Pascale Clément began her cello studies at the CRD in Clermont-Ferrand and from an early age developed a passion for baroque music. It was with this in mind that she entered the Conservatoire National de Lyon where she won the Baroque cello prize in 2009.
There she finished her studies with Rainer Zipperling at the Hochschule für Musik in Cologne, having worked later with Christophe Coin and Bruno Cocset at the Conservatoire National Supérieur in Paris. This excellent continuo instrumentalist, therefore, dedicates herself to the interpretation of Baroque repertoire and completed her degree in viola da gamba at the CRR of Versailles, in the class of Emmanuelle Guigue.
For several years, she performed in prestigious orchestras such as Les Folies Françoises, Le Concert de l’Hostel Dieu, or Les Paladins, under the baton of Patrick Cohën-Akenine, Paul Agnew, Daniel Cuiller…
Her growing notoriety has opened the door to many French festivals where she has been performing regularly in orchestras or chamber music ensembles, which has led to the recording of several CDs.