The “Consort Brouillamini” is an unusual formation which gather five recorder player from the “Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse” of Lyon (CNSMDL). During these studies, the formation received a high quality education, provided by internationnal renamed teacher such as : Pierre Hamon, Pierre Boragno, Peter van Heyghen and obtain a master degree of chamber music with distinctions in 2010.
Based on the study of former treaties, Consort Brouillamini aim to bring up to date the caracteristic musical practice of XVIe and XVIIe century. They propose their own retranscriptions of masterpieces from the baroque repertory and from the classical one, in order to always demonstrate original and various programms which may help the spectator to travel through the music. The formation is also focused on modern pieces and had the opportunity to work with french composer Jean-Marc Serre in 2009, which composed five original pieces for the consort gathered under the name of “Haïkaï”.
Consort Brouillamini already gave several live performance among the Rhône-Alpes region such as the musical season of “l'Auditorium de Grenoble”, or at the “Temple Lanterne”. They also performed all across the country ; Strasbourg, Nantes and Paris. They have been part of some musical festivals such as “Les jeudi Musicaux de Royan”, baroque festival of Tarentaise, “Sinfonia en Périgord” festival, “La note envolée” festival, “Le printemps des orgues” festival and “Les concerts d'Anacréon” musicla season. The musical formation also performed abroad : Gijon in Spain and at the “Ecchi Lontani de Cagliari” festival in Sardegna.
Consort Brouillamini obtained the first prize and the audience prize of the international contest of ancient music of Gijon (Spain) in july 2012.
Consort Brouillamini performed a live on “France Musique” into the radio show “Génération Jeunes Interprètes”, animated by Gaëlle Le Gallic on the 14th march 2015.
Consort Brouillamini also received the audience prize for the musical season 2014 / 2015 of “Musée en musique” in Grenoble. In november 2016, they obtained the first prize of the Concours International de musiques anciennes of Vanves, France.