Quatuor ArdeoSTRING QUARTET
- Around Love
- XIII Schöne welt wo bist du?
- Goldberg Variations
- The call of America
- Terra Memoria
- Razumovsky's project
- With percussionist/marimbist Vassilena Serafimova
- With the pianist Claire-Marie Le Guay
- With Wu Wei, Sheng player
- With clarinetist Pascal Moraguès
- With cellist Tanja Tetzlaff
- With cellist François Salque
- With bassoonist Rie Koyama
- With pianist Aaron Pilsan
- With clarinetist Reto Bieri
- With pianist Luis Fernando Pérez
The call of America
John Adams, one of the greatest minimalist composer in America, wrote 10 "alleged" dances for string quartet and partly prepared piano.
Japanese composer, Joe Hisaishi (known for composing music for Miyasaki films) shows his passionate admiration to americain minimal music with his compositions. Jérémie Rhorer wrote a piece called "Spectateur Nocturne" for string quartet, being inspired by walking around the city of New York.
Over one century before these composers of today, Anton Dvorak was probably the first composer to get in touch with the Americain spirit and native music while working in New York from 1892 to 1895.
Excerpts from "John's book of Alleged Dance" (1994)
Quartet nº1 (2014)
"American" quartet n°12, op. 96