Nicolas Tulliez, born in Paris, received his Bachelor of Music from the Julliard School of New York, as well as an Artist Diploma of the Toronto Royal Conservatory and a Master of music at the Yale University. His teachers included Ghislaine Petit, Pierre Jamet, Nancy Allen and Judy Loman. Awarded in many competitions, he performes regularly in Europe, USA and accross Asia. As a soloist, he has collaborated with conductors such as Adam Fisher, Raphael Frühbeck de Burgos, Antoni Wit … First harp solo of the Orchestre Philharmonique du Luxembourg, then of the Sinfonieorchester Basel, and now of the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio-France, he also performes with other famous orchestras such as the Berliner Philharmoniker, the London Symphony Orchestra, the Mahler Chamber Orchestra, the Bayerischer Rundfunk or the Lucerne Festival orchestras. Nicolas Tulliez participates in many first performances of new works (Gubaidulina, Maresz, Matalon…) and is the dedicatee of numerous solo or chamber music works. Many of his recordings have been released by labels including EMI, the Canadian Broascasting Corp., Universal, Skarbo (flute and harp duet with Stéphane Réty), Maguelone (Trio Nobis), as well as by Naxos for the double concerto for oboe and harp by Lutoslawski with the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra. A recording of Ginastera concerto with
the Sinfonieorchester Basel was just released by Skarbo.
He teaches at the CRR of Paris and at the Conservatoire du 12ème Arrondissement. He is regularly invited to give masterclasses and to be jury member in many international harp contests.