Anne Bertin-Hugault


After studying literature, Anne Bertin-Hugault obtained her piano prize in 2006 at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Lyon in Géry Moutier’s class. With the support of the Société Générale Musical Patronage, she perfected her skills at the Mozarteum in Salzburg (Austria) with Hans Leygraf and Wolfgang Brunner for the fortepiano, then at the University of Montreal (Canada) with Jean Saulnier, and finally with Anne Queffélec and Jean-Claude Pennetier.

Back in France, she is passionate about research, and studies more specifically the contemporary composers Gyorgy Ligeti and Maurice Ohana during her Master’s degree in musical culture which she obtains in 2010.

Without abandoning her solo recitals, accompaniment and chamber music are an integral part of her artistic activity. She obtained her Masters in these disciplines at the CNSMD in Paris (2011 in the class of David Walter, 2016 in the class of Anne Le Bozec). Amongst many other concerts, she regularly teams up with her brother Luc Bertin-Hugault, bass, and with the soprano Marianne Croux. She regularly cooperates with the Orchestre des Champs-Elysées (conductor Philippe Herreweghe).

Following her diploma of musical studies in lyrical singing, she specialised in the repertoire of medieval sacred song, in particular the music of Hildegarde de Bingen, which she discovered during her early years of higher education thanks to the medievalist singer Anne Delafosse. She has made a recording of this composer on the Rocamadour-Musique sacrée label. She is a member of the ensemble La Sportelle.

Holder of the Certificat d’Aptitude, she teaches piano at the conservatory of Aix-en-Provence and accompaniment at the Institut d’Etudes Supérieures Musicales Europe-Méditerranée.