BACH violon concerto en A minor (transcription pour violon et piano)
BEETHOVEN Sonata N°5 en F major op 24 “Spring”
SCHUBERT sonatine No.2 en A minor, op.137
2013 Unite states Agency international développement « USAID »
I received a certificate from USAID which is a qualification for working with disabled children in schools and colleges that is headquartered in the USA
2012 Berlin International festival young classical music.
2011 « Traveling Notes » International Music Festival – certificat of excellence
2010 Participation in Turkey to Armenia Youth Symphony Orchestra
2009/2010 Master’s Degree of musical art instrument performance violon
from Erevan Komitas Conservatory – Arménie
2004/2009 – Diploma for violin instrumental performance Erevan Komitas Conservatory – Arménie
1994/2004 – Baccalauréat du collège Tchaïkovski
2011- 2013 Violon teacher Collège de Arnaud Babajanian
2009- 2011 Organizer of Hrachuhi Jianyan Art School
2005 – 2013 Baroque Orchestra of Yerevan – Armenia
2005 – 2012 Erévan Orchestra soloist
Brahms sonat n°1 in G Maj
Saint-Saëns : danse Macabre
1 Musique sacrée
– Domine Deus (A Vivaldi – Gloria)
– Laudate Dominum (WA Mozart – Vêpres solennelles d’un confesseur)
– Ave Maria
– Bereite dich Zion ( Bach / Oratorio de Noël)
– Erbarme dich ( Bach / Passion selon St Mathieu)
2 – Récital Offenbach / Opéra comique “ Chère Hélène !…”
1 : Invocation à Vénus
2 : Ah ! Que les hommes sont bêtes
3 : Lettre de la Périchole
4 : La Griserie
5 : Amours divins
6 : Ah ! Que j’aime les militaires
7 : La déclaration
8 : L’aveu
Final : Barcarolle
Mozart : sonata N°11 in A maj K331
Debussy; Images Book I
Rentaro Taki; Grudge (one of the very first piano pieces ever written in Japan, 2 mins)
Yoshihiro Kanno; A Particle of Water for piano and Myochin Hibashi Chopsticks (written for Noriko)
Chopin; Waltz Brlliante Op.18
Chopin; Andante Spianato and Grand Polonaise
Noriko Ogawa has achieved considerable renown throughout the world since her success at the Leeds International Piano Competition. Noriko’s “ravishingly poetic playing” (Telegraph) sets her apart from her contemporaries and acclaim for her complete Debussy series with BIS Records, confirms her as a fine Debussy specialist. Her Images Book I and II were chosen as the top recommendation ‘exquisite delicacy’, BBC Radio 3’s CD Review, January 2014. Noriko’s latest recording for BIS records is of solo piano music by Eric Satie.
Noriko appears with all the major European, Japanese and US orchestras including the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra, Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra of Moscow Radio, BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, Czech National Symphony Orchestra, St. Petersburg Symphony Orchestra, as well as the BBC Symphony Orchestra for the world premiere of Richard Dubugnon’s Piano Concerto. Noriko made her BBC Proms debut in August 2013 and appeared again in 2014 with the Endymion Ensemble. She was the Artistic Director for the Reflections on Debussy Festival 2012 at Bridgewater Hall. In 2015 she continued as Associate Artist for Ravel and Rachmaninov Festival.
As a recitalist and chamber musician, with her piano duet partner Kathryn Stott, Noriko has performed Malcolm Arnold’s Concerto for Two Pianos at the 2013 BBC Proms.
Noriko regularly judges the BBC Young Musician, Munich International Piano Competition, Honens International Piano Competition and the Scottish International Piano Competition. Noriko has been appointed as Chairperson of the Jury for Japan’s prestigious 10th Hamamatsu International Piano Competition in 2018.
Noriko’s Japanese translation of Susan Tomes’s book Out of Silence – a pianist’s yearbook has been reprinted due to popular demand.
Noriko is passionate about charity work, after the tsunami in Japan in 2011, she has raised over £40,000 for the British Red Cross Japan Tsunami Fund. Noriko founded Jamie’s Concerts a series for autistic children and parents and is a Cultural Ambassador for the National Autistic Society.
Noriko is a professor at Guildhall School of Music and Drama.
Composed of Aurélienne Brauner, Tristan Liehr, both First Soloists in the Bordeaux Aquitaine National Orchestra, and Emmanuel Christien, concert pianist and chamber musician, the trio was formed in the city of Bordeaux when these three young and talented musicians met, bringing together their shared passion for chamber music in general, and for the exceptional and inexhaustible trio repertoire with piano in particular.
The Gallien Trio, whose repertoire is very eclectic covers almost three centuries, from Haydn, Schubert, Beethoven, Mendelssohn to contemporary works by Takemitsu, Mantovani, not to mention French music with Ravel or Chausson, performs regularly in music halls throughout France and Europe.
The Trio Gallien is underwritten by the Association Les Amis de l’ensemble Gallien.
Haydn : trio n°43 Hob.XV.27 in C maj
Beethoven : Trio in C minor
Mendelssohn :Trio N°1 in D min op 49
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-
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.
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
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 pianist throughout the UK and abroad. She is an Artistic Director of the annual Summer School for Pianists at Stowe where she gives recitals and masterclasses (visit www.pianosummerschool.co.uk 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 www.notesfromapianist.wordpress.com
Recent engagements include recitals of music by Chopin and Paderewski given in London and at Highclere Castle (television’s ‘Downton Abbey’) to celebrate 100 years of Polish Independence, performances of music for Twenty Digits – piano duet and piano duo – featuring Gustav Holst’s own arrangement of ‘The Planets’ for two pianos, while future concerts include chamber music by Clara Schumann presented by LSO animateur Rachel Leach, and a return visit to France for recitals in the Dordogne region.
Christine’s recording credits include music by award-winning British composer Thomas Hewitt Jones, as well as the premiere CD recording of Alkan’s Rondo Brillant with members of the London Mozart Players. Her solo recording of Liszt’s ‘Années de Pèlerinage – II – Italie’ has been critically acclaimed.
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.
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” (Concertclassic.com, 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.
Cello suite N°5 in C minor
Cello suite N°3 in C major
Nicolas Hartmann studied cello with André Navarra and Philippe Müller at the CNSM in Paris where he won a first prize in cello and chamber music in 1981. He then perfected himself at the Geneva Conservatory in the class of Guy Fallot and obtained a virtuosity prize in 1983. He followed master classes with Pierre Fournier, János Starker and Boris Pergamenschikow. In 1986, he won the Maria Canals International Competition in Barcelona.
He successively became principal cello of the Musikkollegium Winterthur (from 1987 to 1988), of the Orchester des Pays de Savoie (1989 to 1992), of the Geneva Chamber Orchestra (1989 to 1991) and since 1992, he has held the position solo cello of the National Orchestra of Lyon.
He played as a soloist under the batons of Emmanuel Krivine, David Robertson, Tibor Varga, Franz Welser-Möst … Passionate about chamber music, he had as a partner Emmanuel Ax, Eric the Sage, Emmanuel Pahud, Renaud Capuçon, Boris Garlitsky, the Debussy quartet … He regularly participates in the Bombay festival and gives classes since 2003 in Yokohama as part of the Music Master Classes in Japan, directed by Alan Gilbert and Jennifer Gilbert. Attracted by the repertory on period instruments, he collaborated with Christophe Coin, Marcel Ponseele, Jan de Winne and participates since 2004 as solo cello at concerts of the Philharmonic Chamber with Emmanuel Krivine. He taught at Les Arcs (1996 to 2000), Gargilesse (2000 to 2005) and was an assistant professor at the CNSM Lyon from 1995 to 2000. Since 2001, he has supervised the cello desk at the French Youth Orchestra