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Sarah & Deborah Nemtanu

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Claire-Marie Le Guay

Dijon Opera: artists in resistance

Claire-Marie Le Guay will be in concert on June 11 at the Dijon Opera for a live video recital as…

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Claire-Marie Le Guay will be in concert on June 11 at the Dijon Opera for a live video recital as part of a somewhat special festival.
On the program: Ravel, Mozart, Liszt, Erkin, Saygun

Trio Zadig

Canticle of Jean Racine

Even locked down & waiting to find the stage back, the Trio Zadig wanted to deliver these few notes to…

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Even locked down & waiting to find the stage back, the Trio Zadig wanted to deliver these few notes to you.

By way of a wink, view the canticle of Jean Racine by G. Fauré (arranged for trio with piano)

L'Achéron

Handel Cantatas with Deborah Cachet

Listen to an extract (Georg Friedrich Händel - Cantata "Figlio d'alte speranze" HWV 113) from the concert of l'Acheron &…

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Listen to an extract (Georg Friedrich Händel - Cantata "Figlio d'alte speranze" HWV 113) from the concert of l'Acheron & Deborah Cachet given to AMUZ last February dedicated to Handel's youth cantatas & recorded by Radio Klara.

L'Achéron

A consort's monument: Press!

With his latest CD, L’Acheron entitled A consort’s monument returns to English music for consort of viol, and is joined…

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With his latest CD, L’Acheron entitled A consort’s monument returns to English music for consort of viol, and is joined by a positive organ and a virginal.

Resmusica praises it in this May 10 article:

On the whole, the keyboard instruments played colla parte blend so well with the sound of the violas that you sometimes have to listen to make sure they are there. If we can say of a consort of quality viol that it sounds like an organ, in reference to the homogeneity of the timbres, this is the case of L’Achéron. It’s even more obvious here, when the organ mixes with the violas. Three short moments allow us to hear the keyboard instruments ring alone, in improvisations on themes of the time. The summit is an improvisation on a Simpson Ground played jointly with the organ and the virginal, where Philippe Grisvard and Yoann Moulin assault on inventiveness in a perfect balance.

Deborah Nemtanu

Deborah Nemtanu plays Haydn to welcome Lars Vogt!

Deborah Nemtanu and her friends from the Paris Chamber Orchestra Olivia Hugues, Jossalyn Jensen and Benoit Grenet, wished during confinement…

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Deborah Nemtanu and her friends from the Paris Chamber Orchestra Olivia Hugues, Jossalyn Jensen and Benoit Grenet, wished during confinement to welcome their future conductor Lars Vogt (Grand pianist and future musical director of the Paris Chamber Orchestra) with the German anthem (extract from the quartet the emperor of Haydn)

Emmanuelle Bertrand

Closed-door concert

The cellist Emmanuelle Bertrand, in this very particular context, will participate on May 28 in a concert filmed at the…

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The cellist Emmanuelle Bertrand, in this very particular context, will participate on May 28 in a concert filmed at the Philharmonie de Paris alongside many other renowned artists to give Strauss's metamorphoses.

Les Tromano

Le métronome by Maelzel - Beethoven

Tic Tac Tic Tac ....! Every sixty seconds, one minute passes in the life of a confined person. Since 1812,…

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Tic Tac Tic Tac ....! Every sixty seconds, one minute passes in the life of a confined person. Since 1812, the metronome has been there to confirm this. That year, Beethoven composed his eighth symphony while his friend Nepomuk Maelzel was in the process of patenting the device that would become the most hated in the history of music. Indeed ... who likes to measure time in order to better see it pass?


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