Magali Goimard's repertoire covers three centuries of music with a preference for rare, rediscovered works.After graduating from the Poitiers Conservatoire with a gold medal at the age of 15, she went on to obtain teaching and performance diplomas for piano and chamber music from the Alfred Cortot Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris.
Awards and prizes include those from the Prince's Trust, the Illzach chamber music competition and the Musique Espérance NGO.
She performs concerts in France, Europe and the Americas then founds the Trio Maurice Duruflé (flute, viola and piano) as well as the Ensemble Duruflé with first performance of works (Patrick Burgan, Nicolas Bacri, Hugh Wood, Pierre Cholley), recording several CDs including: Argentinian music for piano (Pavane records) French music of the thirties (Quantum) Louis Vierne (BNL).
Author, composer, she also likes to give a scenic or literary dimension to her concerts. She presents in 2019 (Avignon Festival, Blois) her latest creation Vertiges, tant de flambeaux and, played since 2018 Ciné d'period (Compiègne film festival, Louvre Auditorium, Verdun Memorial 2021).
She is also the founder of the José David festival at Les Sables-d'Olonne in 2013. (Piano CD release in 2023).