Virginie Bove was born in 1977 in Paris. Her interest and love for music started at an early age and lead her to begin studying the flute at eleven years old.
She had the opportunity to study with some brilliant flutists in France and abroad, including M. Beaucoudray, M. Debost, M. Dufour, C. Lefèbvre, P. Dumail, P. Bernold and G. Alirol. Virginie completed her studies attaining first prizes from the Conservatoire of Paris and of Saint-Maur and won in parallel several national competitions. In 1999, she had her debut as a soloist by performing Lipkin’s Flute Concerto, European Premiere.
Between 1995 and 2000, she was the Principal Flutist of Paris Sorbonne Symphony Orchestra under the direction of J. Grimbert and performed in many venues in Europe and in United States of America.
By 2000, Virginie Bove established herself as a freelance Flute and Piccolo player, working with remarquable conductors.
Since 2005, she is the Sub-Principal Flute player in the Cyprus Symphony Orchestra. The chamber music always occupied a significant part of her activities; she performed and recorded world premiere compositions especially made for her.
She is the founder of Evohe Wind Quintet and has been collaborating with other musicians regularly.
1995: Flute and Guitar/Piano with Olivier Herbay
2012: Flute and Harp with Angela Madjarova
2013: Flute and Piano with Agata Jozwik