A new director at ProQuartet-CEMC (European Chamber Music Center)
With the nomination of Charlotte Bartissol another chapter in the history of ProQuartet begins. Previously administrator with the Diotima Quartet and also vice-president of Profedim (syndicate of performing arts professionals), Charlotte Bartissol has for the last 20 years worked with artists to help them carry out their musical and cultural projects.
As member of the board of Collectif H/F Centre -Val de Loire, she has contributed to the effort to establish equality between men and women in the arts and culture worlds.
She joins ProQuartet-CEMC on 1st June 2021 as director.
Making chamber music and the string quartet better known
ProQuartet helps promising young chamber musicians to develop their careers through research and first performances, concert production, professional training, outreach activities and mediation.
Thus ProQuartet-CEMC contributes to the development of chamber music and its public, not only in France but also throughout Europe.
Since its foundation in 1987, ProQuartet-CEMC has witnessed profound changes in the music world and now faces the challenge of adopting its strategy to a new context and to the current crisis.