Masha Mosconi

2018 Edition Subscriber Award Winners
Stéphanie MORALY, violin
Romain DAVID, piano
"To the class of Master Fauré
- Posthumous Sonata by RAVEL
- AUBERT's Sonata
- FAURÉ's 1st sonata
Stéphanie Moraly and Romain David have been playing together for over ten years. Passionate about the sonata, they give numerous recitals and ardently defend French music of yesterday and today. Both Premier Prix of the Paris Conservatory and winners of international competitions, their concerts bring together lovers of the French sonata. In August 2018, they won the Subscribers' Prize of the Villers s/mer Chamber Music Festival for their recital dedicated to Fauré, Koechlin and Debussy. At the same time, Stéphanie and Romain are respectively 1st violin and pianist of the Syntonia Quintet, the only piano quintet formed in France. Syntonia's recordings, both on disc and on the radio, are now considered as references (Franck, Schumann, Greif, Dvorak, Suk...).

Felix Broede

Ye-Eun Choi, Korean violinist
Dmitry SHISHKIN, Russian pianist
Ye-Eun Choi is distinguished by a unique sound; a rich and warm tone with a very sensitive sound and dynamic enthusiasm.
A rare combination to find. Ye-Eun Choi is unique - as a soloist and chamber musician.
His colorful and expressive playing, his lyricism and his impressive virtuosity are celebrated by the international press.
Dmitry Shishkin is a Russian pianist and composer.
He won the 1st prize at the 73rd Geneva Competition in November 2018 playing with the Orchestre de la Suisse Romande.
He has been acclaimed by the international press for his creative approach to music, his uniqueness and his brilliant piano skills:
"Excellence, as well as playfulness, are present in Shishkin's playing."

Duo Bizart

Duo b!z'art, 4 hands at the piano
André ROE
"Greetings from Russia" 
- In the Steppes of Central Asia by BORODIN
- The Nutcracker by TCHAIKOVSKY
- 3 easy pieces for piano 4 hands by STRAVINSKY
- Suite opus 11 by RACHMANINOV
Playing piano with 4 hands, we use 20 fingers of 2 musicians sharing the 88 keys of a piano. It is a very special performance, where the hands intermingle on the keyboard with virtuosity. This ensemble provides a very unique repertoire. Sometimes the instrument can be intimate, like salon music, sometimes symphonic imitating the orchestra. Moreover, we find ourselves facing the piano, communicating together, inviting the audience to share this privileged moment. Sincerity, energy and love of music are at the center of our ongoing research.
Geoffrey Baptiste is, since 2006, the official pianist and celesta of the Roayl Philharmonic Orchestra of Liege, where he has given more than 100 concerts. He also collaborates with the Orchestre Philharmonique du Luxembourg and the Philharmonie Zuidnederland. In January 2010, he played the Fantasy on Polish tunes by F. Chopin, accompanied by the Philharmonic Orchestra of Liege under the direction of François-Xavier Roth.
Of Belgian and British origin, André Roé is a graduate of the Royal Conservatories of Liège and Brussels (class of E. Moguilevsky), of the Koninklijk Conservatorium Brussel and of the Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris "Alfred Cortot" (class of S. Markarov). He has won numerous competitions for young talents in Belgium, France and Italy and in 2006 he was awarded the Pelemans Prize by the Union of Belgian Composers for his significant contribution to the diffusion of the national repertoire.


MNM Trio, 6 hands on piano
Myriam AYARI
Matthieu NORMAND
United by the desire to explore the piano in a new light, Myriam Ayari, Nicolas Collinet and Matthieu Normand founded the 6-hand piano trio "MNM" in 2012. Played entirely with 6 hands on a piano and supported by a smiling staging, their concerts-spectacles exploit both a little-known repertoire of pieces composed for this very rare formation, but also a range of transcriptions, sometimes arranged by the trio. With the desire to reinvent the piano as a "pocket orchestra", their choices are based on symphonic music, but also on opera. MNM Trio also proposes rare pieces of the contemporary repertoire and willingly allows itself an escapade towards Jazz or Tango. Winner of the Horlait-Dapsens prize and of the octave of music 2018, the ensemble performs regularly in Belgium (Festival de la ville de Bruxelles, Festival de Wallonie, Marni Theater, Flagey Hall, Festival Propulse, Festival Musiq'3 ...) and abroad (France, Germany, Thailand, Saudi Arabia, Congo, Gabon ...).

Trio violin, cello and piano
Armenian Trio of BABADJANYAN
Trio number 2 by SHOSTAKOVICH
Hrachya Avanesyan is considered one of the most inspired artists of his generation. In April 2006, while still a teenager, he won the first prize at the Yehudi Menuhin Competition. In 2008, his talent was recognized once again in the music world when he won the prestigious Carl Nielsen Competition in Denmark. Born in Armenia in 1986, Hrachya Avanesyan moved to Belgium with his family at the age of 16; he is now well established there. From 2003 to 2008, he studied at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels in the class of Igor Oistrakh, the son and student of the legendary David Oistrakh. In September 2006, he studied at the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel with Augustin Dumay.
Qualifications that force respect accompany the musical journey of Sevak Avanesyan He is "a musician of extraordinary virtuosity, with a remarkable range of sonic abilities" (Bernard Greenhouse); "undoubtedly one of the most gifted musicians of his generation" (Janos Starker). Armenian cellist Sevak Avanesyan has served as principal cellist of the Orchestre National de Belgique, and is a regular member of the jury of the Ysaye, Triumph of Art and AGBU music competitions.
Born in Paris in 1987, it is in Brussels that Lily Maisky grew up in Brussels. She started playing piano at the age of four with Lyl Tiempo and continued her studies with Hagit Kerbel, Ilana Davids and Alan Weiss. Lily continued her studies at the Purcell School of Music from 2001 to 2005 where she also studied jazz. She has enriched her career by attending master classes with renowned artists such as Martha Argerich, Dmitri Bashkirov, Joseph Kalichstein, Evgeny Mogilevsky, Pavel Gililov and Vitali Margulis to name a few.

Solo Pianist from South Korea
Junhee KIM in recital
South Korean pianist born in 1990, Junhee Kim began playing the piano at the age of 5. Winner of many national competitions, the young prodigy began to perform in public at the age of 14 with the Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra. It is the Long-Thibaud International Competition in 2007 where he won the 2nd grand prize and the 3 special prizes at the age of 17 that propelled him on the international scene. "With his remarkable ability to concentrate, this 17 year old already possesses the level of a great professional", said Aldo Ciccolini, president of the jury. Junhee Kim has received numerous awards in recent years including 1st prize in the Vladimir Horowitz International Competition (Kiev 2017) , 1st prize in the Massarosa International Piano Competition (Italy, 2013) and 1st prize in the Young Concert Artists European Auditions (Leipzig 2015).

2 concerts by the Ciné-Trio in the cinema hall
With a presentation by Claude LELOUCH
6pm : Cartoon music, animated feature films
9pm : Around the world in film music...
The CINÉ-TRIO is first and foremost the fruit of a friendship between three musicians who graduated the same year from the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris: Philippe Barbey-Lallia, Cyril Baleton and Timothée Oudinot. Their common passion for film music led them to create this ensemble while they were still students. Since then, the CINÉ-TRIO's repertoire includes nearly 350 unpublished arrangements of some of the most famous themes composed for the cinema, ranging from films of the 1930s to the present day.


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