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A graduate of the Strasbourg Conservatoire and Schola Cantorum Basiliensis in both baroque violin and historical improvisation, Félix Verry specializes in the practice of bowed cordophones from the Middle Ages (fiddles, rebec, rabab) and the Renaissance and early Baroque periods (violin, lira da braccio), as well as in the practice of historical improvisation covering the same period. Complementing his career in Historically Informed Performance Practice, Félix is also active in the fields of electronic and experimental music.
A founding member of the ensembles Rumorum (CH), Die Hasardeure (CH), and Uranometria (FR), Félix is also a recurring member of the ensembles Peregrina (CH), Phoenix (DE), Il Parlatorio (FR), Servir Antico (IT), Arcimboldo (CH), Moirai (CH), and Anonimo Frottolisti (IT), with whom he performs in concerts throughout Europe. Seasons and festivals include Oude Muziek Utrecht, Freunde Alter Musik Basel, Tage Alter Musik Regensburg, Klangraum Dobra, MA Bruges, York Early Music Festival, Le Thoronet, etc., along with several artistic residencies and recordings.
Félix teaches historical improvisation at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Graz (Austria), as well as at workshops and masterclasses in various European countries, including at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse, Lyon (FR) the Centro Studi Adolfo Broegg, Spello (IT), and the ResonArs Academy, Assisi (IT).
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