According to the media, she is one of the most interesting harpist personalities in the world of music today. She has received numerous awards at important international harp competitions in Geneva, Munich and Israel, and is regularly invited to perform in the world’s largest concert halls: Alice Tully Hall in New York, London’s Wigmore Hall, IlAuditorium du Louvre, etc. She collaborates with the Bavarian Radio Symphony orchestra, the National Orchestra of Lyon, the German Chamber Orchestra Bremen, with the Israel Philharmonic and their Chamber Orchestra, as well as numerous other important world ensembles.
She shows a special commitment to chamber music, collaborating with musicians such as Philippe Bernold, Henri Demarquette, Magali Mosnier and the conductor and oboist François Leleux, with whom she had the pleasure of performing Mozart’s famous Concerto for Flute and Harp. She builds her solo repertoire from works of the 18th century all the way to very complex contemporary world premieres, many of which are dedicated to her, so the composer Phillipe Hersant will say of her that she possesses “beauty of sound, perfection of style and depth of eloquence”.
Moretti has a rich discography behind him, which regularly enjoyed significant media attention and approval. She loves traveling, so in addition to playing music around the world, Isabelle Moretti also holds master classes through which she likes to meet young people from different cultures. She also teaches at the National Conservatory of Music and Dance (CNSMD) in Paris, and since 2008 has been a visiting professor at the Royal Academy of Music in London. She was awarded the Knight of the National Order for artistic merit. In recent years, Isabelle Moretti has connected her musical expression with a commitment to environmental awareness and accepts her mission as a musician in close connection with her deepest convictions.