Recognised as being one of the most outstanding figures of her generation, Hélène Dautry is a much sought after cellist and teacher. Pupil of Maurice Gendron, Hélène has inherited one of the most beautiful representations of the French Cello School. Holder of the coveted First Prize of the CNSM of Paris and the Prize of the International ‘Maurice Ravel Academy’, she performed for 12 years worldwide as a soloist with the orchestra of Jean-Francois Paillard, and was cello solo in the Orchestra in Besancon, under the leadership of Peter Csaba.
Holder of the C A the highest teaching diploma in France, Hélène is currently professor at the RCM in London, at the CRR in Paris, and at the Ecole Normale de Musique ‘Alfred Cortot in Paris.
Invited to numerous festivals and examining boards, she continues her career as a soloist and chamber music artist.
Faculties / departments: Strings