Claire-Marie Le GuayPIANO
- Variations on choirs
- A trip to Russia
- Starry Night
- Life is better in music
- Monograph of the piano works of Thierry Escaich
- Mozart, but not only!
- It is at night that it is beautiful to believe in the light
- Tribute to Monique de la Bruchollerie, a meeting through time
- Ravel 150
- With the violinist Amaury Coeytaux et cellist François Salque
- In trio with Magali Mosnier, flute and François Salque, cello
With cellist François Salque
François Salque is one of those rare musicians who is both pure and uncompromising, with a chiseled playing style that embodies the most beautiful lyricism. His eclecticism, as well as his precise and incandescent bow, have made him one of the most renowned French performers of his generation.
At his side is the luminous Claire-Marie Le Guay. Her vast repertoire knowledge, musical intellect, and beautiful pallet of timbres turn each of their performances into a one-of-a-kind moment.
The unfailing musical complicity of these two accomplished soloists, who met at the age of 18, and their deep understanding of different musical languages, allow us to savour the most powerful stylistic and aesthetic developments of a particularly rich literature.
FROM POEM TO RHAPSODY ...
SCHUBERT Selection of lieder (excerpts from their album "Wanderer" Official CD of La Folle Journée de Nantes)
BEETHOVEN Sonata No. 3 in A major, op. 69
DAVID POPPER Hungarian Rhapsody
PIERNÉ Sonata op 46
RITA STROHL Grande Sonate dramatique
SCHUMANN / SCHUBERT
SCHUMANN Romances & Popular Pieces
SCHUBERT Selection of Lieder & Arpeggione Sonata
NADIA BOULANGER Three Pieces
RITA STROHL Great Dramatic Sonata
LAURA NETZEL Sonata for Cello and Piano
BRAHMS Sonata No. 1 Op. 38
CHOPIN Sonata opus 65
THE LAST SONATAS OF BEETHOVEN
BEETHOVEN Sonata opus 69
BEETHOVEN Sonatas opus 102
Fauré | After a dream op. 7 n ° 1
Fauré | After a dream op. 7 n ° 1 by François Salque, cello and Claire-Marie Le Guay, piano. Excerpt from the concert recorded on June 25, 2018 at 7 p.m. in studio 106 of the Maison de la radio as part of the program Chambre Classique by Jean-Baptiste Urbain. To see and listen to again on France Musique: http://urlz.fr/7kEw