Juliette Grellety Bosviel
Juliette Grellety Bosviel is titular organist at Notre-Dame de Boulogne (Hauts-de-Seine) and associate titular of the historic organ of Saint-Gervais (Paris).
She studied the organ with André Isoir, Jean Boyer and Aude Heurtematte, receiving a Gold Medal, a 1er Prix d’Excellence degree at the Regional Conservatory in Lille. Under Isabelle Duha she obtained a harmony, fugue and counterpoint diploma at the Conservatory of Issy-les-Moulineaux, as well as a Bachelor’s degree in musicology at the University of Paris-Sorbonne.
Juliette Grellety Bosviel performs in concert within the programming of festivals such as the Aisne Organ Festival, the “Bach Academy” in Arques-la-Bataille, the Bern Organ Festival (Switzerland) and the Folles Journées in Nantes. Since 2003 she has participated in various productions of the Ensemble Instrumental de la Mayenne under the direction of Yves Parmentier. In May 2012 she premiered the 8 Poems for Organ by Henri Nafylian at the abbey church in Melun. The same year she founded Le Salon romantique, a trio comprising soprano, cello and orgue, an unusual ensemble devoted to German and French Romantic music.
Juliette Grellety Bosviel teaches organ, harpsichord and piano in the département of Mayenne (conservatory of Château-Gontier, music schools of Craon and Meslay-du-Maine).