CRD Chartres - Univ. Paris-Sorbonne
Priscille LACHAT-SARRETE studied at the Paris VI Conservatory with Isabelle Lesage. She continued her violin studies with Catherine Courtois at the CRR of Saint-Maur-des-Fossés where she obtained a gold medal, then at the CRR of Rueil-Malmaison to finish with a mention of excellence. She studied for two years with Géza Kapás, professor at the Franz Liszt Conservatory in Budapest, then with Pavel Vernikov at the Sainte-Cécile Academy in Portogruaro (Italy).
At the same time, she obtained at the CNSM in Paris a certificate in the history of music and a prize for musical culture in the class of Brigitte François-Sappey. She is also defending a doctoral thesis in musicology at Paris-Sorbonne under the direction of Jean-Pierre Bartoli.
In chamber music, Priscille LACHAT-SARRETE performs notably in Paris and the Paris region. His repertoire extends from baroque music, with solo violin recitals devoted to Bach, Locatelli, Telemann, to contemporary music, with Takemitsu, Tanguy or Finzi, passing through the vast domain of classical and romantic sonatas. She also played in the Orchester de Bretagne and the Orchester des Pays de Loire.
Priscille LACHAT-SARRETE is a professor at the Conservatory (CRD) of Chartres and is a lecturer at the University of Paris-Sorbonne. She recorded two CDs "Le Cercle Schumann" in 2006, and in 2010 at Chartres Cathedral a solo violin recital entitled "Flammes baroques".