Cécile Broché studied classical music, contemporary music, improvisation, and jazz. She graduated at the Conservatory of Liège and Brussels (Belgium), where she got a First Prize of Violin and a First Prize of Chamber music and from Didier Lockwood's Jazz School in Paris. Collaborations with Barre Philips, Garrett List, Frederic Rzewski, Russ Lossing, Satoshi Takeishi,…
As a violinist, Cécile Broché has been involved in many different projects, including contemporary music ensembles, free music, jazz, working with dancers, with actors, and solo performances.
Her work as a composer includes the use of electronics, and an extensive research on the possibilities of electric violin with effects.
As a teacher, she has developed a pedagogical concept nourished by her various experiences , where one encounters improvisation , creativity , and composed music (workshops).
She participated in the albums “From this day forward” with Diederik Wissels, “Worlds” with Erwin Vann (featuring Kenny Wheeler) and appears on 2 albums of the Garrett List Ensemble : “Voyage” and The “The unbearably Light”.