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Nathanaël Carré pursues parallel careers as a flutist, conductor, teacher and arranger. In addition to his regular performances as soloist, conductor and chamber musician with a broad repertoire, he offers regularly master classes and prepares young flutists for orchestral auditions.


At the age of 22, Nathanaël tooks up his current position as the solo flute of the Stuttgart State Orchestra. On this position, he played also with other orchestras such as the Berliner Philharmoniker, the SWR Sinfonieorchester, the Bayerisches Staatsorchester, the Münchner Rundfunkorchester or the Gürzenich Orchester Köln.


In 2016 Carré founded the Ensemble Nuanz together with musicians from the Stuttgart State Orchestra. The ensemble performs a repertoire for flute and strings arranged by himself. In 2019 Nathanaël recorded his critically acclaimed debut album “Palette” with the Ensemble Nuanz. He is also a member of the Württemberg Wind Quintet. He had the opportunity to work with renowed composers such as Regis Campo, as a flutist for the creation and recording of two works for flute and ensemble, or Guy-Claude Luypaerts, as a conductor for the recording of several works with orchestra.


Nathanaël has been successful in many national and international competitions, among others: several times 1st Prize at the Clé d’Or competition in Lyon both in piano and flute, 1st Prize and 'Best performance of a contemporary work' at the Jeunes Espoirs Competition, 2nd Prize at the “Domenico Cimarosa” International Flute Competition in Italia, and the 1st Prize “Carl Seemann” in Freiburg, Germany.


Born in France, Nathanael completed his studies in Lyon, Paris, Freiburg and Stuttgart. The flutists Mihi Kim, Felix Renggli, Davide Formisano as well as the pianists and musicologists Isabelle Duhat and Tibor Szasz, supported him to develop his musical interpretation and flutistic skills. As a conductor, he was trained by the renowned ballet conductor James Tuggle.

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