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Marianne Muller
Viole
Initially self-thaught on her instrument, Marianne Muller continued her training with Wieland Kuyken (solo diploma from the Royal Conservatory of the Hague). As a participant and a witness to the baroque revival, she has since then pursued a concert career in which her skills as both soloist and chamber musician have taken her all over the world. She has been heard in ensembles including Les Nièces de Rameau, Hesperion XXI, William Byrd, Akademia, La Chapelle Royale, Amarillis...

In 2005, she founded the ensemble Spirale, dedicated to the solo repertoire for the viola da gamba. Consort music is also an important part of her practice, which she develops in the ensemble Les Fantaisistes,with the same sort of passion as is usually aroused by playing string quartets. Her particular taste for theater has often led her on stage and more specifically with the ensemble Docteur Lully and Mister Haydn.

Marianne Muller is a professor at the CNSMD of Lyon, since the creation of the Ancien Music Department. Her enthusiasm and her interrogations about the repertoire of the viol leads her regularly to contemporary music. Besides, accompanying dancers ( baroque as well as modern ) is one of her dearest activities.

She has recorded for Stil, Harmonia Mundi, Chant du Monde, Universal (Marin Marais recital, the J.S.Bach Sonatas) and more especially for Zig Zag Territoires, with a recital of german music, a Marin Marais program, a suite of musical portraits around the Tombeau pour Mr. de Ste Colombe, musics by Tobias Hume and Eric Fischer, a second version of the J.S. Bach Sonatas.
With the ensemble Amarillis, she recorded Rameau - Cantatas and Harpsichord pieces in Concert (Naïve, 2014).