Magali MOSNIER (flautist) : Born in 1976, Magali Mosnier began her flute studies at the Montluçon National Music School, where she obtained a Gold Medal in flute in 1992; she continued studies at the Lyon Regional Conservatoire, where she was awarded a Gold Medal in José-Daniel Castellon’s class (1995).

Magali Mosnier then entered the Pierre-Yves Artaud’s class at the Paris Conservatoire, and in 1999 obtained first prizes in flute and chamber music, and the undergraduate diploma with highest honors. That same year, she entered the Conservatoire’s post-graduate programme, during which she has been invited at the Villecroze and Santander Academies and gave a recital for the Mezzo Television channel.

She participated in several masterclasses with M. Debost, E. Pahud, B. Fromanger, R. Wilson, S. Kudo, J.C. Gérard, J. Martin.

In 2001, Magali Mosnier has been awarded prizes at the Ville d’Avray and the Leonardo De Lorenzo International Competitions. Then, in November 2001, she wins the famous Jean-Pierre Rampal International Competition.

In 2003, she is nominated “first solo flute” in the Radio-France Philharmonic Orchestra (aristic director: M. W. Chung).

Magali Mosnier has performed as a soloist notably with the Moscow Virtuoses (conductor: V. Spivakov), the English Chamber Orchestra, the Nice Philharmonic Orchestra, the Chamber Orchestra of Auvergne, the Olympia Symphony (USA).
She is invited at festivals in Menton, Montpellier, Colmar, Antibes, Deauville, Saint-Denis.