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Manon Galy

Langue disponible : anglais
Violinist Manon Galy co-founded the Zeliha Piano Trio and has shown a bent toward chamber music early in her career. As of 2023, she was about to begin performing as a soloist as well. Galy was born in 1996 in Toulouse, France. She took up the violin at age seven at the local Cugnaux music school, and at age nine, she entered the Conservatoire de Toulouse, studying with Klaus Mühlberger and later Magali Leduire. Galy moved on to the Regional Conservatory of Paris, where her primary teacher was Suzanne Gessner, and at 16, she entered the Conservatoire de Paris (CNSMDP) in the class of Roland Daugareil, eventually earning a master's degree there. Throughout her studies, she had strong support from her parents, a grandmother, and an aunt, who took her to lessons in Paris and structured their family vacations around her competition entries. Galy also benefited from the mentorship of violinist Renaud Capuçon, who signed her to his production company Beau Soir. She won several competitions, including the UFAM International Competition in Paris, the Andrea Postacchini Competition in Italy, and the CRR Soloist Competition in Paris. At the Moscow Conservatory's International Competition, she won a special prize from the Vladimir Spivakov Foundation and was invited back to give a recital in Moscow. Galy has been in demand at festivals, including the Chaise-Dieu, the Roque d'Anthéron, and the Folle Journée de Nantes. She has appeared with orchestras in various countries, including, in the spring of 2023, the Orchestre National du Capitole in Toulouse. In 2020, Galy and violinist Jorge González Buajasán, together with cellist Maxime Quennesson, founded the Zeliha Piano Trio. All were students at the Conservatoire, and Galy and González Buajasán had known each other for some years. Those two, and the trio as a whole, have concertized widely. In 2022, Galy appeared on the recording Metanoia by Ensemble K, and in that year, she was named a Révélation Victoires de Musique. The following year, she released her solo debut, Nuits parisiennes, on the Aparte label, backed by González Buajasán.
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