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The pianist Geneviève Girard has always been committed to contemporary music, notably the music of Valéry Arzoumanov and Anthony Girard. She has collaborated with musicians including the violinists Alexis Moschkov, Elena Denisova, Nicolas Risler and Jean-Luc Richardoz, the cellists Alexandre Dimitriev and Sergueï Sudzilovsky, the sopranos Françoise Masset and Elena Liberova, the baritone Loiseleur de Longchamps, the oboist Jean-Pierre Arnaud and the clarinettist Jean-Marc Fessard. She has also appeared with ensembles including À ciel ouvert, Carpe Diem and Arpeggione, and with Opus 62 in the quintets of Schumann, Borodin and Dvořák. Concert engagements have taken her to Rome, Porto, Madrid, Palma, Klagenfurt, Moscow and Samara, and she appears regularly at the Paris Salle Cortot. Geneviève Girard teaches at the Conservatoire municipal Maurice Ravel and at the École Normale de Musique de Paris.

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