Alix Boivert 
baroque violin

After his studies with Robert Papavrami and then at the Conservatory of Bordeaux, in 2009 he entered the Conservatory of Lyon in the class of Odile Edouard where he obtained a Master’s degree with first class honours in 2014. His studies are full of master classes with the great names of the violin: Amandine Beyer, Enrico Onofri, Chiara Banchini and Hélène Schmitt.

He plays as a soloist in prestigious venues such as the Dublin National Concert Hall (2012) or the Auditorium of Bordeaux (2014) and with orchestras such as Pygmalion, Correspondances, Amarillis, La Chapelle Rhénane, Les Accents, Zaïs…

His first professional recording took place in 2013 with Ensemble baroque atlantique (label L’encelade), as a soloist in the Concerto BWV 1064 by Johann Sebastian Bach. With several years of self-teaching in traditional Irish music, and spending a year in Dublin, he founded the contemporary Irish music group in 2010 “Attby”. He then created “The Curious Bards” in 2015, where he explores compositions and publications of traditional music from the XVIIIth century in Ireland and Scotland.