Pierre Génisson is one of the best representatives of his generation of the French winds's school. Winner of the prestigious Carl Nielsen International Competition, he has won the 1st Prize and the Audience Prize of the International Competition Jacques Lancelot of Tokyo. His first CD "Made in France", recorded with pianist David Bismuth (Aparté records), was hailed by audience and the press, including a Diapason d'Or and the 4 "ffff" of Télérama magazine. His new CD with Quartet 212 "How I Met Mozart" - Clarinet Quintets by Mozart and Weber (Aparté records) is already one of the great record successes of 2017 in France and abroad, awarded by 'Choc' Classica, 'Clef d'or' Res Musica, 'CD of the week' from the Sunday Times ...
Philippe de Chalendar devoted himself to orchestral conduct on the advice of his masters Leonard Bernstein and Sergiu Celibidache. In 1989, he was awarded the Special Jury Prize at the Besançon Conductor Competition. Since then, he has conducted numerous orchestras in France including the Orchestre National de France, the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France, the Orchestre Lamoureux and Orchestre de Nice. Former assistant of James Conlon in Cologne, the NY Metropolitan Opera and the Los Angeles Opera, he was appointed as chief conductor-assistant at the Opéra National de Paris. He has conducted in many opera houses such as Marseille, Nice, Dusseldorf, Bonn, Nuremberg and Budapest. Established in Hungary since 2001, he has conducted the majors orchestras of Central Europe in a vast operatic and symphonic repertoire.
At the age of 28, Lussiné Harutunian brings the greatest hopes of the Armenian violin. Laureate of several national and international competitions, graduated from the Sion High School of Music, class of Pavel Vernikov, she recently joined the class of Svetlin Roussev at the University of Music of Geneva.
Lussiné Harutunian leads a double career of violinist-soloist and chamber musician; she has already played in the USA, the Russian Federation, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Belgium, France, Germany ...
The Ukrainian pianist Aliya Akbergenova started the piano in Kiev before settling in Austria, in Graz, where she now resides. She is noticed for the elegance of her play and the elegance of her playing in Lyon during the International Piano Competition. Aliya Akbergenova now enjoys the teaching and support of pianist Elisabeth Leonskaya.
She gives numerous concerts and recitals in Austria and throughout Central Europe.
Didier Castell Jacomin, piano & Quatuor des Solistes d'Avignon
Mozart : Piano Concerto 8 and 23
version : quintet with piano
At 8h30 pm
Aliya AKBERGENOVA, piano
Mozart : Rondo in A minor K 511
Beethoven : Sonata in D minor Op. 31 n°2 The Tempest
Schubert – Liszt : Barcarole Auf dem Wasser zu singen / Ständchen / Aufenthalt
J. Strauss – A. Grünfeld : Soirée de Vienne Op.56 / Paraphrase on Fledermaus
M Ravel La Valse
Pierre GENISSON, clarinet
BBC Concert Orchestra dir.: Keith Lockhart
Benny Goodman on Fire !
Pieces by Benny Goodman (arr. Bruno Fontaine)
Sweet Lorraine / Sing sing sing / Stomping at the Savoy / Chicago
Sweet Georgia Brown ....
Aaron Copland, Clarinet Concerto
Leonard Bernstein, Prélude Fugue and Riffs
Igor Stravinsky, Ebony Concerto
Loussiné HAROUTOUNIAN, violon
avec orchestre-atelier Ostinato, dir.: J.L. Tingaud
Beethoven : Concerto pour violon et orchestre Op.61
Anna FEDOROVA, piano
Rachmaninov : Concerto pour piano et orchestre n°2
Orchestre Nouvelle Aquitaine
Dir.: Benjamin Levy
Le 14 mars à Chatelaillon
Le 15 mars à Rochefort
Pierre GENISSON, clarinet
with Dominique Plancade, piano
Pieces bu Schumann and Brahms
Pierre Genisson, clarinet
with Bruno Fontaine, piano
Pieces by Gershwin, Poulenc, Bernstein and Benny Goodman