Born into a family of musicians, Emmanuelle began the violon at the age of six. She studied at the conservatoire of Boulogne-Billancourt, Paris and Reuil Malmaison, where she was awarded first prizes for her solo and chamber playing. She has studied with Olivier Charlier, Suzanne Gessner, Vladimir Nemtanu and Matis Vaytsner, and her artistic encounters have allowed her to give concerts in such far flung countries as India and Mexico. In addition to being a gifted player, Emmanuelle is also a committed violon teacher; she loves nothing more than being able to transmit her passion for music.
Maeva started her violon studies at the age of seven. She won first prizes for solo and string quartet playing at the conservatoire of Saint-Maur-des-Fosses at the age of 20, as well as a musical distinction from the town of Royan in 2007. She has performed with many illustrious classical artists, such as Roberto Alagna, Nemanja Radulovic, and Emmanuel Rossfelder, and has appeared on the television programmes Les Victoires de la Musique, le Sidaction and Vivement Dimanche with the biggest names in French pop, including Nolwen Leroy, Jean-Louis Aubert, and Stromae. In june 2012, Maeva performed at the stade de France alongside Johnny Hallyday!
Born in England to a family of musicians, Chloe's enthusiasm for music making was inevitable. She studied the violon in Cambridge,
her hometown, before coming to Paris to explore a creative existence à la française. She combines her role as a violist in the Virtuosa Quartet with a successful career in the theatre and voice
over. She has dubbed Luc Besson's leading lady in the feature film Adele Blanc-Sec, and has also voiced advertising campaigns for brands such as L'Oreal, Yoplait, Coca-Cola, Garnier, Chanel,
Hermes and Lacoste.
An accomplished musician, Sarah studied under many great cellists, such as Colin Carr, Aldo Parisot, Gary Hoffman and Roland Pidoux. After graduating from the Royal Academy of Music in London with a bachelor degree, she attended the Yale University school of Music. Back in Paris, Sarah was soon performing with French national orchestras and playing chamber music alongside François Salque and Simon Bernardini. In touch with current trends, Sarah also plays the electric cello, and performs regularly for gala events, combining the rousing sound of her cello with pumping DJ beats to fill fashionable dance floors all over the world!