Bergerault percussions contemporaines
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They propose two lines of instruments: one dedicated to professional music practice and the other for music teaching. A percussion instrument is an instrument whose sound is emitted by hitting or scraping a membrane or a resonant material. They were probably the first musical instruments and are an integral part of most musical genres. For several years, the company has been offering a line of orchestra furnishings and has equipped concert halls around the world.
Created in 1932 by Albert Bergerault, a musician and inventor, the company stands out for the quality of the instruments it makes. Today it is the French reference in this family of instruments. The company employees some thirty people who have a mastery of complementary expertise in wood, metal, composite materials and acoustic techniques. To improve the quality of its instruments, Bergerault works in cooperation with contemporary composers, orchestra musicians and conservatory professors.
The company’s clientele includes professional and institutional customers (orchestras and conservatories). Bergerault is present around the world.