Musicians

ROMANE queyras

Romane (violin) is the concertmaster of Ensemble Hermes. Romane has studied under prof. Marianne Piketty at CNSM in Lyon and under prof. Mo Yi at Universität der Künste in Berlin and at The Royal Academy of Music in Aarhus, where she graduated from the Soloist Class in 2020. As chamber musician and soloist, Romane is on demand at renowned festivals like Les Rencontres Musicales de Haute Provence and Festival Haut Limousin. She also performs regularly with such ensembles as The Danish Sinfonietta and Orchestre de Chambre de Lyon. Romane has participated in a number of fascinating festivals and collaborated with such inspiring musicians as Nicolas Dautricourt, Sergey Malov and Jean-Guihen Queyras. In 2014 she won the second prize in the Italian competition “Young Talent with Orchestra'' and she is likewise a prizewinner in the Mille Sources & Dordogne competition in France. Presently, Romane plays on an Italian violin dating from the year 1733.

NICOLAS SUBLET

Nicolas (violin) finished his master degree with the highest distinction from CNSM in Lyon studying under prof. Marianne Piketty. Moreover, Nicolas studied at Universität der Künste in Berlin and at the Royal Academy of Music in Aarhus (RAMA) under prof. Mo Yi. In 2019 he graduated from the Soloist Class at RAMA. Nicolas has won several prizes including the first prize in the Young Soloist competition Mille Sources (2011) and the audience prize in the Danish String Competition (2018). As soloist, he has played with the Danish Sinfonietta and Petite Philharmonie of Grenoble and as chamber musician, he has participated in festivals such as Les Rencontres Musicales de Haute Provence and Musique aux 4 Horizons. Nicolas is employed at The Danish Sinfonietta and at the Royal Academy of Music in Aarhus. 

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Agnes (violin) is currently studying in the Soloist Class at the Danish National Academy of Music in Odense under violinist Sakari Tepponen. Agnes holds a bachelor's and master's degree from the Royal Academy of Music in Aarhus, where she has studied under prof. Mo Yi. Agnes has moreover studied in Paris under prof. Ami Flammer. She has participated in a number of masterclasses and festivals in Europe, South Korea and the U.S.A. Alongside studies, Agnes’ career includes teaching, mainly as a music teacher at MusikSak - a socially motivated orchestra school for children and young people in Aarhus. Due to this project, Agnes has had fine opportunities to teach at festivals around Europe.ropa.

DANIEL MORTENSEN

Daniel (violin/viola) has studied violin at the Royal Academy of Music in Aarhus (RAMA) under Michelle Makarski and Tue Lautrup and in Verona at the Conservatorio F. E. Dall’Abaco under Vinicio Capriotti and Alberto Martini. In 2014 he completed his bachelor's degree at RAMA and was subsequently employed by the Aarhus Symphony Orchestra. He is frequently in demand as a chamber and orchestra musician and has participated in a number of festivals and projects around the world. Alongside his musical career, Daniel cultivates a more academic approach to music, and is invited in the Autumn of 2021 to present his master thesis on the Czech composer Leoš Janácek at the Carl Nielsen Studies Conference Biennale at the University of Newcastle.

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GaBriella de Carvalho e Silva Fuglsig

Gabriella (cello) holds a bachelor's and master's degree from the Royal Academy of Music in Aarhus. Gabriella is currently studying in the Soloist Class at the Danish National Academy of Music in Odense. During her studies, she has been on several student exchanges, in Paris under the cellist Romain Garioud, and in Natal, Brazil, under Prof. Fabio Presgrave. In addition to her work as a performing musician, Gabriella is a co-founder and co-teacher in the socially motivated orchestral program MusikSak in Aarhus, which aims to offer free orchestral education to children who for various reasons would not seek out classical music themselves. She is regularly invited as a guest teacher for students as well as teachers in similar projects around Europe and South America. In order to acquire the tools to manage this project, Gabriella finished the Executive Graduate Certificate in Leadership called The Global Leaders Program in 2018.

Rebecca de Carvalho e Silva Fuglsig

Rebecca (cello) graduated in 2020 from the Soloist Class at The Royal Academy of Music in Aarhus, after having completed her bachelor's and master's degrees at the same institution under prof. Henrik Brendstrup. Throughout her career, Rebecca has supplemented her education with studies abroad, including a semester in Paris under Romain Garioud and a number of stays at Natal, Brazil, studying with Prof. Fabio Presgrave. In addition, Rebecca is the co-founder and co-teacher of the socially motivated orchestra program, MusikSak in Aarhus, and her work here regularly leads to invitations to similar projects in Europe and South America as a guest teacher. Rebecca holds an Executive Graduate Certificate in leadership from her studies at The Global Leaders Program.