Aymeric Bonhomme

Aymeric Bonhomme

Born in 1999, Aymeric Bonhomme started playing the violin at the age of 7 in the music school of his village. He was spotted by the violinist Alejandro Serna who introduced him to the man who would become his teacher at the Toulouse Conservatory, Blagoja Dimcevsky (concertmaster of the Orchestre National du Capitole de Toulouse). Very early on, he was made aware of chamber music and had the opportunity to train in various ensembles with teachers such as Michel Poulet, Hubert Guery and Christopher Waltham. At a young age, he also had access to high-level orchestral practice under the guidance of Pierre Bleuse, notably during numerous orchestra academies. He continued his studies and obtained his violin prize in the class of Nina Likht before entering the Haute École de Musique de Genève where he is currently studying for a Master Performance in the class of Stefan Muhmenthaler. He is prize winner of the first International Music Competition in 2022. Recently, he has performed on the Swiss scene in various formations with prestigious ensembles such as the Ensemble Orion with which recordings are to be made. Supported by the Maurice Rubeli foundation, he plays a French violin by master violin maker Pierre Hel from 1914 and a bow by master Edwin Clément from 2014.