Harpist Claire Augier de Lajallet and flutist Rosalie Tietz founded the Duo Etoiles. They offer a wide and varied program, from Bach to Piazzolla. The two musicians met during their studies in Würzburg, where they played as a duo and a trio with viola. Duo Etoiles can perform in Germany and beyond.
Rosalie Jasmin Tietz, born in 1994 in Böblingen, began her flute studies with Gaby Pas van Riet, with whom she studied until she obtained her artistic degree. She then entered the class of Christina Fassbender, and her studies took her from Münster to Berlin via Würzburg. In 2019 she received her Bachelor's degree from the Universität der Künste Berlin and has since continued to the Master's program. She attended master classes with other teachers: Felix Renggli, Renate Greiss Armin, Hansgeorg Schmeiser, Wally Hase and Andrea Lieberknecht. She performs as a soloist with the Markusorchester Sindelfingen, the Jugendsinfonieorchester Stuttgart and the Stuttgarter Philharmonikern. She was awarded a prize at the "Jugend Musiziert" competition as well as a first prize at the "Great Composers Competition" in London. Rosalie Tietz has been a laureate of the Oskar Karl Forster, Oberstdorfer Musiksommer and Anna Ruths Foundations, and since 2018 of the Oscar and Vera Ritter Foundation. She plays regularly in many orchestras: Philharmonischen Orchester des Staatstheaters Cottbus, Theater Chemnitz, Jenaer Philharmonie, Kammerorchester der Komischen Oper Berlin, Philharmonie Südwestfalen. She is also an academician at the summer academy of Hundisburg Castle, at the Bachkantatenakademie of Helmuth Rilling, at the Jungen Deutschen Philharmonie and is a guest at several prestigious festivals: Thüringer Bachwochen, Mozartfest Würzburg, Gezeitenfestival and the Aurora Classic Festival in Sweden.
You can listen to some excerpts from Duo Etoiles:
Jean-Sébastien Bach - Sicilienne from the sonata n°2 in E Flat major for flute and basso continuo - Duo Etoiles
Jules Mouquet - Pan et les oiseaux (excerpt) - Duo Etoiles
Trio Fleurs d'or
Harpist Claire Augier de Lajallet, flutist Rosalie Tietz and violist Raphael Tietz recently formed the Trio Fleurs d'or. Their love for this chamber music group led them to get together and develop a varied program, with Claude Debussy's famous Sonata at its core.
You can listen to excerpts from Trio Fleurs d'or:
Ludwig van Beethoven - Serenade (excerpt)
Arnold Bax - Elegiac Trio (excerpt)
Jean-Marie Leclair - Triosonate, Adagio
Claude Debussy - Sonate for flute, viola and harp, 1st movement : Pastorale
Georges Bizet - Carmen, Entr'acte (Excerpt - Transcription for flute, viola and harp: Trio Fleurs d'or)