Delphine Roche, Flute

Delphine Roche was born in Paris. After finishing her music studies in her hometown, she continued her education at the Freiburger Musikhochschule with Prof. Felix Renggli until 2009. Since then, she is additionally studying traversflute with Prof. Karl Kaiser at the Hochschule für Musik in Frankfurt. In the year 2010/11, she is scholarship holder and mastercourse participant of the International Ensemble Modern Academy.

Delphine Roche regularly takes part in numerous festivals throughout Europe, both as a chamber- as well as a orchestramusician, like the Luzerner Festspielakademie, the Musikzomer Gelderland, Musica, Klangspuren, Mehrklang, Albertkonzert, Nancyfolies, and others. She plays in various chamberensembles and orchestras as stand-in, for example in the Freiburger Philharmonic Orchestra, the Luzern Orchestra Academy, the KKO Mannheim and the Basel Chamber Soloists. Delphine Roche has worked with renowned conductors like Pierre Boulez, Paul Maccreesh, Petra Müllejans, John Adams and Jean Deroyer.

Since 2005, she is a permanent member of the Freiburg Holst-Sinfonietta and can be heard on several recordings for the BR and the SWR along with the ensemble, as well as on diverse CDs on Naxos Records (Steve Reichs "Vermont Counterpoint", B. Martinus' "Cembalokonzert") and Spektral Records (Schoenbergs "Pierrot Lunaire"). Delphine Roche herself founded three ensembles with which she shares her preference for old and new music alike: the trio Arabesque (baroque/modern flute, viola/voice, violoncello), the piano/flute-duo Camaïeu (flute- and violinreptertoire), the ensemble "Les Tourbillons" (Baroque/New Music).

Updated: 2010-11-16