Sylvie Hue

The first female member of the Paris Garde and the permanent principal clarinetist!



Sylvie Hue (clarinet)

First soloist of the world-famous Paris Garde Republicaine Orchestra. While studying at the Paris Conservatoire, he also studied literature at the University of Paris XII. Studied under Guy Deprue and Christian Lardet, she won the unanimous first prize for clarinet in 1987 and two first prizes for chamber music in 1988.  she studied composition with Jean-Michel Valdes and later In 1988, she won the first prize at the Japan Clarinet Competition, and in 1991, she achieved excellent results at the International Competition in Prague. she has dedicated pieces for concertos and chamber music by composers such as Pierre Anselin, Francine Auban, Roger Boutley, Graciane Finzi, Armando Guidoni and Richard Phillips.

she also teaches at the Darius Milhaud Conservatory in Paris and the Orsay Conservatory, she is also a visiting professor at Senzoku Gakuen University and the University of Ostrava in the Czech Republic. she is also director of the woodwind section of the French National Youth Wind Orchestra. she is invited as a soloist and professor all over the world.

Possessing  unparalleled technique Hue's performances have been praised by musicians as "one of the greatest clarinetists of our time" ((J. Bonol). Repétoir Magazine”) and later when she released "Le Chant de Sylvie" and "Sylvie's Song" on CD received even higher praises from her pears.

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