· TRIO ARNOLD
· LUCIENNE RENAUDIN VARY & HUGO LIPPI
FEB 19, 2023
Trio violin, cello, piano
Chausson, Fauré, Ravel
Born in 2000, Elise Bertrand began playing the piano at the age of 5, the violin at the age of 8 and composed her first pieces at the age of 11. Invited as a soloist or chamber musician in festivals, she also plays in orchestras and participates in numerous academies. Winner of national and international prizes, it was published by Billaudot from the age of 16 and notably received orders from Radio France. In 2022, she composed her first album, "Lettera Amorosa", accompanied by eminent soloists. Elise wants to defend the unknown and contemporary repertoire. His work is widely and regularly reported in the national press.
Born in 1986, Hermine Horiot graduated from the National Conservatory of Music and Dance in Paris in 2011. Particularly driven by chamber music, she performs on French and international stages and in 2015 records her first album, "Romance Oubliée », alongside pianist Ferenc Vizi. A start noticed by several radio programs including those of Laure Mézan (Radio-Classic) Arièle Butaux, and Gaëlle Le Gallic (France-Music). Along with many other projects, Hermine also participated in the recording of the first album of Elise Bertrand and performs alongside her.
Born in 1997, Gaspard Thomas trained at the conservatories of Poitiers, Bordeaux and Saint-Maur-des-Fossés (94) and graduated with a Master's degree in Piano from the CNSMDP. He already has numerous awards in international competitions to his credit. He regularly plays in recital and is a very popular chamber musician. Gaspard has already had the opportunity to perform with Élise Bertrand at the Gstaad Palace Hotel as part of the Sommets musicals 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.
Ernest Chausson: Trio in G minor, Op.3
Gabriel Fauré: Trio in D minor Op.120
Maurice Ravel: Trio in A minor, M.67
WITH : Elise Bertrand: Violin - Hermine Horiot: Cello - Gaspard Thomas: Piano
MARCH 05 2023
A program all in strings proposed by a young ensemble, very noticed in festivals and major international musical media.
Founded in 2018 between Berlin and Paris, the Arnold trio is a rare and surprising object in the European musical landscape. Versatile musicians and winners of prestigious international competitions, they are each regularly called upon to play on the biggest stages, both as soloists and in chamber music. The first album by the Arnold trio devoted to the three string trios opus 9 by Ludwig van Beethoven (Mirare 2021) is already a critical success, rewarded with a golden diapason and a Classic Radio Trophy. Recognized as one of the most impressive young ensembles in Europe, the trio has already been heard on France Musique, Radio Classique, RTBF, BBC Radio 3 and broadcast live on ARTE Concert and Medici TV.
Roussel, String Trio op.58
Cras, String Trio
Ropartz String Trio in A Major
French, String Trio
WITH : Shuichi Okada: violin - Manuel Vioque-Judde: viola - Bumjun Kim: cello
MARCH 31 2023
JAZZ - Trumpet / guitar duo
Don't miss this brilliant multi-award-winning trumpeter, accompanied by Hugo Lippi on guitar, for this exceptional concert at the Château de Grignan.
Elected Revelation at the Victories of Classical Music in 2016, the French trumpeter Lucienne Renaudin Vary, "Trumpet Fairy" according to the daily Le Monde, shines as much on classical stages around the world as on the jazz scene. At 22, Lucienne has already released three albums with Warner Classics, all of which have received critical acclaim.
She is the guest of countless orchestras and festivals, including Jazz in Marciac where she enjoyed resounding success as the opening act for Wynton Marsalis and Ibrahim Maalouf.
Very popular with the media and in particular television, Lucienne performs at the Paris Concert at the Eiffel Tower on July 14, 2020 alongside the Orchester National de France live on France Télévisions, in Rolando Villazon's program Stars de Demain for Arte and ZDF, and was twice a guest of the Grand Exchequer.
She shares the stage with artists like Barbara Hannigan, Bertrand Chamayou or Renaud Capuçon. Since 2021, she has formed a duo with accordionist Félicien Brut.
Lucienne is in 2019 the first woman winner of the Arthur Waser Prize.
WITH : Lucienne Renaudin Vary: trumpet – Hugo Lippi: guitar