Floriane Peycelon is a versatile professional musician, accomplished both as a very experienced teacher and a busy freelance violinist.
She studied the violin in France, at the Lyon National Conservatoire of Music and Drama. She was taught by Jean Bisciglia, Leader of the Lyon National Orchestra and Head of Strings at the Conservatoire. After completing her MA in Politics and International Relations whilst playing in the Lyon Sinfonietta, Flo decided to make Kent her home.
She is the visiting Violin tutor at the University of Kent, where she also directs the String Sinfonia. Flo also teaches privately. Her students have been involved in exciting music projects, working alongside the Glyndebourne Touring Orchestra, the composer John Woolrich, and the Sacconi Quartet. Since February 2022, Flo has been directing the Folkestone Young Strings Orchestra. She also runs the very successful Folkestone Camerata string workshops for amateur string players of all ages.
Flo has given numerous solo and chamber music recitals in the UK and abroad. Her solo performances to date have included the Bach Double Violin concerto, the Mendelssohn Violin Concerto, the Beethoven Violin Concerto and Vaughan Williams' Lark Ascending, and more recently all four of Vivaldi's Seasons.