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Elected ‘Soloist revelation of the Year’ at the French Classical Music Awards (Victoires) in 2003, the Franco-Swiss cellist Ophélie Gaillard soon distinguished herself as a versatile musician, performing with equal passion music of the Baroque, Classical, Romantic and Contemporary periods. Winner of several international competitions, notably the J. S. Bach International Cello Competition in Leipzig, she performs throughout the world greatest concert halls and defends the solo cello repertoire from Bach's Suites to works by Britten, Dutilleux, Crumb and composers of the younger generation.
Her recordings for Ambroisie of the complete cello suites by Bach, the cello suites and the cello and piano sonata by Benjamin Britten with the pianist Vanessa Wagner, were highly acclaimed by the international press (Diapason, Le Monde de la Musique, Répertoire, Scherzo, Goldberg, Crescendo ...). Her recent recording of works for cello and piano by Fauré with Bruno Fontaine was singled out by The Strad Magazine.
Ophélie Gaillard makes solo appearances with the Cannes-PACA Orchestra, the Polish Radio Orchestra (conductor Gabriel Chmura), the Picardie Orchestra (Edmon Colomer), the European Camerata, the ensemble Les Siècles, the Franz Liszt Orchestra and the New Japan Phimarmonic. She performs in various major festivals such as Saint-Denis, Quimper, Messiaen at La Meige, Orangerie de Sceaux, Sablé-sur-Sarthe, Beaune, Evian, Montreux, Bach in Lausanne, October in Normandy, Reims Flâneries Musicales,Toroella de Montgri and theatres including Bordeaux, Avignon, Poissy and Paris (Châtelet).
She also performs and gives masterclasses in Japan and Korea, Latin and Central America and Canada, and records for radio (France Musique, BBC Radio 3) and television broadcasts (France 2, Mezzo, Arte).
Ophélie Gaillard trained at the Paris Conservatory (CNSM), where she was awarded three premiers prix: for chamber music in Maurice Bourgue’s class, for cello in Philippe Muller’s class (she subsequently followed a serie of advanced classes with the same teacher), and for Baroque cello with Christophe Coin. She also has a teaching diploma (cello) and a degree in musicology from the Sorbonne. She has been teaching since 2000.
In 2005, she created Pulcinella, a chamber music ensemble composed of some of the finest soloists, with which she explores the vast repertoire of concerted cello works. Their recording of the Vivaldi complete cello sonatas has been acclaimed by the critics. The new album featuring compositions by Boccherini includes the contribution of Sandrine Piau (soprano) and Rolf Lislevand (guitar).
Ophélie Gaillard likes to combine different artistic disciplines and works with dancers like Daniel Larrieu and Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui. In 2005, she had the idea of creating the show Pierrot fâché avec la lune, based on music by Debussy and Janacek, with the mime artists and actors Cécile Roussat and Julien Lubek and the pianist Delphine Bardin which has been a great success.
In 2009, she will record a work by Craig Leon inspired by masterworks of the great repertoire.
Ophélie Gaillard plays a cello made by Francesco Goffriller in 1737, loaned to her by the CIC.  
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