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30e FESTIVAL NEW TALENTS AND GUESTS - THE PROGRAM

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Zeliha trio

 

Sunday August 16 - violin, cello and piano with Manon Galy, Maxime Quennesson & Jorge Gonzalez Buajasan - Opening concert

 

Born in 1996 in Toulouse, Manon Galy started playing the violin at age 7 at the Cugnaux music school. At the age of 9, she entered the Toulouse Conservatory and continued her musical studies at the CRR in Paris with Suzanne Gessner. At the age of 16, she entered the CNSMDP in the class of Roland Daugareil, where she obtained her License award in 2016 as well as her Master's award in June 2018. In September of the same year, she was admitted to the Performing Artist Diploma ( 3rd cycle) in the same school. Manon is the winner of several international competitions including UFAM (1st prize, 1st nominated), Andréa Postacchini, that of the Central School of Moscow (2nd prize), Ginette Neveux in Avignon or Marie Cantagrill. She performs regularly, as a soloist as well as as a chamber musician, in prestigious venues and festivals: Philharmonie de Paris, Palais des Congrès in Marseille, Chapelle Royale in Rodez, Mariahilfer Kirche in Vienna (Austria), Rohm Theater in Kyoto (Japan), auditorium at the Seine Musicale, as well as in the “Radio France Montpellier”, “La Roque d'Anthéron”, “Rencontres Musicales d'Evian”, “autumn sonatas” festivals among others. For a year, Manon has been multiplying her experiences as a soloist and has thus been led to perform several concertos for violin and orchestra at the Philharmonie de Paris, in the Rémy Pfimlin room of the CNSMDP, at the theater of the CNSAD, alongside conductors such as Patrick Davin, Brazilian Simone Menezes or Johann Farjot. Manon has received, through various masterclasses and academies, the advice of important musical personalities such as Mario Hossen, Martin Beaver, Philippe Jaroussky, Roland Daugareil, Suzanne Gessner, Christophe Poiget, Claire Désert, Olivier Charlier, trio Wanderer, Geneviève Laurenceau, quartets Ebène and Modigliani ... She is part of the “young talents” 2018/2019 promotion of the Philippe Jaroussky musical academy, within the framework of which she was invited to perform live on France Musique in the program “Classic Club ”presented by Lionel Esparza. A chamber musician at heart, Manon has just recorded her first CD with the Zeliha trio, founded with Jorge Gonzalez-Buajasan (pianist) and Maxime Quennesson (cellist). The disc will be released in the course of 2020 on the Mirare label. She will record a second CD under the Aparte label in July 2020, as 1st violin of ensemble K, conducted by Simone Menezes.

 

Born in 1995, Maxime Quennesson began learning the cello at the age of 6. After obtaining his master's degree at the CNSMDP in the class of Michel Strauss "unanimously honored with the congratulations of the jury", he joined, in September 2019, the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel as artist in residence under the direction of Gary Hoffman . At the same time, it enters 3st cycle (Diploma of Artist Performer) at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Paris in the class of Jérôme Pernoo.

Winner of various international competitions, he performs as a soloist, with orchestra (the Appassionato ensemble, the Orchester du Concert de la Loge, Stuttgart Kammerorchester, the OCUP), as well as in recital, in France and abroad. . He plays a Frank Ravatin cello, generously provided by Patrick Petit, and is supported by SAFRAN, ADAMI (2019 and 2020), as well as the Or du Rhin foundation.

 

Born in Havana in 1994, Jorge Gonzalez Buajasan made his first piano studies at the “Alejandro García Caturla” Conservatory. He continued his studies in Paris in 2006 and, two years later, he received a scholarship from the Cuban Ministry of Culture. He joined the CNSMD in Paris in the Hortense Cartier-Bresson class in 2014 and throughout his career received advice from Jean Frédéric Neuburger, Ivry Gitlis, Elisabeth Leonskaja, Menahem Pressler and Radu Lupu.

He will have the opportunity to perform in trio at the Salle Pleyel during a Prélude concert by the Orchester de Paris and in April 2015, he is the guest of Boris Berezovsky at his recital in the Auditorium of the Fondation Louis Vuitton. Later, Jorge Gonzalez Buajasan was selected to participate in the KlavierOlymp in Bad Kissigen where he received the 1er Prize as well as the Audience Prize and this award will lead him thereafter to perform at the Kissinger Sommer Festival in July 2016 as a soloist with the Orchester Philharmonique de Marseille under the direction of Lawrence Foster. He was then invited to do many concerts, notably at the Beethovenfest in Bonn, in Munich in a recital broadcast by Bayerischer Rundfunk at the Herkules-Saal and in this same city, he will share a concert with Elisabeth Leonskaja within the Festival "Stars and Rising Stars ”. Later he was invited to La Roque d'Anthéron and as a soloist in Riga under the direction of Vassily Sinaiski with the Latvian National Orchestra.

In 2019, Jorge Gonzalez Buajasan received the “Young Critics' Favorite” prize at the “Clara Haskil” International Piano Competition. He performs as a soloist with the Orchester National de France under the direction of Felix Mildenberger at the Auditorium of the Maison de la Radio and he will perform several concerts in chamber music with the musicians of this orchestra. In 2020 he is also invited to play in the first part of a concert by Christian Zacharias.

 

PROGRAM :

 

  • Dvorak
  • Fauré
  • Shostakovich

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ISEULT JOLT & DOMINGOS COSTA

 

Monday August 17 - 4 hands piano recital

 

A sensitive sound, a refined virtuosity, and a certain taste for original programs are the characteristics of the duo formed since 2006 by pianists Yseult Jost (France) and Domingos Costa (Portugal). Winner of the International Grieg Competition in Oslo in 2008 and laureate of the Yehudi Menuhin Foundation from 2007 to 2012, the duo were the guest of the Beethovenfest in Bonn (DE), the En Blanco y Negro Festival in Mexico City, the Casa da Música de Porto, the Zingster Klaviertage Festival (DE), the International Music Festival of Besançon, the South African College of Music (Cape Town), the University of Pretoria and Johannesburg, the Gesellschaftshaus in Magdeburg (DE), the Theaterhaus in Stuttgart (DE), the Palazzo Albrizzi in Venice (IT), the Camino Al Tagliamento Festival (IT), the Auditorium Stravinski in Montreux (CH), the theaters of Montbéliard, Besançon, Dôle, the Wilhelma Theater in Stuttgart (DE), Consol Theater and Klangraum Flora Gelsenkirchen (DE), Schowburg Almere (NL), Norwegian Academy of Musik Oslo (NO), Maison Heinrich Heine in Paris, TAPS in Strasbourg, among others.

Yseult and Domingos have also given masterclasses and workshops at the Benedetto Marcello Conservatory in Venice, at the Calouste Gulbenkian Conservatory in Braga, at the University of Cape Town, Pretoria, and Johannesburg, as well as at the University of Hamburg.

 

PROGRAM :

 

  • Johannes Brahms 1833-1897: 16 Valses opus 39 for piano 4 hands
  • Ludwig van Beethoven 1770-1828: Variations on a Theme of the Count of
    Waldstein WoO 67
  • Claude Debussy 1862-1918: La Mer - Three symphonic sketches

            1. From dawn to noon on the sea
            2. Games waves
            3. Dialogue between the wind and the sea 

Transcription for piano four hands C. Debussy

  • Maurice Ravel 1875-1937: La Valse - Choreographic poem for orchestra Transcription for piano 4 hands L. Garban

 

Edgar Moreau © Jack Azoulai / Pierre-Yves Hodique © B. Bake

PIERRE-YVES HODIQUE & EDGAR MOREAU

 

Tuesday August 18 - Pierre-Yves Hodique on piano and Edgar Moreau on cello

 

Born in 1994 in Paris, Edgar Moreau begins the cello at four years old. After following the teaching of Xavier Gagnepain and Philippe Muller, he then joined the Kronberg Academy where he studied with Frans Helmerson.
Edgar has already performed at festivals in Montpellier, Colmar, Menton, Saint-Denis, Annecy, Périgord Noir, Evian, Verbier, Montreux, Lucerne, Gstaad, Tannay, Edinburgh, at the Aix-en-Provence Easter Festival, at the Orangerie de Sceaux, at Flâneries Musicales de Reims, at the Auditorium of the Louvre, at La Folle Journée in Nantes, in Japan, at the Musikverein in Vienna, at the Hollywood Bowl, ...
His great interest in chamber music gave him the opportunity to play with Martha Argerich, Nicholas Angelich, Khatia Buniatishvili, Renaud Capuçon, Frank Braley, Gérard Caussé, Yo-Yo Ma, Paul Meyer, David Kadouch, Jean-Frédéric Neuburger , the Talich, Prazak, Ebène, Modigliani Quartets, and is a member of the Renaud Capuçon quartet.
Edgar won at the age of 17 the Second Prize of the XIV Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow in 2011 under the presidency of Valery Gergiev, where he was also awarded the Prize for best contemporary work.

He is also laureate of the last Rostropovitch Competition in 2009 with the Young Soloist Prize, awarded a First Prize and six special prizes at the Young Concert Artists in New York in November 2014, Edgar is also “Instrumental Revelation 2013” ​​and “ Instrumental Soloist 2015 ”of the Victoires de la Musique Classique.
Latest releases: a duo recital with David Kadouch devoted to Franck, Poulenc, Strohl and De la Tombelle, as well as the concertos by Offenbach and Gulda with Les Forces Majeures and Raphaël Merlin.
Edgar plays a 1711 David Tecchler cello.

 

Pierre-Yves Hodique obtains at the Paris Conservatory (CNSMDP) the highest awards in piano, chamber music and vocal accompaniment in the classes of Jean-François Heisser, Claire Désert and Anne Le Bozec and in 2011 won the Prize for best accompanying pianist at the International Competition Cello Tchaikovsky in Moscow.

Counting among his chamber music partners Edgar Moreau, Aurélien Pascal, Alexandra Conunova, Thomas Lefort, Raphaëlle Moreau, Irène Duval, Adélaïde Ferrière, Nima Sarkechik or even the baritone Samuel Hasselhorn with whom he won the Prix de Lied in 2013 at the Competition international vocal-piano Nadia and Lili Boulanger, he has performed at the Mariinsky Theater in Saint Petersburg, at the Berlin Philharmonic, at the Konzerthaus in Dortmund, at the Cologne Philharmonic, at the Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg, at the Musikverein and at the Konzerthaus in Vienna, the KKL in Lucerne, the Barbican Center and Wigmore Hall in London, the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, the Palais des Beaux-Arts in Brussels, the theater in Ferrara, the Fazioli Hall in Sacile, the Society Bilbao Philharmonic, at the Oji Hall in Tokyo, at the Folle Journée de Nantes, at the Flâneries musicales de Reims, at the Radio-France and Montpellier festivals, at the festivals of Saint-Denis, Nohant, Périgord noir, at the Grand Opera AT vignon, at the Grand Théâtre d'Aix-en-Provence, at the Arsenal in Metz, at the Louvre auditorium, at the Cité de la Musique, at the musical Seine, at the Musicales de Bagatelle, ... Pierre-Yves is a laureate of the Fondation d'entreprise Banque Populaire, the Yamaha Music Foundation of Europe, the Meyer Foundation, the Fondation de France.

Since September 2018 he has been teaching piano at the CRR de Boulogne-Billancourt. He recorded for the Erato label in duo with cellist Edgar Moreau in 2014 (Diapason d'or Découverte and Classique d'Or RTL), for the Mirare label in duo with violinist Irène Duval in 2016 and in duo with violinist Thomas Lefort in 2019.

 

PROGRAM :

 

  • Beethoven: 2st sonata in g minor, opus 5
  • Grieg: Sonata in A minor, opus 36
  • Saint-Saëns: My heart opens to your voice
  • Paganini: Variations on the rope la

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YEON MIN PARK

 

Wednesday, August 19 - Winning pianist of the Lyon International Piano Competition, partner of the New Talents Festival and guests 2020

 

The pianist Yeon-Min Park was born in Mokpo, Korea.
At the age of 11, she discovered her passion for the piano and immediately embarked on a breathtaking progression on her instrument, accompanied by considerable success in various competitions.
Yeon-Min has won prizes at recognized national and international piano competitions, such as Finale Ligure (1st prize 2014), Hanoi (1st prize 2015), Mayenne (1st prize 2016), Suzhou Jinji (1st prize 2017) , Darmstadt (3rd prize 2017), Seoul (3rd prize 2017) and Lyon (1st prize 2019).
She has performed with more than 20 orchestras such as Philharmonischen Kammerorchesters Wernigerode, Junges Sinfonieorchester Hannover, Hanoi Philharmonic Orchestra, Busan Philharmonic Orchestra, Suzhou Symphony Orchestra, Chapelle Musicale of Tournai, the Music in the Mountains Festival Orchestra, Russian Chamber Philharmonic St. Petersburg, Sudwestdeutscher Philharmonic Orchester, Rishon Letzion Symphony Orchestra, ...

 

PROGRAM :

 

  • Beethoven: Bagatelles opus 126
  • Koechlin: 4 new sonatines for piano opus 87

New Sonatin No. 1

  • Liszt: Sonata in B minor, S. 178

 

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TRIO TANGOPHONICS

 

Thursday August 20 - Carmela Delgado, Lucas Eubel Frontini, Ivo De Greef will be brought together to play Bandoneon, double bass & piano

 

Ivo De Greef, Lucas Eubel Frontini and Carmela Delgado meet in 2019 during the production of "Maria de Buenos Aires" with the National Opera of the Rhine.

Throughout the concerts, an intense bond and the desire to form a trio emerge between these three soloists.
Tangophonics was born then, with the desire to pay tribute to this typical tango formation: bandoneon, double bass and piano, which allows to explore the roots of the genre as well as to turn to resolutely modern proposals, tunes and well-known composers. with discoveries!

 

PROGRAM :

 

  • Agustin Bardi: QUE NOCHE
  • Julio De CARO: El ARANQUE
  • Alfredo Gobbi: EL ANDARIEGO
  • Piazzolla: MILONGA DEL ANGEL
  • Gustavo Beytelman: TRAVESIA
  • Gandini: NOSTALGIA
  • Leopoldo Federico: DE TAL PALO
  • Piazzolla: VERANO PORTENO
  • Piazzolla: CONTRA MILONGA AT THE FUNERALA
  • Juan dios de Filiberto: YO TE BENDIGO
  • Sonia Posseti: BAILARINA

 

Helios Trio © Andrej Gril

TRIO HELIOS 

 

Friday August 21 - Camille Fonteneau on violin, Raphaël Jouan on cello and Alexis Gournel on piano

 

Enamored of chamber music from an early age, Camille Fonteneau (violin), Raphaël Jouan (cello) and Alexis Gournel (piano) passionately explore the varied universe of the piano trio repertoire. All three from the CNSMD in Paris, in September 2014 they founded the Trio Hélios.
They perform in venues such as the Philharmonie de Paris, the Opéra de Lyon, the Phoenix Hall in Osaka,… and are regularly invited to prestigious festivals such as the Festival d'Auvers-sur-Oise, the Rencontres Musicales d 'Évian, the Beauvais Festival, the Pablo Casals Festival in Prades, the Young Interpreters program of France Musique, as well as the Folle Journée in Nantes, Warsaw and Tokyo.

The Helios Trio has distinguished itself in many international competitions: it recently won second prize at the Trondheim International Chamber Music Competition, second prize at the Lyon International Chamber Music Competition, as well as the Franz Liszt special prize. at the Joseph Joachim Competition in Weimar.

Winner of the second prize and the audience's prize at the Illzach International Chamber Music Competition in 2015, he won the same year the Honorary Prize at the Léopold Bellan International Competition and became a FNAPEC scholarship recipient at the end of the Paris Ensemble Music Competition.
The trio also won the KammerMusik Preis in 2018 and the Klavierkammermusik Preis and Wiener Klassik Preis in 2019 at the ISA festival in Austria.
Since this year, he has been supported by the Safran Foundation.
It is also selected as an ECMA Ensemble - European Chamber Music Academy - allowing it to improve regularly across Europe with teachers such as Hatto Beyerle, Johannes Meissl, Patrick Jüdt,…

 

PROGRAM :

 

  • Brahms: 2st trio opus 87
  • Saint-Saëns: 1er trio opus 18

 

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VANESSA BENELLI MOSELL

 

Saturday August 22 - solo piano recital - Closing concert

 

Italian pianist Vanessa Benelli Mosell is today recognized as one of the most talented pianists in the world and is regarded as the rising star of orchestral conducting. Listening to his recording of Klavierstücke I-IV, Karlheinz Stockhausen invited him to come and work with him.

He called the artist, “Vanessa Benelli Mosell has the power to make my music appreciated by the public”. She has already recorded 5 discs with DECCA CLASSICS.

The most recent, released last year, is devoted to Ravel's work.
In this new season, Vanessa will make her debut with the Royal National Orchestra of Scotland (RSNO) in Maurice Ravel's Concerto in G, then, she will play notably with the London Philharmonic Orchestra at the Royal Festival Hall.
Vanessa performs regularly in the most prestigious concert halls in the world such as the Scala Theater in Milan, the Teatro Regio in Turin as part of the Mito Festival, the Muziekgebouw in Amsterdam, the Seoul Arts Center, the National Concert Dublin Hall with the RTE Orchestra, but also at the Beijing National Center for the Performing Arts, Kings place in London, Lincoln Center in New York, Tonhalle in Zurich, Berlin Philharmonic, National Auditorium in Madrid, Palace of Music of Barcelona, ​​among many others.
Vanessa has chamber music partners Renaud and Gautier Capuçon, Julian Rachlin, Vadim Repin, Massimo Quarta, Daishin Kashimoto, Radovan Vlatkovich, Henri Demarquette with whom she recorded the work for cello and piano by Philip Glass and Rachmaninoff at the Louis Vuitton Foundation in Paris, as well as Julien Martineau with whom she has just recorded the works for mandolin and piano by Beethoven (Naïve).

 

PROGRAM :

 

  • Beethoven: 1ages sonata opus 31
  • Medtner: Fairy Tales extracts: opus 20 n.1

Excerpts Forgotten Melodies: opus 38 n.6

  • Ravel: The Tomb of Couperin