Charlotte Maclet is an award winning violinist who first performed a Mendelssohn concerto at age nine! She has performed as a soloist in her native France and abroad. She led the acclaimed quartet Camerata Alma Viva and is now first violinist for Zaïde Quartet. She and Emma discuss her recent recording with Zaïde, Invisible, which places the music of Fanny Mendelssohn and Clara Schumann alongside the more famous men who share a surname, how to lead a quartet as democratically as possible and why she chose life in chamber music over a solo career.
Buy their record: Invisible
The 3 Questions:
What piece of art changed everything for you?
The work of Gustav Klimt
What piece of art do you respect rather than like?
The work of Marina Abrahmovitch
Give us a recommendation...
Listen to Glen Gould! And read Haruki Murakami's Absolutely On Music