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Julie Moulin

Artist .

Julie Moulin

Flutist Julie Moulin was born in Auvergne (central France), where she studied with Cyril Coutier, Corinne Sagnol and Hervé Hotier. After a year of lessons with Vincent Lucas in Paris, she continued her studies from 2006 to 2010 at the Conservatoire National Supérieur in Lyon with Philippe Bernold, Julien Beaudiment and Gilles Cottin.

When she had just graduated, she was selected for the Academy of the Concertgebouw Orchestra. After just two months she was hired as second flutist and alto flutist at the orchestra.

In addition to her work for the orchestra, Julie Moulin is active as a chamber musician. She is a member of Duo Yati, together with Bruno Bonansea (solo clarinetist with the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra) and of the wind quintet Quintette K, which has won several international prizes. She is also the founder and artistic director of the chamber music festival Les Echappées Musicales du Médoc in south-west France.

Julie Moulin is the alto flutist of the famous Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam. Since 2013, she has been teaching – together with Juliette Huren and Wim Steinmann – at the CODARTS Conservatory in Rotterdam, and she regularly gives master classes abroad.

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