoys an exceptional status, which has led to invitations from a wide variety of organizers, festivals as well as baroque, chamber and symphony orchestras throughout Europe to Russia, Japan and the USA.

The baroque ensemble "Accademia dell'Arcadia Turicum", which she founded, has enjoyed international success. Concert recordings have been broadcast on television and radio.

CD recordings have been released with the labels TYXart, Novalis, Berlin Classics, harmonia mundi france, Sony BMG and hänssler classics.

As a teacher, the musician is a professor at international master classes, jury at competitions, lecturer at the Kalaidos Music University and supervisor at the Zurich University of the Arts.

As Artistic Director, Sabrina Frey founded the Austrian festival "Ausseer Barocktage" in 2016, which has been described by the press as "a festival at the highest level".

With the International Masterclasses Gaming, the musician created a highly acknowledged masterclass in 2017.

Besides her passion for music, Sabrina Frey works as a systemic coach and lives with her husband and three children in Zurich.

Baroque bassoon, recorder

Evolène KIENER

Evolène Kiener began her musical studies in her home town of Limoges, studying clarinet and recorder at the Conservatoire, then bassoon in Paris. As a child, she was accustomed to listening to concerts by the ensemble Baroque de Limoges led by Christophe Coin, she developed a particular interest in period-instrument performance and the early repertoire. This passion led her to the CNSM in Lyon and Paris, where she recorder and bassoon, and to Saintes, where she obtained her diploma in orchestral performance on classical and romantic instruments.

Currently based in Paris, she performs throughout the world, mainly with orchestras such as Ensemble Pygmalion conducted by Raphael Pichon and Les Arts Florissants, as well as chamber music ensembles such as Résonance, Jean Rondeau and Skip Sempé. Rondeau, Skip Sempé...

She currently teaches recorder and ancient bassoon at the Saint Maur des Fosses early music department.

recorder, bagpipes


A musician with an atypical career path, Carine Moretton fell in love with the oldest repertoires of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance right from her flûte à bec beginnings. She studied with Pierre Boragno, Denis Raisin-Dadre and in medieval counterpoint with Raphaël Picazos and in minstrelsy with Robin Joly. She studied bagpipes with Christophe Tellart and Thierry Bertrand.

Attracted by timeless music, she also studied the traditional repertoires of Ireland and Guinea. She met Afghanistan in 2003 during a concert in Kabul for RFI radio. It was love at first sight, and ever since, since then, she has returned regularly, learning classical Afghan music and setting up an in-depth project to bring cultures together with the Herawi trio, made up of musicians from Herat.

She plays in numerous early music ensembles and teaches fl recorder and medieval counterpoint at the Conservatoire de Vanves.

Eager to create a new dynamic in early music, she founded the Ensemble de l'Escarboucle in 2002.

To give life to her various creative ideas, and afin order to bring together all those involved in early repertoires, she founded the Les Journées de Musiques Anciennes festival in 2010. Now one of France's the festival is a member of the Réseau Européen des Musiques Anciennes (REMA), an association of which Carine is now a board member.



Marine Sablonnière began playing the recorder at the RATP music school, then continued her studies in Pierre Ginzburg's class at the ENM du Val Maubuée. She then studied with Pierre Hamon at the CNSMD in Lyon. She continued her studies in Barcelona in Pedro Memelsdorff's class, and in Lyon in chamber music with the Sesquialtera ensemble. She has taken part in various training courses with Peter Holstlag, Walter Van Hauwe, Dan Laurin...

She has performed under the direction of Skip Sempé (Capriccio Stravagante), Raphaël Pichon (Pygmalion), Bertrand Cuiller (Le caravansérail), Jordi Savall (Hesperion XXI) Marc Minkowski (Les Musiciens du Louvre), Gérard Lesne (Il Seminario Musicale), Hervé Niquet (Le concert Spirituel), Vincent Dumestre (Le Poème Harmonique), Christina Pluhar (l'Arpeggiata), and Les musiciens du Paradis. She also performs chamber music with the ensemble Résonances and with Bertrand Cuiller.

She holds CA degrees in recorder and early music, and teaches recorder at the CRR in Marseille.


Marion FERME

Marion Fermé is a flûtiste à bec with an international background, specializing in early and contemporary music. First studying Baroque music at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague (soloist diploma), she then specialized medieval music in Barcelona (Esmuc) and Paris (Centre de Musique médiévale de Paris), and in the contemporary repertoire in Amsterdam, Berlin and Hamburg. It was in the latter city that she lived and taught for eight years before returning to France in 2011.

She is a laureate of the Musica Antiqua dʼensemble music competition in Brugge, the International flute Solo Competition in Montreal and finaliste of the Contemporary Music Competition in Darmstadt. With her early music ensembles such as La Luth enchantée, she has given numerous concerts at festivals in France, Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, Spain, Austria, Estonia and Russia. With the Hamburg-based contemporary music ensemble Effusions (piano/toy piano, vocals/ fl recorder..) that she creates the most pieces. Her taste for contemporary repertoire and collaboration with composers leads her to open a contemporary flrecording course for conservatoires conservatories in 2019.

With her baroque ensemble The Theater of Music, Marion has been exploring 17th-century English theater and dance music, a repertoire whose richness and extravagance has fascinated her since 2007. She collaborates this repertoire with the Chestnut dance company for balls. In 2021, The Theater of music will release its first CD, "An evening at the Theater", on the Ramée / Outhere label.

Marion has previously recorded two discs for the German Ambitus label, "Suites & Correspondances" and "Abbonda di virtu", and has played on other discs of medieval, contemporary and Irish music. Among her recurring artistic projects figure the musical tale for young audiences, "Alma et les flûtes magiques", which she has performed many times in schools, media libraries and theaters.

In addition to her concert activities, Marion Fermé holds a C.A. in early music and teaches recorder and chamber music at the Conservatoire Darius Milhaud in Paris (14th arrondissement). Along with other teachers of CILS: Collectif d'Improvisation libre et de Soundpainting. A fan of unusual instrumental combinations, she continues her exploration of baroque and contemporary music. Approaching different linguistic universes or ways of thinking, is an occupation she had already begun with her studies of English and Russian (LEA degrees from the Sorbonne) and political science at Sciences Po Paris, from which she holds a Master's degree.


Sylvie DEMAY

Her training is multi-faceted: piano, harpsichord, organ, cornet, musicology at the Sorbonne, chamber choir, classical dance, baroque dance, gestural rhetoric, mask and theater in PARIS, early music at the CRR in TOULOUSE... and she has since pursued a career in the baroque world. her career in the Baroque world. But not exclusively.

She studied (operatic) singing with - among others - Isabel GARCISANZ and repertoire with Irène AÏTOFF, and performs the lyric repertoire for dramatic coloratura soprano in recital and opera.

First prize at the International Spanish Music Competition (UFAM PARIS 2007), Second prize at the ALÈS and MARSEILLE 2008 international competitions.

She lends her voice to contemporary creation and her pen to musicals as an author (10 shows combining literature and music).

An established chamber musician, she also works with several ensembles (A Sei Voci, Carpe Diem, Compagnie Baroque, Opus 62).

His discography includes a dozen titles, all of which have won critical acclaim (Diapason-Répertoire).

Teaching is an equal part of her life and artistic expression: she holds a C.A. in singing.

After ten years teaching at the CRR de Lille and the Ecole Supérieure de Théâtre de Lille (EPSAD), as well as at the EDT (Ecole Départementale de Théâtre, 91), she currently teaches at the CRC de Corbeil-Essonnes (91).

Sylvie DEMAY takes part in academies, training courses and colloquia on voice, ornamentation and aesthetics, notably for master classes and conferences.

She also collaborates with voice health professionals from the O.R.L. department of the C.H.U. de LILLE and speech therapists.

Finally, he has been heard on FRANCE MUSIQUE in Benjamin François's Le jardin des critiques, and on regional radio stations (France Bleue) for classical reviews and programming.

She is president of the association Café GADILHE, mémoire vive, which organizes local cultural events based on the Cévennes heritage of yesterday and today. She is also deeply involved in the MusicAgagnièreS festival festival she created in the Cévennes with Arnaud PUMIR.

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After completing a full course at the Conservatoire de Brest, Flore Seube continued her studies at the CNSMD de Lyon, where she obtained a Master's degree in 2013 in Marianne Muller's class. She then took a Perfectionnement course at the Schola Cantorum in Basel with Paolo Pandolfo.

She performs regularly in France and abroad, as a soloist and in ensembles (Concerto Soave, Ensemble Correspondances, Ensemble Clément Janequin, Les Nouveaux Caractères, Ensemble Consonance, Les Siècles).

Her career has taken her to France, Belgium, Holland, Switzerland, Germany, Italy and Canada.

In June 2018, she obtained her CA in Early Music. She teaches viola da gamba at the Bayonne CRR.



Morag Johnston is an international performing artist. Recently, she was Concert Master for the opera Purcell's Dido and Aeneas; performed Haydn's Creation and Mendelssohn's Edition of Bach's St. Matthew's Passion in historical setting and recorded previously unrecorded trumpet repertoire with Sua Dolce Maesta.

She has performed at Elbphilharmonie, Totnes Early Music Society, with Dutch National Opera Academy, in a project with English Consort and at The Globe Theatre, London. Last year, she performed at Utrecht Early Music Fringe Festival as well as The Edinburgh International Fringe Festival. She performs regularly with Ensemble Schirokko in Germany to the Corelli Orchestra, Devon Baroque and The Bishop's Consort in England. Her ensemble The Brewery Band recently won the Stroud Green Festival Ensemble Award for which they will receive a year of mentorship from acclaimed soprano Clare Norburn.

A passionate educator, she ran Huntly Summer School for a decade. Now, she teaches baroque violin privately.



Pierre Boragno studied at the Amsterdam Conservatory, where he won a soloist's prize in 1985.

He collaborates with numerous baroque music ensembles, under the direction of leading specialists (Savall, Christie, Herreweghe, Lesne, Schneebeli, Malgloire), as well as with medieval and Renaissance music ensembles (Gilles Binchois, Clément Janequin, Maître Guillaume, Alla Francesca, Poème harmonique). (Gilles Binchois, Clément Janequin, Maître Guillaume, Alla Francesca, le Poème harmonique). He is founder of the Alta trio, dedicated to high instruments of the 14th and 15th centuries. He has taken part in some forty recordings, and performs in many countries.

Holder of the Certificat d'Aptitude, he teaches at the Conservatoire National de Région de Versailles.

recorder, baroque bassoon, harpsichord, dulcian

Grégoire FRANCO

At the age of six, he began playing the recorder at a small music school in Morbihan. Three years later, he continued his recorder studies with Jean-Luc Chauvel at the Manoir de Trussac in Vannes. He then entered the Conservatoire Conservatoire de Vannes, where he studied piano with Marie-Christine Ferlan. Keen to improve his recorder skills, he moved to Nantes, where he obtained a Baccalauréat Scientifique from Saint Stanislas. For six years, he studied recorder with Marie-Noëlle Visse at the Conservatoire de Nantes, where he enriched his knowledge of early music and obtained his Prix de flûte à bec. To further refine his recorder skills, he took a Quatrième Cycle de perfectionnement in Evolène's class. in Evolène Kiener's class and Florence Malgoire's ensemble class at the CRR de Saint-Maur-des-Fossés.

After two years in basso continuo with Arnaud Pumir, he studied baroque bassoon with Philippe Piat and perfected his skills with Evolène Kiener at the Conservatoire de Saint-Maur-des-Fossés, where he also studied in the harpsichord class of Aurélien Delage. of Aurélien Delage.

He is currently pursuing his post-graduate studies in the classes of Han Tol (recorder), Donna Agrell (Baroque bassoon), Carles Cristobal (Dulcian) and Nicola Cumer (continuo) at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis in Basel, in Switzerland.

Passionate about music history, he obtained his Certificate in Music History at the CRR in Nantes, then met Gérard Sutton at the Conservatoire in Saint-Maur-des-Fossés. He is currently doing research in music history at the at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis (Switzerland).

In 2012, he organized and conducted a concert in aid of a scientific project at Saint Stanislas de Nantes in conjunction with CERN, in the Chapelle Saint Stanislas. He was soloist at La Folle Journée de Nantes, Salle 800, conducted by Daniel Cuiller in J.S. Bach's 4th Brandenburg Concerto. He takes part in various courses and master classes in France and Switzerland (Les Flanders, Jean-Pierre Nicolas, The Witches, Claire Michon, Clémence Comte, Evolène Kiener, Julien Martin, Maurice Steger, Sabrina Frey, Erik Bosgraaf, Giovanni Antonini, Giulia Genini, Michael Form, Diego Ares, Jan Van Hoeke).

In 2016 and 2018, he took part in the Yehudi Menuhin Festival in Gstaad, Switzerland, and the Baroque Academy at the same festival, directed by Maurice Steger.

In August 2019, he takes part in a concert duo with harpsichordist Jean-Luc HO in BONNIEUX (84), then in October in four concerts at the Salon International de Musique Ancienne "Les Polyfolies de la Flûte à bec et son Univers", including including one with the great violinist Florence Malgoire.

Since 2016, he has been giving concerts in aid of RECORDARA to enable the association to illustrate its work in support of the virtuoso recorder.

In December 2018, with friends from the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis, he founded the ensemble La CAMERATA CHIARA, which will perform for the first time in 2019, in Nantes, at the Salon International de Musique Ancienne "Les Polyfolies de la Flûte à bec et son Univers".



After studying piano and oboe, Philippe Grisvard was introduced to the harpsichord by Anne-Catherine Bucher at the Conservatoire de Nancy. In 1999, he was admitted to the Schola Cantorum in Basel in the harpsichord and basso continuo class of Jesper B. Christensen's class.

Philippe was subsequently invited to work with Le Poème Harmonique, L'Achéron, La Fenice, La Chapelle Rhénane, Scherzi Musicali, the Freiburger Barockorchester, Les Ambassadeurs and Le Concert d'Astrée, among others. he regularly collaborates as vocal director on harpsichord and fortepiano, in productions of Fairy Queen, La Resurrezione, Orlando, Agrippina, La Création, Giulio Cesare, La Finta Giardiniera, Il trionfo del Tempo e del Disinganno, and Alcina.

Philippe Grisvard has taken part in over 50 recordings, notably for the Ricercar, Virgin, Harmonia Mundi, Accent and Linn records labels. A solo disc devoted to Handel was released in October 2017 for the Audax records label, and a forthcoming fortepiano recital devoted to the music of Carl Friedrich Christian Fasch will be released in 2020, for the same label.



Julien Martin studied recorder with Pierre Hamon at the CNSMD in Lyon, Walter van Hauwe at the Amsterdam Conservatory, and Pedro Memelsdorff at the Scuola Civica in Milan.

With Capriccio Stravagante, conducted by Skip Sempé, he has taken part in numerous concerts in Europe, North America and Japan, and recorded several programs for the Paradizo label.

A long-standing collaborator with flutist Marine Sablonnière, he works with her in the Résonances ensemble, exploring the 17th and 18th century trio repertoire, as well as Renaissance consort music. with Résonances Consort, an ensemble of five recorders.

Recently, he collaborated with dancer Hubert Hazebroucq on La flûte d'Arlequin, a dance show based on Telemann's twelve Fantasies.

Julien Martin plays regularly with the Pygmalion ensemble, directed by Raphaël Pichon.

He has also taken part in numerous orchestral productions and recordings conducted by Gustav Leonhardt, René Jacobs, William Christie, Marc Minkowski, Hugo Reyne, Christina Pluhar, Sébastien Daucé, with Le Concert Français, Le Cercle de l'Harmonie, Les Musiciens du Louvre, La Simphonie du Marais, L'Arpeggiata, Correspondances...

He holds a CA in early music and teaches recorder at the Levallois-Perret Conservatoire.

Harpsichord, harpsichord maker

Arnaud PUMIR

After beginning his musical studies on the piano, Arnaud Pumir, fascinated by the Baroque repertoire, turned to the harpsichord, which he first studied with Arthur Haas. He went on to perfect his skills with Robert Kohnen, Bob van Asperen and Noëlle Spieth, with whom he won a gold medal for harpsichord and a first prize for chamber music at the CNR in Lille. He also studied organ with Jean Boyer at the same conservatory.

Since then, he has performed as a continuo player with ensembles and orchestras such as La Symphonie du Marais (Hugo Reyne), Concerto di Bassi, 415 (Chiara Bianchini), La Grande écurie et la Chambre du Roy (Jean-Claude Malgoire), Les Arts florissants (Christophe Rousset), Il seminario musicale (Gérard Lesne), Stradivaria (Daniel Cuiller), Sagittarius (Michel Laprénie), A sei Voci (Bernard Fabre-Garrus), solo and concerto repertoire with Le Concert Français (Pierre Hantai) and the Académie Sainte-Cécile (Philippe Couvert), and lyric and choreographic productions, which have led him to collaborate with C. Rousset, P. Lenaël and J.M. Villegier, B. Massin, F. Lancelot.

He took part in the activities of the Théâtre Baroque de France, founded by Philippe Beaussant in 1995, directing its first productions, notably at the Opéra Comique in Paris.

As a soloist or with these ensembles, he has made a number of critically acclaimed recordings, notably of G. Benda's harpsichord concertos and the harpsichord works of J.H. d'Anglebert. In 2005, on the (ADC) label, a recital-disc featuring a historic harpsichord from Lyon recently restored by L. Soumagnac.

He shared the direction of the Ensemble Polyphonique du Maine with Bernard Fabre-Garrus, an ensemble he has directed to this day under the name Ottava.

Holder of a C.A. in Early Music, he currently teaches harpsichord, basso-continue and chamber music at the Conservatoire de Nantes, and acts as "chef de chant" for students of the Maîtrise du center de musique baroque de Versailles.

traverso, recorder


Studies: He started studying the recorder when he was twelve under the guidance of prof. Gloria Uggeri (with whom he has performed at Casa della Cultura and the unified school Milano Spiga). In 2017 he graduated at G. Verdi high school for music in Milan (grade: 100/100). He graduated in Baroque Traverso with honours at the Conservatory G.Verdi of Milan (Bachelor's degree). From 2019 he studies at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis with Prof.Marc Hantaï. Alongside his music studies, he has started university at Università degli Studi Milano Bicocca, Dept. of Psychological Sciences and Techniques.

Concerts: He co-operates with Medit-Lab Orchestra (in various Milan theaters among which Teatro dal Verme). In 2015 he performed with Orchestra Giovanile Lago Maggiore, playing in particular Saint Matthew Passion (BWV 244) at Basilica Sant'Ambrogio in Milan. Between 2016-2017 He participated in Festival Musicale at Oriolo, Festival Scatola-Sonora (with the Ancient Music department of Alessandria for which he performed "Il Paratajo" by N.Jommelli) and Monza MusicWeek. He played in several concerts with the Ancient Music department of Conservatorio di Milano at Conservatory and Castello Sforzesco. In 2018 he played a fully Renaissance repertoire in numerous concerts at S.Carlo al Lazzaretto church in Milan together with the consort of bass viols of Conservatorio di Milano. The same year he performed in Milan and Cremona in a trio (6/8 key flute, 19th century guitar and violin).

Auditions and contests: In 2011 he won the E.Arisi contest at Vescovato (cat. recorder, 98/100) and in 2012 he won the contest of the City of Cene (cat. recorder, 98/100). He has been selected to represent Conservatorio di Milano in Art Prize section: "music for ancient voices and instruments" for two subsequent years, 2016 and 2017. As first classified in "transverse baroque flute" section, he has been found fit at the auditions for Orchestra Nazionale Barocca dei Conservatori Italiani (Selection Board: Pascal Bertin, Paolo Grazzi, Gaetano Nasillo, Giovanni Togni, Daniele Ficola).

Extracurricular activities: He has taken part in various masterclasses held by Maestro G.B. Columbro. He has taken part in the Dono Delius day at Conservatorio N. Paganini of Genova. He has occasionally worked as a voice actor and advertising speaker.


Benoît TOIGO

After completing a full course of study with Pierre Boragno, he joined Pierre Hamon's class at the CNSM de Lyon, graduating unanimously with honors in 2000. He then continued his studies with Kees Boeke at the Trossingen Conservatory. He was a finalist in the Musica Antiqua Brugge solo instrument competition in 2005.

An eclectic musician with a passion for all kinds of music and instrumental practice, he takes part in productions with prestigious early music ensembles such as Le Concert des Nations (dir. Jordi Savall), Cappriccio Stravagante Renaissance Orchestra (dir. Skip Sempé), Il Seminario Musicale (G. Lesne), Capella Mediterranea (dir. Léonardo Garcia Alarcon) and many more. He founded "Les lunes du cousin Jacques" (Baroque repertoire) and recorded Handel's "Théâtre intime" CD for Hortus - sonatas for recorder and continuo and cantatas by Handel. He also founded "La Dolçe Sere" (medieval music), with whom he created a concert-reading based on Machaut's Voir-Dit at the Académie Bach festival. 2018 festival, to which he is a regular guest, a musical theater project based on the Renard novel (Opéra de Lyon, etc.), and numerous other programs. He is one of the founding members of the "Résonance Recorder Consort "(with Julien Martin, Marine Sablonnière, Pierre Boragno, Evolène Kiener), which toured the English repertoire of the Tudor dynasty for the Oude Muziek Festival in Utrecht in 2016-2017.

Keen to continue exploring new horizons, he trained in baroque bassoon with Alexandre Salles at the CRD d'Orsay, where he obtained his DEM in 2017.

He also practices musical theater, having created the solo children's show "Tout fou l'vent" this season and performed the duo show "Vents contraires" with Sylvie Pascal for 2 seasons. contemporary music and improvisation with the contemporary dance company Mémé Banjo (for 5 years, he performed "Plexus", a contemporary duet with dancer Lionel Hoche, on tour throughout Europe).

Also a singer, he trained with Elisabeth Conquet and uses his voice in concerts and shows (Enée et l'Esprit with "Les folies du temps", "Papageno" with the Seine St Denis orchestra, or with Françoise Masset and Vincent Genvrin for recitals, etc.).

He holds Certificats d'Aptitude in Early Music and Flute-à-bec, and is deeply committed to pedagogy. Currently professor at the Dieppe CRD, he gives lectures and master-classes (Académie internationale de Musiques et Danses Danses Anciennes de Sablé-sur-Sarthe, Centre de musique médiévale de Paris, ENM de Brest, ENM de Villeurbanne, Académie Bach...).

Discography on Hortus (CD Haendel/Les lunes du Cousin Jacques), Alpha (CD Stück/Les lunaisiens), Naïve (CD Istanpitta/Alla Francesca), Paradizo (several CDs with Cappriccio Stravagante),...



A scientist and passionate musician, Madge began learning music at the age of 7, taking recorder with Michel Quagliozzi and then Hélène Bricault, and modern violin with Marie Charvet. Over the years, she has developed a passion for early music and specialized in this field. In 2018, she had the opportunity to begin Baroque violin under the teaching of Florence Malgoire.

In the course of her engineering training and her PhD in biomechanics obtained in 2019, Madge had the opportunity to travel to many countries. During these different experiences, she was able to combine her passions for music and dance and dance, continuing to practice them well beyond our borders, for example in Australia, Germany, Brazil and Switzerland. She has performed with the Queensland Baroque Orchestra (Brisbane), the ensemble Parvana, the Kammerchor des Collegium Musicum (Berlin), the Coral da UFMG (Belo Horizonte), and the Jubilate Choir (Biel).

Currently a researcher at the Ecole des Mines in St-Etienne, Madge is pursuing her musical activities, studying recorder with Evolène Kiener at the St-Maur-des-Fossés conservatory and baroque violin with Guillaume Humbrecht at the Créteil conservatory. violin at the Créteil conservatory.



The Atlantic Recorder Orchestra is an all-recorder orchestra, which is common in German-speaking countries but extremely rare in France.

This young amateur orchestra was recently created following two courses and an orchestral workshop led by Agnès Blanche Marc as part of the Salon International de Musique Ancienne "Les Polyfolies de la Flûte à bec et son Univers" organized by the Recordara association (

It is aimed at amateur flautists with at least a second cycle conservatory level (from 5 years of flute playing), who are used to ensemble playing and wish to supplement their training with orchestral practice, enabling them to a wide and varied repertoire, and acquire orchestral reflexes.

The flutes used range from the sopranino (24 cm) to the sub-contrabass (2.20 m in height but 3.50 m in pipe length, the latter corresponding to the range of the string double bass), giving an ambitus of of 6 octaves.

The orchestra gives all recorder enthusiasts the opportunity to make the instrument better known, to experience a dimension of sound that is not possible with trio or quartet playing, and to enjoy some very pleasant moments together in rehearsals and/or concerts. and/or concerts.