Nadine Deleury

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Nadine Deleury
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Nadine Deleury (Photograph By Candace DeLattre)
Background information
Origin France
Genres Chamber Music
Classical Music

Nadine Deleury is a cellist who was born in northern France. As a student of André Navarra, she studied music at the Paris Conservatory. When in Brazil, she met Aldo Parisot during her participation in a cello master class, and she accepted his invitation to study under his direction at Yale University, where she received her master's. Deleury took up residence in Metropolitan Detroit in 1983, and ascended to principal cellist with the orchestra of the Michigan Opera Theatre. She continues teaching music on the faculty of Oakland University and she shares the role of co-artistic director of Chamber Music at the Scarab Club with Velda Kelly.