Camille THEVENEAU violin / Florent LING piano recital @ Pôle d'Animation Culturelle
Feb 24 @ 16 h 00 min – 17 h 45 min

Duo con Fuoco was formed at the end of a multidisciplinary project.
Graduates of the National Conservatory of Music of Paris, Camille Théveneau and Florent Ling are guided by a common desire to launch a dialogue of the arts, embarking on a dual artistic adventure.  Musicians and narrators in search of the illusory, they aim to merge the imaginary and the sensual in perfect balance.  As artistic accomplices, they take their sonatas on a new journey of curiosity and delight.

Programme :

Liszt, Ballade n°2

– G. Fauré, Sicilienne

– J. Brahms, sonata for violin and piano op.78 n°1 in G Maj


– Camille Saint-Saens, Danse Macabre

– G. Fauré, Après un Rêve

– F. Poulenc,

sonata for violin and piano – extrait-

Camille Théveneau comes from a family of musicians who urged her to begin studying the violin at the age of 6.  In 2013, the joined CNSM Lyon to study with Marianne Piketty.  During her studies under the Erasmus Program in Germany, Camille trained under the violinist Marina Chiche.  This relationship was critical to the approach to her repertoire.
Returning to France, she joined CNSM in Paris to earn a master’s degree, where she continued her career studying with Alexis Galpérine.  She graduated in June 2018.
In parallel studies, Camille perfected her technique with eminent talents such as Ivry Gitlis, Michael Martin, Baiba Skribes, and Miriam Fried, to refine her musical research.
Camille has flourished in working with various chamber music ensembles which have given her the opportunity to share the stage with renowned musicians such as Renaud Capuçon, Didier Lockwood, Michel Lethiec, Christian Altenburger, Hartmut Rohde and Michel Dalberto.
Camille is a laureate of the International Awards CIM of Val d’Isère, Leopold Bellan, Flame, Arthur Grumiaux and Marie Cantagrill, among others.
Miss Théveneau sees music an an expression of wonder, and she surrounds herself with artists from diverse backgrounds in order to enrich herself with multiple experiences.  She contributes notably to the show “Kafka in the Cities” on the music of Phillippe Hersant  created in March 2018 at the Comédie de Caen.  She also collaborates regularly with young actors of the CNSAD, underwritten by the Music and Wine Foundation of Clos Vougeot, benefitting from an instrumental loan.
Camille was part of the “Mozart” promotion within the Jaroussky Academy for the year 2017-2018, with the advice of Geneviève Laurenceau.
As soon as she returns to Paris, she will have the opportunity to perform at the Bourdelle Museum, the Montmartre Museum, the Saint Marcel Temple and the Bernarnos Auditorium.
Camille will make her debut in Asia in duet with piano, touring China, Taiwan and Macau.


Florent Ling was born in Paris in 1994.  He discovered the piano while he was very young when he began studying with Professor Bin Wang.
At the age of 18, he decided to pursue a musical career, and joined the CRR of Paris, as well as the Ecole Normale de Musique Cortot where he had the chance to study with pianists Romain Dercharmes, Erik Berchot, and Bruno Rigutto.
During these years, he participated in many master classes, especially with Bruno Rigutto, but also with Xu Zhong and Giovanni Bellucci.  He also played in several festivals, including the Lisztomania and the Musicales de Préfailles Festivals.
He is currently studying at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique in Paris, under Hortense Cartier-Bresson and Fernando Rossano. He won his piploma with unanimous honors.
During the summer of 2017, Florent performed in Asia, presenting concerts in Taiwan, and performing and giving master classes at the Conservatorio de Macau.
In December of 2017, he won the First Prize at the Claude Bonneton International Piano Competition, as well as the Public Prize, the Best Modern Art Award, and the BestSupport Award.
Alongside his activities as a musician, Florent is also passionate about theater, and studies dramatic art at the Conservatoire du 9e arrondissement.

Students from the Pôle d’Enseignement Supérieur de la Musique de Bordeaux @ Pôle d'Animation Culturelle
Mar 17 @ 16 h 00 min – 17 h 30 min
Matias Tanneche :
-C. Debussy, Danseuses de Delphes, Canope, Tierces alternées, Bruyère, issu des préludes
-F. Liszt, Rakoczy March, issu des rapsodies Hongroises
-M. Ravel, Alborada del Gracioso, issu des miroirs
Mathilde Amorsi :
-Brahms, klavierstucke Op. 119
Intermezzo n°1
Intermezzo n°2
Intermezzo n°3
-Rachmanninov, prélude Op. 23 n°2 en Si bémol majeur.
Eva Lefebvre et Baptiste Guittet :
-Schumann, fantasiestucke Op 73 pour clarinette et piano.

After completing the conservatory of perpignan in the class of FM Rignol in 2013 at the age of 19, Matias Tanneche is received in the advanced course at the Conservatory of Saint-Maur des Fossés in the class of F. Rossano while being admitted in master-class with D. Pascal, professor at CNSM in Paris.
He is currently finishing his studies at the Pole of Higher Education of Music and Dance (PESMD) Bordeaux Aquitaine in the class of O. Chauzu parallel to his improvement in harmony in composition.

Mathilde Amorsi begins the piano at the age of 7 in a small village in the south of France near the pianiste Muriel Delli. At the age of 11 she entered the Montpellier Conservatory and studied with Sophie Grattard, thanks to whom Mathilde obtained her graduation diploma at the Piano Conservatory at the age of 17. The same year she is admitted to CNSMD Lyon … may be a little too early!
She will study piano for one year with Alain Planes and Svetlana Eganian. Currently Mathilde Amorsi continues her musical training in the PESMD in the class of Hervé N’kaoua.

Baptiste Guittet began playing the piano at the age of 7, but it was only later, at 16, that he joined the Conservatoire de Vannes in Fabrice Bourlet’s class, where he brilliantly obtained his DEM in 2015. He is now studying at PESMD in Hervé N’Kaoua’s class.
Curious, he is also passionate about the baroque repertoire and studies notably the harpsichord at the Bordeaux conservatory with Aurélien Delage and Kevin Manent where he gets his DEM in June 2018.

Eva Lefebvre trained at CRR Rennes and Paris where she obtained her DEM clarinet and bass clarinet. She wins among others the First Prize of the International Academy of Music of Flaine in 2016.
She is currently studying at PESMD.

Christine STEVENSON piano recital @ Pôle d'Animation Culturelle
Apr 7 @ 17 h 00 min – 19 h 00 min

Beethoven – Bagatelle Op 126 No 3 in E flat major

32 Variations on a Theme in C Minor WoO 80

Schumann – Romance in F sharp Major Op 28   No 2

Liszt – from the three books of Années de pèlerinage:

From Première année: Suisse

Au Lac du Wallenstadt

From Deuxième année: Italie

Il Penseroso,

From Troisième année

Les jeux d’eaux a la Villa d’Este

From Harmonies poétiques et religieuses



Chopin – The Four Scherzi

Scherzo No 1 in B Minor, Op 20

Scherzo No 2 in B flat Minor, Op 31

Scherzo No 3 in C sharp Minor, Op 39

Scherzo No 4 in E Major, Op 54

Christine Stevenson enjoys a distinguished career as a piano recitalist and concerto soloist throughout the UK and abroad. Her concerts continually draw critical acclaim for her virtuosity, musicianship, and the engaging rapport she establishes with audiences of all ages. She is a Director/Tutor at the annual Summer School for Pianists at Stowe [visit for details] and is on the staff of the Junior Department of the Royal College of Music in London. She writes about piano music at

Her concerts this season explore the world of Preludes, featuring works by composers such as Chopin, Rachmaninoff, Kapustin, Franck, Debussy and Shostakovich, and her current blogpost series is on the subject of  The Ubiquitous Prelude. Chamber music this year includes a piano trio by Clara Schumann in a presentation with LSO animateur Rachel Leach, as well as a performance of excerpts from Robert Schumann’s rarely heard  Six Etudes en forme de canon, transcribed for two pianos by Debussy.

Christine’s solo concert programmes last season in the UK and in France had a Russian flavour, and featured works by Scriabin, Tchaikowsky, Rachmaninoff, and Moussorgsky. She also performed works for piano duo and piano duet in a concert entitled Twenty Digits, which included Rachmaninoff’s Suite Op 17 for two pianos, as well as music by Bach, Schubert and Dvorak. She performed music for left hand alone by Scriabin, Saint-Saens, and Chopin/Zichy, and her blogposts were on the theme of ‘Pictures at an Exhibition‘.

In 2015 her repertoire included works by Beethoven, Schubert, Brahms, Debussy and Liszt, along with music by John Adams, Peter Sculthorpe and Richard Nye, and she took part in a performance of a new cantata, Panathenaia, at the British Museum.

In 2014 her recitals were based around the Nocturne genre, featuring examples by Chopin, Grieg and Liszt, and her blogposts explored music with nocturnal associations.

Her concerts in 2013 included music related to the bicentenaries of Alkan, Verdi and Wagner, and her blogposts were entitled ‘Death in Venice’ . She made recordings of classics with the Carducci Quartet for Boosey & Hawkes, played with The Chamber Orchestra of London on the recording of Thomas Hewitt Jones’ ‘Incarnation’ for Regent Records, and performed and gave masterclasses at the Summer School for Pianists at its new home in the West Midlands.

In 2012 Christine performed piano repertoire by Debussy, particularly with reference to his links to Chopin and Liszt; Christine wrote a series of posts covering an A-Z of Debussy’s music, sub-titled “The French Connection”.

It being the year of the London Olympics, she also played in the World Premiere performance and recording of The Same Flame, a work for mixed voices and piano by Matt Harvey and Thomas Hewitt Jones, and was the pianist on three of the Olympic Mascots animated film soundtracks. She gave first performances in London of repertoire by Terry Mann and Helen Grime.

2011 being the bicentenary of Liszt’s birth, projects then included concerts in the UK and in Australia featuring works from the three volumes of ‘Années de Pèlerinage’. A  Liszt birthday concert was given at Hatchlands on an historic 1845 Erard piano, signed by Liszt’s great rival, Thalberg. Christine’s recording of ‘Années de Pèlerinage – II – Italie’  was released on CD and iTunes, and received excellent reviews.


The 2010 season’s projects celebrated the music of Chopin, particularly works written during his ‘Winter in Majorca’, from November to February 1838-1839; concerts in festivals in Kent, Suffolk and Cumbria, and participation in a performance of Satie’s ‘Vexations’ as part of the London Sinfonietta’s ‘Experiment!’ Festival at King’s Place, London. A tour in Australia in June 2009 included recitals at the Woodend Winter Arts Festival, recorded for broadcast by the ABC, as well as masterclasses in Melbourne and Geelong. A well received recording of music by award-winning British composer Thomas Hewitt Jones was released on CD and online.

Winner of the prestigious Dom Polski Chopin Competition, Christine’s wide experience includes the premiere CD recording ofCharles-Valentin AlkanAlkan’s Rondo Brillant with members of the London Mozart Players, live and recorded broadcasts for the ABC and BBC, a period as Musician in Residence at the Chisholm Institute, performances in a film featuring chamber music of Margaret Sutherland and Helen Gifford, and an Arts Council tour of northern Australia in collaboration with selected actors, a visual artist and a dancer in multi-arts presentations.

An inspiring communicator, Christine has been invited to give masterclasses at Morley College, the City Lit Institute, Jackdaws Music Education Trust, the Hindhead Music Centre, for the Victorian Music Teachers’ Association in Australia and for the London Piano Circle. She has taught advanced pianists at Lancaster University, as well as pupils of all ages in schools in Cumbria, London and Suffolk, with many former pupils now active in the music profession. She is an examiner for the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music.

Born in Melbourne, Christine graduated from the Victorian College of the Arts with distinction, being twice awarded the Gaitskell prize for the most outstanding student. She studied with pupils of Cortot, of Nadia Boulanger and of Michelangeli, and with the celebrated English pianist, Ronald Smith, also participating in masterclasses given by Sergei Dorensky, Aldo Ciccolini and Vlado Perlemuter.

Aurélie LIGEROT soprano / Simon ADDA-FREYSS piano recital @ Pôle d'Animation Culturelle
May 5 @ 17 h 00 min – 18 h 30 min

Program :



Critically acclaimed for The King of Hearts in Saint Etienne Opera, Aurélie Ligerot is distinguished by “A flexible phrasing, a luminous timbre, clear highs, and a dramatic sense and perfect gestures” (, March 2016 ). She performs in the major French houses such as the Théâtre du Capitole in Toulouse, The Opéra National de Bordeaux, the Opera companies of Avignon, Marseille and Toulon where she sings the tribute of honor in Macbeth and the high priestess in Verdi’s Aida, Anna Kennedy in Donizetti’s Maria Stuarda, Andreloun in Gounod’s Mireille, and Bianca in The Jano Rondine in Janaček’s Jenufa. Parallel to her studies at the Conservatoire de Bordeaux, the operatic company Opera Bastide has offered her principal roles, including Pamina in Die Zauberflöte, Fiordiligi in Mozart’s Cosi Fan Tutte, and Michaela in Carmen. Abroad, she sings Donizetti’s Love in Sarzana (Italy) and Violetta in Verdi’s La Traviata at the Hamburger Kammeroper (Germany), and recently Leïla in Bizet’s The Pearl Fishers at Opera Romana Craiova (Romania).


Her repertoire of sacred music includes Bach’s 140 and 150 cantatas, Zelenka’s Missa Votiva, Mendelssohn’s Symphony 2 “Lobgesang”, Rossini’s Small Mass, Carmina Burana by C. Orff and Poulenc’s Gloria. She has regularly performed with Antoine Chenuet, director of the program The Night Romance, and with the pianist François Henry in a work based on Théophile Gautier: Théophile Gautier, Muse of the Composers or One Does Not Trifle with the Melody, a program based on de Musset’s work with Jacques-François Loiseleur des Longchamps and Stéphanie Humeau. Her solo recital Désire[s] provides the beautiful part of the verist repertoire. This season, she takes on the role of Violeta in Traviata with the company Figaro Si Figaro Là. This recital will be on May 25 in a musical conference by Brigitte Durup on Verdi with tenor Olivier Trommenschlager.



Born in 1978, he began playing the piano at the age of 8. Admitted to the National Conservatory of Paris (CNR) in 1991, he entered the piano class of Pierre Réach and Marie-Louise Langlais organ. He works in parallel with Laurence Allix, renowned pedagogue. In 1993, he won the Ermend-Bonnal Prize of the first André Marchal International Organ Competition in Biarritz. In 1994 he attended the National Conservatory of Music (CNSM) in Paris, studying piano with Jean-François Heisser, and chamber music with Christian Ivaldi, and winning first prize in piano. He then took master classes with Rena Shereshevskaya in Colmar, while continuing his studies at the CNSM in Paris.

Simon Adda-Reyss has the privilege of receiving frequent advice from the master Olivier Messiaen. Both on the organ, on the piano and as a soloist or orator, he regularly performs in Paris (theater Châtelet, auditorium of the Musée d’Orsay, home of Radio France, etc), in the provinces, and abroad; notably in Moscow where he played in the grand hall of the Tchaikovsky Conservatory under the direction of Yuri Bashmet, and then in Japan, where he will perform again this year in Tokyo as part of the Ginza Chanel Chamber Music Festival. He was the accompanist of the singer Jane Rhodes. Recently, he played in the story of Babar F. Poulenc with actress Marie-Anne Chazel. Simon Adda-Reyss improvised the music of the modern series of drawings, broadcast on Canal + in 2000/2001. That same year, he was also chosen as piano accompanist by actor François Morel.

Always passionate about teaching and the transmission of knowledge, Simon Adda-Reyss holds the C.A., obtained under the supervision of the higher education of the National Conservatory of Music of Paris. In 2008, he was appointed Assistant Professor at the same school.

Simon Adda-Reyss also performs in partnership with the violinists Julien Dieudegard, Akiko Yamada and Nemanja Radulovic, the cellist Atsushi Sakai, and the singer Simon Edwards.