Her life was "an unremitting search for musical truth to which
she gave all her talent", the Concerts De Valmalete said.
A fan of chamber music, Engerer also regularly performed with
other instrumentalists such as the violinist Olivier Charlier and
the cellist Henri Demarquette.
She was well-known for her high-profile four-hand piano
performances with Russian pianist Boris Berezovsky.
Engerer gave her last concert on June 12 at the Champs-Elysees
Theatre in Paris playing Schumann with the Paris Chamber
Orchestra, 50 years after first playing in the prestigious venue.
She received a number of honours, including the French Legion of
Honour, and in 2011 was given a lifetime achievement award by the
French music industry.