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From April 20 to May 4 - Salle Elie de Brignac

The Easter festival allows each spring a hundred young instrumentalists to meet with friends to approach within the most diverse ensembles the whole repertoire of chamber music, from trio to orchestra and baroque music to large pages of modern music.

Each spring since 1997, the Easter festival welcomes a hundred young soloists among the most promising of their generation. Founders and first presenters of the festival, now famous, Renaud Capuçon, Nicholas Angelich and Bertrand Chamayou are always very present with their young colleagues to carry out with them ambitious programs necessary for their artistic development.
As is the tradition at the festival, most of these young musicians are found in L'Atelier de musique, an exceptional orchestra of virtuosity to accompany the great soloists present - Renaud Capuçon and Bertrand Chamayou this year - in concert works majors of the XNUMXth century.

For this 23rd edition, the voices will be in the spotlight with eleven young singers of the new generation such as Adèle Charvet, Ambroisine Bré, Marie Perbost, Stuart Jackson and Ewin Fardini.
The festival will end with one of the peaks in the history of music, the Passion according to Saint John of Bach, a real sacred opera where the voices and solo instruments compete in emotion and musical sumptuousness.
As every year, the microphones of France Musique and the cameras of France 3 / CultureBox will broadcast live and deferred the most precious moments of the festival, to find later on Music.Aquarelle, free site of the archives of all our festivals.

Opening of the ticket office: Monday 25 February.

The musicians