Interview - Céline Moinet

Interview - Céline Moinet

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The masterclass

"Regarding the work in the masterclass, Moinet affirms that she tries to remain demanding, to be honest: “even though it's hard sometimes, I try to be as rigorous with a student who would go to a master class, whether it's for a day or a week, as I would be with a student who would stay in my class for four years because, yes, it's kind of my duty ”. In this sense, she emphasizes that teaching is about being able to say at some point try something else, dedicate yourself to other fields, teaching, perhaps not the orchestra, etc.: “you have to be able to have your place and live from your art ”, and not necessarily always playing as a soloist or in an orchestra.
By giving classes, the teacher can encourage the student to be more into research, to understand a piece better, to analyze a piece, but, on the other hand, on stage, the energy, the physical and emotional investment, it is him who will get it. It ends up being a great challenge.
At the end of the interview, Moinet shares some ideas about what teaching means to her: “I have to teach myself through teaching, that is to say, I have to be attentive to, when we teach, we are in perpetual questioning and also questioning.
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  • Instruments: Oboe
  • Date:22 October 2021
Céline Moinet

Céline Moinet

You have to be able to be very clear about what you want when you teach

Céline Moinet

Céline Moinet

Céline Moinet

In 2006 she won first prizes for oboe and chamber music in the classes of David Walter and Maurice Bourgue.

Born in Lille in 1984, Céline Moinet studied the oboe and chamber music at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris in the classes of David Walter and Maurice Bourgue.

 

In 2006 she was awarded a Premier Prix in both disciplines. She also studied the Baroque oboe with Marcel Ponseele and Xenia Löffler. In 2004 and 2005 she completed her orchestral training as a member of the Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester under the direction of Claudio Abbado.

 

After this experience, she was invited to appear as guest principal with leading German orchestras such as the NDR Sinfonieorchester Hamburg, the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin, the SWR Radiosinfonieorchester Stuttgart, the Philharmoniker Hamburg, and the orchestra of the Frankfurt Opera. In 2006 she was appointed principal oboe of the Nationaltheater-Orchester Mannheim. Since June 2008 she has occupied the same position with the celebrated Staatskapelle Dresden. In the autumn of 2011, she was invited by the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra to appear on an extended tour of Asia and Australia. Céline Moinet performs regularly in solo and chamber repertoire. She plays the major oboe concertos with the Staatskapelle Dresden, the Prague Philharmonia, the Pacific Music Festival Orchestra, the New Japan Philharmonic, the Kammerorchester Basel, and the Dresdner Kapellsolisten At the invitation of Fabio Luisi, she has given recitals and masterclasses at the Pacific Music Festival in Sapporo.

 

Céline Moinet plays an oboe by Marigaux, Paris.

 

 

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