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       Nino Pavlenichvili, Coach


Born to a family of musicians in Tbilisi, Georgia, Nino Pavlenichvili began the piano at the age of five and obtained her degree at the Conservatory of Music of her native town.   She subsequently moved to France to coach young singers at the National Conservatory in Toulouse and later at the CNIPAL in Marseille.


She is regularly invited as vocal coach at the Aix-en-Provence Festival where she assisted with La Passion by Pascal Dusapin with the Ensemble Musica 13, L’Infedeltà Delusa, The Nightingale by Stravinsky and The Nose by Shostakovich.  She is often engaged for difficult scores including La Chartreuse de Parme and Les Caprices de Marianne by Henri Sauguet, Elektra at the Marseille Opera and Ariadne auf Naxos at the Metz Opera.  She is frequently invited by the Teatro Municipal in Santiago, Chile, and the National Centre for the Performing Arts in Beijing where she has collaborated on Francesca Zambello’s production of CARMEN and Hugo de Ana’s production of SAMSON ET DALILA.


Specialist in the Russian repertoire, she assisted with the productions of Boris Godunov by Mussorgsky at the Teatro Massimo in Palermo, Betrothal in a Monastery by Prokofiev at Toulouse Théâtre du Capitole, and Eugene Onegin and in 2015 Iolanta and Perséphone by Stravinsky at Aix-en-Provence Festival in a Peter Sellars’ production.


Credits in contemporary opera include the creation of Slutchaï by Oscar Strasnoy with the Grand Théâtre de Bordeaux, Dog’s Heart by Alexander Raskatov at Lyon Opera and Colomba by Jean-Claude Petit at Marseille Opera.


Ms. Pavlenichvili regularly performs as an accompanist in recital with prominent singers of our time such as Vladimir Galouzine, and Béatrice Uria Monzon.  She collaborates in master classes taught by François Le Roux, Gabriel Bacquier, and is regularly engaged as official accompanist of many major international vocal competitions in France.  In addition, she has appeared in many festivals such as the Festival Radio France in Montpellier, the Printemps des Arts in Monte-Carlo and the Nuits Lyriques in Marmande, having recently performed a two pianos programme at the Festival Musique dans les vignes.


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