« I was so impressed by her playing... she will bring great credit to culture in France »Lord Yehudi MENUHIN
Concert at the Epau's Royal Abbeywith Le Mans' Symphony Orchestraconducted by Philippe Launay
Concert with Fabrice FORTIN and Fontainebleau’s Philharmonic Orchestra
Then, Petru MUNTEANU asked her to come in his class at the Musikhochschule in Lübeck(Germany) where she continued her studies with Maria EGELHOF. In the meantime, she played for Zachar BRON in his masterclasses at the Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival.Finally, she met Alberto LYSY who offered her the opportunity to study at the International Menuhin Music Academy in Blonay-Gstaad (Switzerland), where she received his advice, as well as of Jeremy MENUHIN for chamber music, and of other invited artists.She has attended Masterclasses with professors such as Mauricio FUKS, Jean-Pierre WALLEZ, Veda REYNOLDS, Zoria SHIKMURZAJEVA, Gérard JARRY, Attila FALVAY (Kodaly Quartet), Gàbor TAKÁCS-NAGY, Bogdan ZVORISTEANU, Liviu PRUNARU, Clothilde MÜNCH, Gyula STULLER, Adelina OPREAN, Pierre DOUKAN, Dong-Suk KANG…Chamber music lover, she also worked or played with great musicians among them le Trio à Cordes de Paris, Matthias ENDERLE(Carmina Quartet), Christoph RICHTER, Ettore CAUSA, Paul COLETTI, Stanimir TODOROV, Eric LEBRUN, Igor KELLER, Marc CHIRON, Oleg KASKIV, Eric CHUMACHENCO, Paul COKER, Jean-Paul LECOT, Christophe LARRIEU, Mookie LEE-MENUHIN, Carole PRESLAND, Alison RHIND, François KILLIAN, Ronan O'HORA, Michel LETHIEC, Franz HELMERSON...Natacha has given numerous concerts in France and abroad, as a soloist with the Chamber Orchestra of London, the Camerata Lysy, the Orchestre Philharmonique Européen, the Camerata Menuhin...in solo recitals, with piano or organ, and has played in many chamber music concerts, as well as in formation.She participated in famous festivals such as Menuhin Festival (Gstaad, Switzerland), "George Enescu" Festival (Rumania), Estoril's Festival (Portugal), Festival de Cordes sur Ciel, Festival Mozaria, the Interlaken Classics, «It’s not Classical» in Nice’ Acropolis...and played in prestigious concert halls as the Queen Elisabeth Hall (London), the Tonhalle in Zürich (Switzerland), the Halle aux Grains of Toulouse (France), the Victoria Hall (Geneva, Switzerland)...Her musicianship and her virtuosity allow her to perform all repertories and lately, it is with varied programs that she enthused her audience with her solo recitals. She also played the first performance of the violon concerto "Madness and Salvation" written by Adrien CASSEL at the Fontainebleau's Theater with the Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Fabrice FORTIN.
French Violinist, Natacha Triadou leads at the same time a career of concert performer and professor after having studied at the National Conservatory of Toulouse, in England at the Yehudi Menuhin School, then in Germany at the Musikhochschule of Lübeck, and finally, in Switzerland, at the International Menuhin Music Academy (Gstaad-Bern).She gives numerous concerts in France and abroad, in solo, in formation, or with piano and organ, as well as a soloist with orchestras (like Camerata Lysy, European Philharmonic orchestra, Camerata Menuhin...).She participated in international festivals (such as Menuhin Festival in Gstaad, Georges Enescu Festival of Bucharest,"C'est pas classique" of Nice...) and played in prestigious concert halls (Victoria Hall of Geneva, Tonhalle of Zürich, Halle aux Grains of Toulouse, Theater of Fontainebleau, Congress Hall of Le Mans, La Chaise Dieu's Abbey, Reims Cathedral...)
The exceptional talent of Natacha Triadou has been recognized by the greatest masters of the violin.Natacha started playing the violin at the age of 4, and two years later gave her first public performance. At the age of 9, she entered the National Conservatory of Toulouse (France). While there, she won several special prizes, amongthem the “Youngest Laureate”, at the age of 12 and the First prize “Gold Medal” for the violin given by a prestigious jury (members of YSAYE Quartet, M.PLASSON).At the Pablo Casals Festival she played for Gérard POULET who then became her teacher until she met Lord Yehudi MENUHIN who was so impressed with her that he invited her to join his school near London.During these years, she attended lessons with Lord Yehudi MENUHIN, Wen Zhou LI, Peter NORRIS and Christopher ROWLAND, as well as with other great Masters of the international musical scene.