Marion Fermé is a recorder player with an international career. She masters both the ancient and contemporary repertoires for the recorder with equal ease.
She is a prizewinner in international competitions (Musica Antiqua in Bruges as a recorder trio and in Montreal as a soloist). She has performed in numerous festivals throughout Europe with her various ensembles. Marion Fermé is a graduate of the Royal Conservatory in The Hague, as well as the Sorbonne (BA in English and Russian) and Sciences Po Paris.
She has been artistic director of the ensemble The Theater of Music since 2006, which became its eponymous ensemble in 2013. A fan of unusual instrumental combinations, she also has a duo In VENTO, accordion/recorder, which plays music by Bach, Vivaldi and contemporary music. Committed to contemporary music as a soloist and in ensembles, she works with the German ensemble Effusions and regularly collaborates with composers to create new compositions for the recorder.
She teaches recorder and chamber music (Certificat d’aptitude de musique ancienne) at the Conservatoire Darius Milhaud in Paris (14th arrondissement).
Ambre Vuillermoz, accordion
Ambre Vuillermoz is a founding member of a number of ensembles with varied aesthetics, in which she seeks to make the most of the rich potential of her instrument, always in a creative and demanding spirit. She explores the original chamber repertoire and transcriptions with Avès duo (piano and accordion), In VENTO (recorder and accordion), opera (l’Orpiment company), jazz (Ouroboros) and world music (Syrto). As a soloist, she makes the most of her instrument’s repertoire and regularly works with composers to develop new works. She is also particularly attached to eighteenth-century harpsichord music, playing the key works (Bach, Scarlatti, etc.) as well as those by lesser-known composers that she likes to rediscover on the accordion.