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Aurèle Nicolet

Aurèle Nicolet
Birth name Aurèle Nicolet
Born (1926-01-22) 22 January 1926
Neuchâtel, Switzerland
Genres Classical
Occupation(s) Flautist
Instruments Flute
Years active 1948 – Present
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Aurèle Nicolet (born January 22, 1926 in Neuchâtel) is a Swiss flautist. He is considered as one of the world's best flute players of the late twentieth century. He has performed in various international concerts. A number of composers wrote music especially for him, such composers include Toru Takemitsu, György Ligeti, Krzysztof Meyer or Edison Denisov. His pupils include Emmanuel Pahud, Carlos Bruneel, Michael Faust, Pedro Eustache, Thierry Fischer, Irena Grafenauer, Huáscar Barradas, Kristiyan Koev, Jadwiga Kotnowska, Robert Langevin, Marina Piccinini, Kaspar Zehnder, and Ariel Zuckermann.

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