Clémence de Forceville
Clémence de Forceville, violin

Clémence de Forceville


Clémence de Forceville stands out as a prominent French violinist.

Under the tutelage of esteemed mentors Olivier Charlier and Antje Weithaas, she earned international acclaim early on. She collaborated as a soloist with orchestras like the Baden-Baden Philharmonic and the Orchestre de Chambre de Paris. Her commitment to chamber music is evident in her role as the first violin of the Hieronymus String Quartet and her collaboration with the Trio Sōra, resulting in the critically acclaimed recording of Beethoven Trios, receiving the Choc Classica of the year 2021.

In addition, Clémence's leadership as concertmaster in orchestras like the Orchestre National de Lille highlights her versatility and prowess in the symphonic repertoire. As an assistant in Philippe Graffin's class at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris since 2021, she has notably contributed to the next generation of musicians. Supported by the Boubo-Music Foundation, Clémence performs on a 1777 Lorenzo Storioni violin. Clémence was recently appointed concertmaster at the Orchestre de Chambre de Lausanne.