Géraldine Thébault


Géraldine is a French flautist based in Paris. Specialising in new music, she participates actively in the development of new repertoire.

Géraldine works regularly with composers (Mauro Lanza, Jennifer Walshe, Julien Malaussena, Dionysios Papanicolaou, Santiago Diez-Fisher, Chris Swithinbank, Joanna Bailie, Clara Ianotta, Ricardo Eisirik) and participated in the creation of Micro-Ballet of Julien Malaussena, Infidel for bass flute and electronic of Dionysios Papanicolaou, Cancion del ciego of Santiago Diez-Fisher. She is the first guest flautist of soundinitiative.

Favouring exchanges, she often plays in multidisciplinary projects (Julien Malaussena’s Micro-Ballet with Compagnie Liesse; Igor Stravinsky’s Le sacre du printemps with Ensemble TWIS and Compagnie PARTS, Philip Glass’s Music in Similar Motion with Aurélien Richard and Compagnie l’Abrupt of Alban Richard).

She also participates in chamber music or in orchestras with companies such as Orchestre National de Belgique and Orchestre d’Harmonie Français.

After studying at the CRR of Rennes, Géraldine continued her studies with Sophie Deshayes, Pierre Dumail and Baudoin Giaux; she gained a master’s degree in interpretation from the Royal Conservatory of Brussels.

Géraldine currently teaches at the CRC of Viry-Châtillon and the music school Erik Satie of Pont de l’Arche.

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