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"Classic' à Juan" 2017
Saturday 4th March at 8:30 pm
Wolfang Doerner, direction
Frank Braley, Piano
Ludwig Van Beethoven. Concerto n°3 pour piano et orchestre en ut mineur, op. 37 / Symphonie n°3 en mi bémol majeur. "Sinfonia Eroica", op. 55.
Brilliant and extraordinary, Frank Braley joined the Conservatoire national supérieur de musique et de danse de Paris' elite when he came of age. He left with a variety of credentials and was soon launched onto the international scene after making a clean sweep in 1991 when he won first prize in the Queen Elisabeth Competition in Belgium. A guest performer for the greatest orchestras, led by the greatest conductors, showered with flattering comparisons with grand piano masters, this artist with a delicate touch, keen intelligence, striking repartee and strong musical ideas has not lost his spontaneous and relaxed connection to his instrument, based on humour and poetry, humility, grace and unfailing sincerity. Aside from his regular work as a soloist, he is also passionate about chamber music.
Saturday 22nd April 8:30pm
Benjamin Levy, direction
Solenne Paidassi, Violon
Piotr Ilitch Tchaïkovski. Sérénade mélancolique pour violonet orchestre en si bémol, op. 26 / Concerto pour violon et orchestre en ré majeur, op.35
Georges Bizet. Symphonie en Ut Majeur.
Born in Nice, she took up the violin at the age of four before beginning classes with Daniel Lagarde at the Conservatoire d'Antibes aged six, and then the Conservatoire National de région de Nice where she was awarded the Prix Supérieur for the violin at just 11 years of age. She then studied at the Conservatoire de Genève, at the Royal Academy of Music in London, the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia and the Hoschule für Music
und Theater in Hanover. Winner of the Long-Thibaud Competition in 2010 and the Révélation Classique de l’Adami in 2012, Solenne Païdassi has already held concerts and recitals around the world, in the most prestigious venues, demonstrating, with her very intimate style of interpretation and her beautiful spontaneity – in addition to technical perfection – great richness and a remarkable diversity of nuances.
Sathurday 20th May at 8:30
Aurélien Azan Zielinski, direction
Ingrid Perruche, soprano
Christoph Willibald Cluck. Armide, ouverture / "L'ai-je bien entendu... Hélas, mon cœur sensible et tendre..." Iphigénie en Aulide./ "O Malheureuse Iphigénie...", Iphigénie en Tauride. / "Dance of the Blessed Spirits", extrait d'Orphée et Euridice./ "Non, cet affreux devoir... Je t'implore et je tremble..." Iphigénie en Tauride / "Danse des furies", extrait d'Orphée et Euridice.
Jacques Offenbach. La Grande Duchesse de Gérolstein : ouverture / "Ah que j'aime les militaires..." / "Dites-lui qu'on l'a remarqué..." // La Belle Hélène : Ouverture / "On me nomme Hélène la blonde" / "Amour divin, ardentes flammes..." // La Vie Parisienne, cancan final.
After obtaining a Bachelor of Arts and first prize in singing and chamber music in Orléans, Ingrid Perruche entered the Conservatoire national supérieur de musique et de danse de Lyon where she was awarded first prize in singing with distinction before progressing to the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris with Glenn Chambers. In 2005 she was nominated in the Révélation artiste lyrique singer of the year category at the Victoires de la musique classique awards. On the billing for various operas, it wasn't long before Ingrid Perruche was performing on the majority of the key international stages and has participated in various festivals. Her immense repertoire includes great works from the Baroque period as well as more recent masterpieces, in which her dramatic ability, in addition to her voice full of refined qualities, results in wondrous pieces..