Patricia Nagle

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After her studies and her Interpreter Diploma from the University of Massachusetts, Patricia Nagle perfected her skills in France with the great Masters: Maxence Larrieu, Michel Debost, Jean Pierre Rampal and Andras Adorjan.
Noticed by Michel Plasson and Roberto Benzi, she will be a soloist at the National Orchestra of the Capitole of Toulouse then at the Gulbenkain Orchestra in Lisbon, Piccolo solo at the Bordeaux-Aquitaine National Orchestra. Performing on the biggest stages, Patricia Nagle worked under the direction of – Muhai Tang, Philippe Bender, Richard Hickox, Wolfgang Sawallisch, Zdenek Macal, Eliahu Inbal, John Elliott Gardiner, Kurt Mazur, Klaus Weise, Yann-Pascal Tortelier, Jesus Lobez-Cobos and Nello Santi…

Concertist, she is the guest of the Arad Philharmonic Orchestra in Germany, in France of the Brocéliande Orchestra and the Stats Orchestra of Craiova in Romania. She also performed a Recital at Chateau Lobkovitz, in Prague, in the presence of Prince Lobkovitz, his family and international guests.

Patricia Nagle performs the classical repertoire with the Amarcord Duo, flute and Harp with Béatrice Jeanneret and the BWA Duo, flute and guitar with Amos Coulange and the European Romantic Orchestra. Member of the instrumental ensemble “A Ciel Ouvert” Bernard Calmel, his interest in contemporary music led him with his partners from the Rhombe quartet to record: “Suite en Concert” by André Jolivet. Dedicated to numerous compositions by Anthony Girard, Vincent Paulet and Alain Besson.

Patricia Nagle has recorded for EMI and regularly participates in radio and television broadcasts in Europe. She has published numerous articles on pedagogy and ergonomics. Active on instrumental research in particular the “Kingma System – quarter tone” invented by the Dutch flutist Eva Kingma.