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CONCERTS D'ÉTÉ - AU MILIEU DES VIGNES

CONCERTS D'ÉTÉ - AU MILIEU DES VIGNES

Concerts organisés par le Château du Pas du Cerf, domaine viticole à La Londe les Maures, en partenariat avec les associations Les Géorgiques et Le foyer, tous les mercredis entre le 7 juillet et le 25 août 2021. Les concerts se déroulent en extérieur dans la cour pavée du château. Accueil du public : 19h30 Début des concerts : 20h30 Toutes les informations relatives aux dates et aux programmes se trouvent sur les affiches jointes dans l'annonce. Sur réservation uniquement : 04 94 00 81 04
23/06/2021
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07/07/2021
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Château Pas du Cerf - 83250 La Londe les Maures
Concerts organisés par le Château du Pas du Cerf, domaine viticole à La Londe les Maures, en partenariat avec les associations Les Géorgiques et Le foyer, tous les mercredis entre le 7 juillet et le 25 août 2021. Les concerts se déroulent en extérieur dans la cour pavée du château. Accueil du public : 19h30 Début des concerts : 20h30. Toutes les informations relatives aux dates et aux programmes se trouvent sur les affiches jointes dans l'annonce. Sur réservation uniquement : 04 94 00 81 04
Concert - Miltiadis Cassaras, violoncello & Stanislava Pocevska, piano

Concert - Miltiadis Cassaras, violoncello & Stanislava Pocevska, piano

Miltiadis Cassaras took his first music lessons alongside his father. From his teenage has appeared in greek television, performed as a solist in recitals and live concerts in cities throughout Greece. He was chosen, after a competition to represent Greece to the Mediterranean Youth Orchestra. He was the first Greek cellist that was chosen receiving the highest grade, in the first 10 years of the competiotion. He represented Greece in the (ECUME), in the frame of “Thessaloniki Cultural Capital of Europe” series of events in 1997 performing as a soloist with the Orchestra of the State Conservatory of Thessaloniki. At the same period, he obtains his diploma with the grade ‘A+ unanimously’ from the State Conservatoire of Thessaloniki. During his academic studies in Germany he was awarded the 1st Prize in the Cello Competition ‘TECHNI’ (the ‘Art’), the 1st Prize in the ‘Young Soloists’ Competition in the city of Volos and again the 1st Prize in the Competition for Young Soloists of the State Orchestra of Athens. After winning competitions he was awarded scholarships from the I.K.Y. (State Foundation of Scholarships), from Megaron of Music of Athens and Megaron of Music of Thessaloniki. As a soloist he has performed with the State Orchestra of Athens, State Orchestra of Thessaloniki, Orchestra Carish in Milan,Municipal Orchestra of Athens, Municipal Orchestra of Thessaloniki, Municipal Orchestra of Larissa, Municipal Orchestra of Volos, Cello Sound Bremen, Orchestra Academia Bremen and others. He has given concerts in Germany, France, Italy, Albania, Kosovo, F.Y.R.o.M., Morocco, Tunisia and other countries. He has participated and recorded for the Greek and German radio. He was student of universally acknowledged and famous professors such as: N. Gutmann, X. Jankovic, A. Baillie, G. Teulieres, C. Ilea, E.Papastavro, T. Wick and others. Miltiades Cassaras masters a very wide repertoire that expend from the early baroque era to nowadays, covering all the length of cello repertoire. In the Greek audience he has first performed works of Piatti, Cassado, Chatshaturjan,Britten,Ginastera,Servais, Rossini,Mainardi,Kodaly and many other composers. He collaborate with renowned musicians such B.Giraud,D.Hann,S.Badivuku,B.Fidetzis and many others.
03/06/2022
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11/06/2022
Violoncello, piano
Daut Pasha Hamam
Alexander Glazunov, Franz Shubert, Noccolo Paganini, P.Tschaikovsky, M.Glinka, Gioacchino Rossini, David Popper
CORAZÓN : The music of Latin America - John Henry Crawford

CORAZÓN : The music of Latin America - John Henry Crawford

THRILLED to share with you that my new album CORAZÓN is now available for Pre-order! https://orchid-music.lnk.to/Corazon This album spans over 140 years of romantic Latin American music by composers from Argentina, Brazil, Cuba and Mexico. My goal with this program was to take the listener on a musical tour through Latin America, and as the title suggests, showcase the heart (corazón) and culture of each of the composers represented (Ponce, Piazzolla, & Villa-Lobos to name a few). I am joined on this disc by two wonderful friends and musicians, pianist Victor Asuncion and guitarist JIJI. The album was produced by GRAMMY® winning producer Adam Abeshouse and will be released June 17th through Orchid Classics. Thank you so much for your support and I would be so incredibly grateful if you downloaded/ordered a copy! Corazón=heart
03/06/2022
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De Ravel à Piazzola

De Ravel à Piazzola

10th June, 8PM Auditorium Viroflay (France) Piano 4 Hands, Duet Romano/Markov First execution : Vella (Philippe Raynaud)
02/06/2021
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10/06/2021
Piano, 4 hands
Conservatory, Concert hall. Viroflay Zipcode: 78686. France
Ravel, Piazzola, Philippe Raynaud
Collection d'Arias d'amour et de tristesse

Collection d'Arias d'amour et de tristesse

Arias de différents compositeurs : Samuel Gurwitsch, Contrebasse Gary Karr, Contrebasse Misha Dacic, Piano
12/05/2021
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15/05/2021
Arias de différents compositeurs
Sinadin

Sinadin

Sinadin (Dejan Sinadinović) is a Yugoslav pianist and a music pedagogue. He is a full professor of piano at the Faculty of Music of the University of Arts in Belgrade, Serbia. He completed graduate studies in piano performance at the Faculty of Music (Belgrade, Sebia) under the tutorship of Arbo Valdma (a former student of Bruno Lukk who studied piano with Arthur Schnabel and Paul Hindemith). He also pursued postgraduate studies at the Moscow State Conservatory P. I. Tchaikovsky with a supervisor Eliso Virsaladze (a former student of Yakov Zak and Heinrich Neuhaus). He took part in numerous chamber music performances and during last ten years gave more than one hundred solo piano recitals throughout Europe in notable music venues (Italy, France, Spain, Poland, Germany, Belgium, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Montenegro, Greece, Northern Cyprus, Denmark, Russia, Romania). Most recently, he performed with Synergia6 ensemble in Croatia (Dubrovnik Summer Festival, Osor Musical Evenings and International Music Festival in Zadar). He has collaborated with various orchestras accross the world working with conductors such as Mladen Jagušt, Vassily Sinaisky, Vladimir Kiradjiev, Rolf Beck, Jean-Francois Antonioli and others. Among others, he performed with W. Lutosławski Philharmonic (Wrocław, Poland), Rzesow Philharmonic (Poland), Transylvania State Philharmonic Orchestra (Romania), Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra (Serbia), The Symphony Orchestra of the Serbian Broadcasting Corporation (Serbia), Artistic ensemble of the Ministry of Defence “Stanislav Binički” (Serbia), Orchestra Sinfonica di Roma (Rome). He joined forces with many distinguished chamber ensembles such as Synergia6 (international), Artis Quartet (Vienna), Minetti Quartet (Vienna), Meridies String Quartet (Italy) and Camerata Serbica (Belgrade).. As a great enthusiast for chamber music he affiliated with a number of exceptional musicians including sopranos Katarina Jovanović (Serbia) and Aneta Ilić (Serbia), violinists Nemanja Radulović (France), Tijana Milošević (Serbia), Oleksandr Semchuk (Italy), clarinetist Milan Milošević (Canada), cellists Sadra Belić (Serbia) and Niklas Eppinger (Germany) and bassoonist Žarko Perišić (Austria/Croatia). He was an artistic director and a conductor of The New Moment Ensemble which hosted some of the most prominent instrumentalists from the Balkans. With this orchestra he participated in the production of Michael Nyman’s opera The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat, both as a pianist and a conductor. It took place in the festival “Ideas- Campus” in 2002 (Piran, Slovenia) under composer’s supervision. Later that year, The New Moment Ensemble performed this opera at one of the most prestigious international festivals of theatre and performing arts in the South East Europe, the BITEF festival in Belgrade. Appart from the teaching position at the Faculty of Music, University of Art in Belgrade, Deyan Sinadinovich was appointed a Vice Dean of the faculty (2002–2006). He was chair of the Department of Music at the Academy of Fine Arts in Belgrade (1998–2006) where he also taught piano performance. He gave lectures and master classes in Kotor (Montenegro), Subotica (Serbia), Belgrade (Serbia), Girona (Spain), St. Petersburg – Rimski Korsakov Conservatory (Russia), Ateneo Basilicata (Italy), London (England). He is currently the president of European Piano Teachers Association in Serbia. He published three CD’s with his live recordings for the Spanish label KNS Classical performing the works of Franz Liszt, Robert Schumann, César Franck, Alexander Scriabin. In 2021 he published another eight CDs for Parisian Anima-Records. Deyan Sinadinovich stood behind several music festivals and series of concerts such as Piano Chamber Festival in 2005 (Belgrade), Emil Hayek Festival (Belgrade) and The Spring Piano Feast (Belgrade). Owing to that, he established a reputation of an adept programme director. (May 2021)
18/05/2021
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26/06/2021
Concert Pianist
Piano Recital, Masao Kitsutaka

Piano Recital, Masao Kitsutaka

Beethoven Sonate opus 26, Beethoven Variations Eroica, Schumann opus 12, Liszt Fantaisie et Fugue sur le nom de B.A.C.H.
04/05/2021
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16/07/2021
Piano
Tokyo (JAPAN)
Bach: Complete Clavier Bien tempéré Book I and II by Jérôme Granjon

Bach: Complete Clavier Bien tempéré Book I and II by Jérôme Granjon

Jérome Granjon, Piano Jérôme Granjon chemine avec cette oeuvre depuis de nombreuses années. Il est fasciné par la capacité de Bach à se renouveler dans ces 48 préludes et fugues à travers une profusion d'influences issues de différentes traditions, fusionnées avec le style et les formes de sontemps. Il est également émerveillé par la manière dont Bach, entre le 1er et le 2e livre, crée une poétique des tonalités puis la renouvelle complètement (et l'on sait l'influence qu'aura ce double "voyage" sur les générations futures de compositeurs). Dans le cadre de sa démarche de compréhension du dialogue contrapuntique, il découvre le domaine encore mal connu de la rhétorique musicale, qui transforme profondément sa compréhension du discours musical. Malgré son attirance pour les interprétations sur clavicorde, clavecin, orgue et pianoforte - qu'il pratique lui-même - il reste persuadé que le piano moderne, instrument polyvalent, possède des qualités de souplesse sonore et une capacité de registration essentiels à cette musique s'il est subtilement utilisé. C'est fort de toute cette recherche qu'il décide de passer à l'enregistrement. Pour le 1er livre, enregistré dans un deuxième temps, il découvre et choisit l'Opus 102 de Stephen Paulello, instrument unique dont la richesse harmonique - qui évoque le miroitement du clavecin - la longueur de son et la transparence des registres due à ses cordes parallèles lui paraissent se mettre idéalement au service de l'oeuvre. C’est aussi l’occasion de redécouvrir l'un des jalons essentiels du répertoire pour clavier dans une perspective sonore nouvelle.
04/05/2021
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04/06/2021
Book I and II : 48 Preludes and Fugues
TRIO-HIGHLIGHTS: VINCENZO & FRANCESCO MARIOZZI Klarinette & Violoncello - BERTRAND GIRAUD Klavier

TRIO-HIGHLIGHTS: VINCENZO & FRANCESCO MARIOZZI Klarinette & Violoncello - BERTRAND GIRAUD Klavier

Beethoven Trio op. 11 („Gassenhauer-Trio“) Brahms Trio op. 114 Rota Trio
25/04/2021
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27/06/2021
Trio
Stadtsaal St. Pölten, Völklplatz
20
Beethoven, Brahms, Rota
25ème Concours International de Musique Jean Françaix

25ème Concours International de Musique Jean Françaix

Samedi 14 mai, 20h30 AUDITORIUM DE L'ODE, 902170 Vanves (France) RECITAL - Mozart, Beethoven, Poulenc Réservation: 01 41 33 93 70 Markus Daunert et Bertrand Giraud http://opus74-flaine.com/markus-daunert-piano/ https://www.bertrandgiraud.net/
19/04/2022
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14/05/2022
Piano, Violon
17-21 rue Solférino Vanves
Mozart, Beethoven, Poulenc