Baroque music, Chamber music
Lucile Boulanger began the viola da gamba with Christine Plubeau at the age of five, before continuing her studies with Ariane Maurette, Jérôme Hantaï, and finally Christophe Coin at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse (CNSMD) de Paris.
She has won several international prizes, notably from the Bach-Abel Competition in Köthen, the Società Umanitaria in Milan and Musica Antiqua in Bruges.
Highly sought after as a chamber musician, she has performed and recorded with many European ensembles. In addition, she frequently gives recitals in France and abroad. Her two duo recordings with the keyboard player Arnaud De Pasquale for the Alpha label (Bach in 2012, C. P. E. Bach and Graun in 2015) have received many distinctions in the press.
Her first recording for the Harmonia Mundi label, devoted to Forqueray and his penchant for Italian violin music, was released in late 2018.