Clara Levy (1991, France) studied the violin in Paris and Brussels where she completed her Master degree “cum laude” with Naaman Sluchin (2015). In the meantime she also participated to Masterclasses with Radu Blidar, Jean Lenert, Ami Flammer, Yuzuko Horigome, Claude Richard, Stéphane Tran-Ngoc and Quartet Prazak, Ebène and Bela for chamber music.

Devoted to contemporary music, she had the opportunity to play with Ensemble Linea, Ensemble Itinéraire, Ensemble Oxalys and worked with composers such as Kaija Saariaho, Howard Moody, Pascale Jakubowski and Karim Haddad.

Nevertheless, she keeps playing in several orchestras and even got the opportunity to play Fauré’s Requiem solo violin part at the Luxembourg Philharmonie.

She has done several collaborations with the choreographer Vera Tussing, supported by The Place (London) and Kaaitheater (Brussels), including the audio installation “Sound-bed”.

Following her research on the relation between musical notation, sound and movement she is now part of the Advanced Master in Contemporary Music and a member of GAME (Ghent Advanced Master Ensemble), a joint initiative of Royal Conservatory Ghent and Ictus ensemble.