Annie de Tilly
Annie Noël-de-Tilly (born in Gatineau on May 2, 2001) is a French-Canadian flutist. She began her studies in recorder at the age of 3 and by the age of 9 changed to the flute. Thus, she began her studies alongside Pascale Margely professor at the Conservatory of music of Gatineau and first flute of the Gatineau Symphony orchestra. She completed her college diploma with excellence at the Conservatory in the spring of 2020. Passionate about chamber music, she had the opportunity to perform in public both the music for Ibert’s wind quintet and Scarlatti trio for voice, harpsicord, and flute. In May 2019, she won a First prize at the Kiwanis competition in Ottawa and in spring 2020 first price at the annual Conservatory competition. She studied with Robert Langevin, first flute of the New York Philharmonic during her stay in New York in the spring of 2019. She than won a place at the Domaine Forget Summer intensive, allowing her to meet her future mentor Susan Hoeppner, International Soloist, and professor at Glenn Gould School of Music, which she continues to see through her college studies. In November 2019 she performed the symphony no.3 Eroica by Ludwig van Beethoven with the orchestra Réseaux des Conservatoires du Québec and was invited back as First flute to interpret the 41st symphony by Mozart Jupiter. Not only passionate about music, Annie decided to start studying philosophy in January 2019 at the Dominican University College, where she aims to complete a University study certificate for January 2021.
- Monday:08:00 am to 06:00 pm
- Tuesday:08:00 am to 06:00 pm
- Thursday:08:00 am to 06:00 pm
- Friday:08:00 am to 06:00 pm
- Saturday:10:00 am to 06:00 pm