PANTOUM trio (violin, cello and piano) : 2 recitals Sat July 3rd and Friday 9th @ Pôle d'Animation Culturelle
Juil 3 @ 17 h 00 min – 18 h 45 min

Programme  du 3 juillet 17 h

Haydn, Trio Hob XV:27
Schumann, Sonate n°1 pour violon et piano


Brahms, Trio n°2

Programme du 9 juillet 18h

Mozart,  trio K502 en si bémol majeur.

Schubert, Notturno
Chostakovitch, Trio n°1
Fauré, Trio
Liszt, Tristia (d’après la Vallée d’Obermann)

Pantoum Trio


Hugo Meder (violin), Bo-Geun Park (cello) and Virgile Roche (piano) founded the Pantoum Trio in 2016, at the beginning of their studies at the CNSMD of Paris. Quickly developing an exceptional complicity on stage and off, these young and brilliant musicians were able to give substance to their common passion for chamber music, and begin the difficult search for the balance between perfect musical cohesion, and the enhancement of the artistic personality of each.

Under the direction of Emmanuelle Bertrand and Michaël Hentz, they then began an in-depth study of the chamber music repertoire for strings and piano, which they were fortunate enough to pursue in the prestigious class of the Trio Wanderer at the CRR de Paris between 2018 and 2020, and in that of Claire Désert and Ami Flammer at the CNSMDP since 2019.

Hugo, Bo-Geun and Virgile have also received advice from internationally renowned musicians such as Marc Coppey, Alexis Galpérine, Emmanuel Strosser or Olivier Charlier, and have had the chance to meet members of the Ebene and Modigliani quartets during master-classes at the CNSMDP, as well as to work with members of the Talich and Škampa quartets thanks to the ECMA (European Chamber Music Academy) program.

The trio was awarded a second prize at the Illzach International Chamber Music Competition and was scheduled to participate in the Osaka International Chamber Music Competition in May (postponed to 2021).

In 2019, the Pantoum Trio performed at the Philharmonie de Paris (Grand Salle Pierre Boulez) as part of the Préludes aux concerts de l’Orchestre de Paris, as well as at the Festival international de piano de la Roque d’Anthéron as an ensemble in residence, and in Norway at the Trondheim International Chamber Music Festival.

In 2020, the trio performed in the Auditorium of the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester, and was scheduled to perform Beethoven’s Triple Concerto for the first time with the Orchestre du Conservatoire de Nice in October.

Hugo Meder violin

Hugo Meder studied violin at the CRR of Strasbourg with Ana Reverdito Haas, before entering the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse of Paris in the class of Alexis Galpérine. During his studies, he worked for chamber music with Emmanuelle Bertrand, François Salque and Claire Désert, and participated in master-classes with Adam Laloum, Marina Chiche, Pierre Fouchenneret, and members of the Ebene and Modigliani Quartets.

Hugo is Laureate of the Royaumont Foundation in 2019 and participated in the 25th edition of the Brahms Competition. In February 2019, he performed as a soloist in Lalo’s Symphonie espagnole with the Orchestre symphonique Inter Universitaire de Paris. In May 2019, he obtained his DNSPM with honors and unanimous congratulations from the jury. During his first year of Master at the CNSM, he is preselected, with Virgile Roche, for the 16th Chamber Music Competition of Lyon.

During his studies, Hugo Meder founded the Pantoum Trio with Virgile Roche and Mélisande Ponsin. They joined the Trio Wanderer class at the CRR in Paris and participated in the International Chamber Music Competition in Illzach, where they won a second prize.

In August 2019, they perform at the 39th Festival de la Roque d’Anthéron, where they share the stage with Jean Marc Philips Varjabedian, Olivier Charlier, Lise Berthaud, Raphael Pidoux.

In September 2019, they are invited to the Trondheim International Chamber Music Competition. Soon, they will participate in the 10th Osaka International Chamber Music Competition.

During the season, Hugo will perform in Dijon and Paris in Mendelssohn’s 2nd Concerto with the EOCL, then in Beethoven’s Triple Concerto with the Pantoum Trio and the Orchestre wymphonique du CRR de Nice.

He plays a Gand et Bernardel violin from 1885.

Bo-Geun Park cello

Born in 1998 in Reims, Bo-Geun Park began studying the cello at the age of six in the class of Sophie Delcourt and Marc-Didier Thirault at the Conservatoire de Reims, where he obtained, nine years later, his cello, piano, chamber music and writing prizes. A curious and complete musician, he also graduated in musical analysis, orchestra conducting and jazz at the same institution.

He then continued his studies at the CRD of Aulnay-sous-Bois, before being admitted in 2016 to the prestigious Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris in the class of Jérôme Pernoo.

At the age of twenty, he has already won awards at numerous French competitions and has been invited to perform as a soloist or in chamber music in the most beautiful Parisian venues such as the Salle Gaveau, the Philharmonie de Paris, the Casino de Paris, the Salon des Invalides, the Théâtre de l’Athénée, or the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées. He also had the opportunity to participate in the second edition of the SuperCello Festival in Beijing, in April 2018.

Throughout his career, Bo-Geun has improved with eminent musicians such as Gary Hoffman, Julius Berger, Vincent Ségal, Vincent Courtois, Cyrill Lacrouts, Romain Garioud, Bruno Cocset, and Xavier Gagnepain, participating in master classes and festivals such as the Flaine Academy, the Cello Biënnale in Amsterdam, ISA Festival in Austria… Passionate about chamber music, he has perfected his skills from an early age in numerous formations from duet to octet, and has benefited from the advice of Jean Sulem, Claire Désert, Michael Hentz, the Ébène Quartet, the Modigliani Quartet, the Talich Quartet, and the Debussy Quartet.

He has performed chamber music at the Festival Les Flâneries musicales de Reims, Les vacances de Monsieur Haydn, Le Printemps de la musique, the Festival des cordes de Loire, la Roque d’Anthéron, 1000 sources Haute Dordogne…

Bo-Geun is a member of Trio Pantoum since 2020.

He is a recipient of the Lions Club Scholarship and is supported by the Meyer Foundation and the Société Générale Music Fund.

Bo-Geun plays an 1865 cello by Auguste-Sébastien-Philippe Bernardel on loan from the Zilber-Vatelot-Rampal Foundation, and a modern bow by Jean-Luc Tauzièdes.

Virgile Roche piano

Born in 1998, Virgile Roche began his musical studies at the Conservatoire de Clermont-Ferrand. Admitted to the Conservatoire Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris at the age of 17, he has been studying piano there since September 2016 in the classes of Emmanuel Strosser and then Marie-Josèphe Jude, but also harmony, counterpoint, accompaniment and chamber music. He also perfected his skills in Geneva with Nelson Goerner.

Distinguished in several international competitions, he is also a laureate of the Royaumont Foundation and won the prestigious Safran Foundation Prize for Music in October 2020. He has performed on the great stage of La Roque d’Anthéron, at the Philharmonie de Paris, at the Salle Molière in Lyon, at the Frimurerlogen in Trondheim…

Passionate about chamber music, he is a founding member of the Pantoum Trio (with the violinist Hugo Meder and the cellist Bo-Geun Park).

This summer, he will participate in the European Young Talents Festival in Paris, the Festival des Arcs, the Nice Classic Live Festival…






Gaspard THOMAS piano recital @ Pôle d'Animation Culturelle
Juil 28 @ 20 h 30 min – 22 h 15 min


SZYMANOVSKI (1882 – 1937)  : Variations en si bémol mineur op. 3 (1903)
RAVEL (1875 – 1937) : « Gaspard de la Nuit », Trois poèmes pour piano d’après Aloysius Bertrand (1908)
                Ondine            Le gibet           Scarbo
CHOPIN (1810 – 1849) :
Barcarolle en fa dièse majeur op. 60 (1846)
Sonate n°3 en si mineur op. 58 (1844)
                Allegro maestoso    Scherzo (molto vivace)
                Largo                      Finale Presto non tanto


Gaspard THOMAS is a 22 years old pianist, currently studying at the CNSMD of Paris where he pursues a rich and varied training: Piano class with professors Claire DÉSERT and Romano PALLOTTINI, as well as the Accompaniment and Writing classes. He previously trained at the conservatories of Poitiers, Bordeaux and Saint-Maur-des-Fossés (94).
He regularly benefits from the teachings of the pianist and pedagogue Bernard d’ASCOLI. During masterclasses or chamber music sessions at the CNSMDP, he has also worked with artists such as Bruno RIGUTTO, Jean-François HEISSER, Jean Efflam BAVOUZET, Itamar GOLAN, Clive GREENSMITH or Michaël HENTZ.
Gaspard THOMAS has already won several awards in international competitions: he won the First Prize at the France-Amériques competition in 2019 and at the Brest competition in 2017 (Chopin Prize), and eight prizes including seven special prizes at the Piano Campus competition in Pontoise in 2019. The same year, he was selected for the Long-Thibaud-Crespin competition in Paris. He is also a laureate of the Royaumont Foundation (2018) and a scholarship holder of the Lions Club of Saint-Maur.
Gaspard THOMAS has performed as a soloist with orchestra or string quintet in Chopin’s Concertos Nos. 1 and 2, Saint-Saëns’ Concerto No. 1 and Shostakovich’s Concerto No. 1. He was a guest artist at the « Piano à portes ouvertes » day at the Bagatelle Chopin Festival in 2016 and at the Saint-Céré Festival where he has been present since 2017. Gaspard Thomas regularly performs in recital, and has been heard at the Steinway & Sons showroom in Paris as part of the « Pianissimes » OFF, at the Polish Embassy for the Chopin Society, and at the Théâtre de Fontainebleau during the Piano Campus 2020 festival. In the autumn of 2020, he will give a recital at the Château de Lourmarin and will be part of the Young Soloists of the « Lisztomanias » Academy in Châteauroux, directed by Bruno RIGUTTO.
Chamber musician and appreciated accompanist, Gaspard THOMAS accompanies several musician colleagues presenting international competitions (Long-Thibaud competition, ARD competition in Munich) and orchestra academies. During the summer of 2020, he will play a sonata with the violinist and composer Élise BERTRAND at the Gstaad Palace Hotel as part of the Sommets musicaux de Gstaad in Switzerland. Also open to creation, in 2019 he composed « Poème », a piece for 96 pianists which was premiered during a concert at the Philharmonie de Paris.