Mark DROBINSKY cello and Marie-Martine BOLLMANN piano recital @ Pôle d'Animation Culturelle
Jan 12 @ 16 h 00 min – 17 h 30 min

 Suite n° 1 en sol majeur de JS.BACH,violoncelle solo

Sonate en la majeur “Arpegione” de f.SCHUBERT


 1ère Arabesque et l’Isle Joyeuse de C.Debussy,solo piano

Suite espagnole de Manuel de  Falla

Introduction et Polonaise opus 3 de F.Chopin

Mark Drobinsky was born in Baku, Russia, and studied with Mstislav Rostropovich at the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow. He received first prize at the Munich International Competition. He taught at the Gnessine Institute and left the USSR in 1974 to go to Israel before moving permanently to Paris.

Mark Drobinsky has been invited to the most prestigious festivals. Critics have hailed him as one of the masters of the cello. Although he has a strong influence on the classical repertoire, he is also passionate about the discovery of new works and is an ardent defender of 20th century music: H. Sauguet, H. Dutilleux, A. Schnittke, D. Milhaud, J. Dorfman. F. Kaufman, A. Rabinovitch, G. Zanon.

He has played with many famous musicians: Martha Argerich, Misha Majsky, Lilya Zilberstein, Patrice Fontanarosa, Dora Swarzberg, Bruno Giuranna, Alain Meunier, Renaud Capucon and conductors like Valery Gergiev, Mstislav Rostropovitch, Saulius Sondetskiss, Eduardo Moss, Dutoit, Alexandre Rabinovich, Dmitri Liss, Arjan Tien, Arnold Katz, Salvator Brotons, Maxime Schostakovitch, Marie-Martine Bollmann, etc. Since 2000, he has participated annually in the Martha Argerich Festival in Lugano (Switzerland) and performed at the Teatro Colon. in Buenos Aires in 2003. In 2009, he participated in the LUGANO-PARIS festival at La Salle Pleyel. In 2010, he performed at the “Mozarteum” festival in Salzburg, La Roque d’Antheron, the Pietrasanta festival, as well as the Savoy and Mediterranean Festivals.
He has given master classes in South Korea, Monaco, Sau Paulo, Mexico City, Buenos Aires, Japan, Bahamas, Johannesburg, Geneva, Siena, Portogruaro (Italy), etc.

After studying music at the Conservatoire National de Région de Musique de Bordeaux, Marie-Martine Bollmann obtained a concert degree at the Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris in 1982 in Serge Petitgirard’s class. She studied with Eliane Richepin, Catherine Collard and at the Accademia Chigiana in Siena, Italy, with Guido Agosti, at the Musikhochschule in Freiburg, Germany, with Vitaly Margulis and at the Mozarteum in Salzburg, Austria, with Germaine Mounier.

Soloist pianist and chamber musician, Marie-Martine Bollmann has been performing as a duo since 1997 with Russian cellist Mark Drobinsky, a former student of Mitislav Rostroprovitch, in various festivals in France, including the Pianos Folies festival in Le Touquet, at La Petite Malmaison, at the Charles de Gaulle Memorial (Colombey les deux Eglises), at the Musique au Cœur du Médoc festival in 2002 with Jacques Libouban, 1st solo flute of the ONBA, Jeudis Musicaux de Royan festival (Charente Maritime), Nuits Romanes festival (Poitou-Charente) at the Théatre de Cognac, Villeneuve-sur-Lot etc. Evenings in the castles of Bordeaux (Château Pichon-Longueville, Château Legay,…) as well as in Europe (Hurst Festival in England, Schaumburg Festspiel in Germany, tours in Italy) and recently for the Société Musicale de l’Ile Maurice.

She also plays with the internationally renowned Italian saxophonist and conductor Federico Mondelci, with violinist Liza Kerob, super soloist at the Monte-Carlo Philharmonic, as well as with the Fauré de Paris Quartet and solo musicians of the Orchestre National Bordeaux-Aquitaine, including Cécile Berry, 1st solo viola and Jacques Libouban, 1st solo flute, concerts and tours in France and Germany, Italy, Portugal, Morocco (Essaouira and Marrakech), United Arab Emirates (Dubai and Abu Dhabi), most recently at the Festival des Nuits Caraïbes in Guadeloupe, concerts at the Sofitel d’Essaouira, at the Royal Palm in Grand Baie (Mauritius).

She performed with the Alcan Quartet, a prestigious Canadian string quartet, in January 2016 as part of the Jean-Sébastien Bach Academy season at Le Bouscat (Bordeaux), where she was artistic director from 2013 to 2015. The Alcan Quartet has just received her in Quebec, Saguenay and Montreal.



Chiara CIPELLI piano recital @ Pôle d'Animation Culturelle
Feb 1 @ 16 h 00 min – 17 h 30 min

Program :

D.SCARLATTI  Sonata re min. K. 9

B.GALUPPI  Andante do maj.

D.SCARLATTI  Sonata si min. K. 27

L.V.BEETHOVEN  Sonata op.2 n°3

R.SCHUMANN  Warum ? op.12 n°3

Arabeske op.18

F.CHOPIN     Ballade op.38 n. 2

Ballade op.47 n. 3

Graduated from the Conservatory G. Nicolini of Piacenza (Italy) with Great Distinction in the class of Lucia Romanini, she is also a graduate of the Freiburg i.Br. Musikhochschule (Germany) where she undertook a course of study with Prof. James Avery and in chamber music with Felix Gottlieb, then joined the Ecole Normale de Musique Alfred Cortot de Paris in the class of Nelson Delle Vigne-Fabbri and obtained the scholarship from the A. Roussel Foundation and the Diplôme Supérieur de Piano.
She has been advised by Michele Campanella, Rudolf Buchbinder, Vladimir Krainev, Hans, Leygraf Philippe Collard, Robert Roux, Philippe Entremont, Francois-Duchable, Michel Beroff, Jerome Lowental.
Chiara Cipelli has won numerous prizes and awards in national and international competitions, including Coppa Pianisti Citta’di Osimo, Rassegna Kawai Citta’di Como, Prix Città di Pisa, Prix Città di Cesenatico, Prix Carlo Soliva, as well as the Prix Fausto Zadra at the Abano Terme International Competition, etc.
She is a recipient of a scholarship from the Banff Center for the Fines Arts, Canada.
She regularly performs in recitals and chamber music in France and abroad, Teatro Municipale, Piacenza, Piccolo Teatro de Milan, Teatro di Marcello, Sala Baldini, Rome, Auditorium del Carmine, Parma, St. Petersburg.Martin in the Fields,London,Darmstadt Theater, Haydn Auditorium, Bolzano ,Salle Cortot, Schola Cantorum de Paris, Taipei Zhong Shan Hall Taichung Chung Hsin Concert Hall in Taiwan,ecc and she has also participated in many festivals including Schlern International Music Festival (Alto Adige),Festival Europeo d’Atri,Settimana Organistica Internazionale, Piacenza, Thueringen Chamber Music Festival, Bibiena Art Festival, MITO Festival de Milano, Festival 2 Mondi Spoleto,Banff International Music Festival,Palm Beach Piano Festival, Florida,Taiwan International Piano Festival,Manila International Piano Festival.
As a soloist she has performed with the Piacenza Conservatory Orchestra, the Palm Beach Symphony Orchestra, the National Taiwan Symphony Orchestra and has collaborated with the Orchestra Filarmonica Italiana, Gruppo Strumentale Ciampi, Orchestra Pomeriggi Musicali de Milano.
In 2019 he released his cd Bettinelli Piano Music for the Brilliant Classics label, which has already received numerous prizes and awards from international critics.
Chiara Cipelli is Professor of Piano at the Conservatory of Music of Ravenna and regularly gives Masterclasses in France, Italy, Belgium and Spain.

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Sophie LELEU mezzo-soprano and Masumi FUKAYA piano recital @ Pôle d'Animation Culturelle
Feb 23 @ 16 h 00 min – 17 h 30 min


Unbewegthe laue luft, Brahms

Wie Raft ich auf in der Nacht, Brahms

Nachtstuck, Schubert

Clair de Lune Debussy

Tes yeux bleus, Chabrier

O ma lyre immortelle, Sapho, Gounod

Pause (5’00)

Les adieux de l’hôtesse arabe, Bizet

Près des remparts de Séville, Carmen, Bizet

Voi lo sapete, Cavagliera Rusticana, Mascagni

Un sospiro de Liszt

Casta Diva, Norma, Bellini

Au palais des fées, Don Carlos, Verdi

Masumi Fukaya, pianist

Born in Tokyo (JAPAN), Masumi Fukaya began her musical studies at the age of five. After her studies in Japan, in 2007, she came to France and entered the Conservatoire à Rayonnement Régional de Paris (CRR) in Oliver Gardon’s piano class. In 2009, she obtains the DEMS in piano, a diploma awarded by the CRR and joins Ariane Jacob’s accompaniment class. In September 2010 she entered the ConservatoireNational Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris (CNSMDP) in Anne Le Bozec’s vocal accompaniment class. She obtains in 2012 the Master’s Degree in vocal accompaniment, with the unanimous mention very good, then she continues in the class of vocal direction of Erika Guiomar and obtains the Master’s Degree in 2015 with the unanimous mention very good with the congratulations of the jury.
Since 2009, she has been performing regularly in France, especially with
singers at the Salle Pleyel, the Châtelet theatre, the Musée d’Orsay, the Petit Palais, in
Philharmonie de Paris…and during her studies at the CNSMDP, she took part in the several opera productions as a voice conductor. Currently she is an accompanist
at the Notre Dame de Paris, at the conservatory of Vigneux sur Seine.

Sophie Leleu mezzo-soprano

After studying drama and the Celtic harp, Sophie Leleu obtained her
graduated in 2006 from the Guildhall School of Music & Drama in
London. Then she goes to Berlin and deepens her singing at the Universität der Künste.
Sophie has performed as a soloist in Europe, the United States, Europe and the United Kingdom. and in Asia, where she plays many roles: Penelope, Il ritorno d’Ulisse in patria by Monteverdi in London, Orfeo, Orfeo ed Euridice de Gluck in Berlin, Marcelina, Le Nozze di Figaro at the castle of Rochambeau, Galathée, Pastorale de Pesson at the Théâtre du Châtelet, the title role in La Grande Duchesse de Gerolstein d’Offenbach, Nancy T’ang, Nixon in China by Adams at the Théâtre du Châtelet, Candelas, El Amor Brujo by Falla with the Mayenne orchestra and at the Théâtre Vilar in Vitry, Jacqueline, Le Médecin malgré lui from Gounod at the Saint-Etienne Opera House, the title role in Bizet’s Carmen at the Saint-Etienne Opera House,
the Saigon Opera in Vietnam, The title role in Offenbach’s The Perichole
in Saint-Saëns’s Frédégonde at the Saigon Opera, etc. She also performs
with the Links Ensemble on the national stages of the Philharmonie de Paris, la Ferme
du Buisson/Noisiel, the Maison de Musique de Nanterre, the Arsenal de Metz, the Théâtre du Buisson/Noisiel, the Maison de Musique de Nanterre, the Arsenal de Metz, the Theatre the Archipelago of Perpignan, the National Stage of Evreux Louviers, the Opera of Massy, the Nuits sonores in Lyon, the Opéra de Rouen, the Channel in Calais, the Folles Journées at Nantes, at the Wiesbaden Opera and the Staatstheater Darmstadt, etc. in works of the Reich. For the past two years, she has regularly sung Carmen in the show Carmen Flamenco: theatres of Liffré, Saint-Lô, Belley, Montaigu, etc…

Artistic director of Cie Des Lieux et Des Êtres, it sets up different programs in collaboration with other artists that they play at various festivals and venues. In March 2020, it is their creation En-Vie which will be born at the Ferme du Buisson. In June 2020, it will embody the role of Herodias in Strauss’ opera Salome in Paris.


Clément LEFEBVRE, 2019 Long, Thibaud, Crespin competition winner, piano recital @ Pôle d'Animation Culturelle
Mar 15 @ 16 h 00 min – 17 h 30 min

Program :


– Pavane pour une infante défunte

– Le Tombeau de Couperin


– Allemande, Les Trois Mains, Gavotte et six doubles (extraits de la Nouvelle suite en LA)


– Nocturnes n.6 & 11


– Prélude Choral et Fugue



Clément Lefebvre
If there is a circle of poet-musicians, the pianist Clément Lefebvre is the torch-bearer of his generation. His first album “Rameau/Couperin”, released in 2018 by Evidence Classics, reveals him as such to the music-loving public and within the musical world. This recording now bears his unique artistic signature, which earned him immediate and unanimous recognition: a “masterstroke” crowned with a Diapason d’Or Découverte.
His authentic personality and poetic sense were also noticed at the 2019 International Long-Thibaud-Crespin Competition, of which he is laureate. Previously, he had been distinguished across the Channel, winning in 2016 the First Prize and the Audience Prize at the James Mottram International Piano Competition in Manchester.
 This double consecration comes in the course of a musical journey that began in his early youth in the north of France, then in Paris when he was only ten years old, with Billy Eidi, who gave him everything that constitutes the foundations of the musical art. He then went on to Lille, where he trained with Marc Lys and Jean-Michel Dayez, then at the Conservatoire de Boulogne-Billancourt in Hortense’s Cartier-Bresson class., and finally at the CNSM in Paris: a student of Roger Muraro and Isabelle Dubuis, he also received advice from Claire Désert, Alain Planès, and Pierre-Laurent Aimard.
 With a great artistic demand that he developed with these masters, he owes it to Roger Muraro in particular to know how to assert his musical thought in rigour, depth but also expressive imagination, whether it is through the attention paid to the clarity of the musical discourse, or the one dedicated to the creation of a sound universe.
Stone by stone, his artistic career is taking shape and taking solid shape: the Banque Populaire Foundation, the Safran Foundation, the Société Générale Patronage, these prestigious institutions of which he is a laureate, give him their trust and support.
Festivals and organisers invite him to perform at La Roque d’Anthéron, the Folle Journée de Nantes, the Chopin Festival in Paris, the Soloists in Bagatelle, the Nohant Piano Festival, the Radio France auditorium, the Louvre auditorium and the Philharmonie de Paris. He has performed on foreign stages: Dublin, Beijing, Brussels, Berlin, Amsterdam.

 As a soloist, he has the privilege of playing in concert with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, the Orchestre National de France, the Orchestre de la Garde Républicaine.

With the pianist Alexandre Lory, he forms a duo committed to exploring the greatest orchestral pages through the art of transcription. A sought-after partner in chamber music, he is invited to share the stage with Philippe Bernold, Anne Queffélec, Anastasia Kobekina and Olivier Patey. It is with the violinist Shuichi Okada that he conceived and performed the programme for their 2019 release on the Mirare label: sonatas and interwoven romances by Robert and Clara Schumann and Johannes Brahms.

“Clément Lefebvre opens the doors to an ever-renewed musical world: in Schumann, in Couperin and Rameau, obviously, but also in Debussy, Ravel, Haydn, Brahms, Fauré.An inspired, elegant and sensitive artist, he reveals unsuspected charms. His play, like his smile and his look, sincere and fair, combines this perfect balance that touches the mind and the heart, between tenderness and willpower, reverie and energy. Clément Lefebvre has noble words and poetry at his fingertips. »