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David Kadouch

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Born in 1985, David Kadouch started playing the piano at the Nice Conservatory with Odile Poisson. At the age of fourteen, he was received unanimously into Jacques Rouvier's class at the National Conservatory of Music in Paris. After a First Prize obtained with the first grade, he joined the class of Dmitri Bashkirov at the Reina Sofia school in Madrid, where he continued his training. He also improved his skills with Murray Perahia, Maurizio Pollini, Maria-Joao Pires, Daniel Barenboim, Vitaly Margulis, Itzhak Perlman, Elisso Virsaladze and Emanuel Krasovsly. At thirteen, noticed by ltzhak Perlman, he played under his direction at the Metropolitan Hall in New York. At fourteen he performed at the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow, then in 2008 at Carnegie Hall in New York, with Itzhak Perlman in Robert Schumann's quintet. Finalist of the “Beethoven Bonn Competition” in 2005, he was a guest of the academies of Salzburg and Verbier (honorary prize in 2009), then finalist of the “Leeds International Piano Competition” in 2009.

Since 2007, he has been a winner of ADAMI and the Banque Populaire-Natexis foundation.

David Kadouch is invited by major festivals and series such as the Lucerne contemporary music festival under the direction of Pierre Boulez, the Klavier-Festival Ruhr, Gstaad, Montreux, Verbier, Santander, Jerusalem, the Easter festivals of Deauville and Aix-en -Provence, Annecy, Colmar, la Roque d'Anthéron, La Grange de Meslay, Montpellier, Nohant, Saint-Denis, Piano aux Jacobins in Toulouse and in China, the Tonhalle in Zurich and the Louvre auditorium in Paris . His chamber music partners are Renaud and Gautier Capuçon, Nikolaj Znaider, Antoine Tamestit, Frans Helmerson, Sol Gabetta, Patricia Kopatchinskaja, Michel Dalberto and the quartets Ebène, Modigliani, Quiroga and Ardeo.

In 2011 David Kadouch made his recital debut in New York and has performed with the Tonhalle orchestra in Zurich and David Zinman (Beethoven n ° 5), the Monte Carlo philharmonic orchestra and Franz Brüggen, the national orchestra de Lille and the Gulbenkian Foundation orchestra with Jean-Claude Casadesus, the Strasbourg orchestra and Marc Albrecht, the Halle Orchestra and Robin Ticciati, the Israel Philharmonic, the Hong-Kong Sinfonietta, the orchestras in Frankfort, Moscow, Paris, Bordeaux.

Among the highlights of next season, he performs with orchestras in Paris, Toulouse, Madrid with Bamberg Symphony, Cannes, Taipei. He also gives recitals at the Gilmore Festival, at the Ravinia Festival, in Washington, Miami, chamber music in Paris (Invalides and Bouffes du Nord), at the Easter festival in Aix-en-Provence, as well as in Moscow and Tokyo with Renaud Capuçon.

 David Kadouch recorded Ludwig van Beethoven's concerto No. 5 “The Emperor” during a concert at the Cologne Philharmonic (Naxos), the complete preludes of Dmitri Shostakovich (TransartLive), a Schumann record with the Concert without orchestra and the quintet opus 44 with the quartet Ardeo (Decca / Universal) and a disc of Russian music with Modeste Moussorgski Tables of'an exhibition, Nikolai Medtner sonata and Sergei Taneev prelude and fugue (Mirare). Just published by Mirare a disc Johann Sebastian Bach, Leos Janacek, Robert Schumann, Béla Bartok.

Daniel Barenboïm chooses him to participate in the recording of the DVD “Barenboïm on Beethoven” at the Chicago Symphony Center and for the program “Thé ou Café” that France 2 dedicates to him. He invites him to replace Murray Perahia in Jerusalem, and most recently to replace Lang Lang in Ramallah, Palestine. Arte followed him on this occasion for the show “Maestro”.

David Kadouch is “Young Talent Revelation” at the 2010 Victoires de la musique and “Young Artist of the Year” at the 2011 Classical Music Awards.

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