The Consort Brouillamini is an unusual formation which gathers five recorder players graduated from the “Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse” of Lyon (CNSMDL).

 

Consort Brouillamini obtained the first prize and the audience prize of the international contest of early music of Gijón (Spain) in july 2012 and the the first prize of the international contest of early music “Journées de Musiques Anciennes” of Vanves (France) in 2016. Consort Brouillamini also received the audience prize for the musical season 14/15 of “Musée en musique” in Grenoble (France).

Their first CD dedicated to their own transcriptions from Johann Sebastian Bach major works has been released in march 2018 under the label Paraty, distributed by Harmonia mundi. It won several distinctions as the “Clic” from the webmedia Classiquenews and was broadcasted in several french radios.

Their second CD “The Woods so Wild” will be released in september 2020 and is dedicated to the english instrumental music for consort from Renaissance to Purcell.

During these studies, the formation received a high quality education, provided by internationnal renamed teacher as Pierre HAMON, Jean-Pierre NICOLAS, Walter van HAUWE, and obtain a master degree of chamber music with distinctions in 2010.

Based on the study of former treaties, Consort Brouillamini aim to bring up to date the caracteristic musical practice of XVIe and XVIIe century.

They propose their own retranscriptions of masterpieces from the baroque repertory and from the classical one, in order to always demonstrate original and various programms which may help the spectator to travel through the music.

 

The formation is also focused on modern pieces and tends to collaborate with composers of today as the young and talented french composer Benjamin ATTAHIR.

The ensemble performed several lives on “France Musique” into the radio show “Génération France Musique, le live” and already gave several performance in renowned early music festival in France and Europe : Festival de Sablé, Festival Toulouse les Orgues, Festival Bach en Combrailles, Sinfonia en Périgord, Muzyka w Raju (Poland), Ecchi Lontani (Italy)…