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Nicolas Absalom – Cambridge – January 2020

Nicolas Absalom – Cambridge – January 2020

Nicolas Absalom

Murray Edwards College (New Hall)
Fellows’ Drawing Room, Murray Edwards College, Cambridge

University of Cambridge on Monday 27th January 2020

 

Programme:

 

Beethoven 1770 – 1827

Sonata in A Op.2 No. 2
Seven Bagatelles Op.33

Interval

Sonata in E flat Op.31 No. 3
32 Variations on an original theme in C minor WoO 80

 

Celebrating Beethoven – London – December 2018

Celebrating Beethoven – London – December 2018

Saturday 15th December 2018
Celebrate Christmas with Beethoven and Other in Style
Conway Hall, Red Lion Square, London WC1R 4RL

 

C L A U D I O   B O H O R Q U E Z – Cello

A L B E R T O   P O R T U G H E I S – Piano

This was an exclusive and unique opportunity to experience the performance of two international, well-known and highly respected interpreters of Beethoven who joined forces in telling the story of the Composer’s life through his five Cello and Piano Sonatas in this, the anniversary of his month of birth. It also celebrated Thomas Harris’ own love of Beethoven. To hear all of these masterpieces in one fell swoop is a special occasion indeed, rarely to be found.

L’Octuor de France – London – September 2018

L’Octuor de France – London – September 2018

Friday 14th September 2018

The Lansdowne Club, Berkeley Square, London, W1J 5JD

Music by Mozart and Beethoven

L’Octuor de France Jean-Louis Sajot : Fondateur-Directeur Musical

“La musique est peut-être l’example unique de ce qu’aurait pu être (s’il n’y avait pas eu l’invention du langage, la formation des mots, l’analyse des mots, l’analyse des idées) la communication des âmes” – Marcel Proust

Founded thirty years ago by the Clarinetist Jean-Louis Sajot, “L’Octuor de France”, set itself the goal of making known clarinet music from the 18th century to the present day. The title of the ensemble reflects the expansion of its repertoire, but also its desire to promote music around the world through regular tours abroad: from Spain to Poland, from Japan to the USA, through Mexico, Canada and Australia.

The musicians of “L’Octuor de France” perform in formation, ranging from duet to octet, with or without piano. They offer a vast repertoire of important classical, romantic and contemporary works, but have also chosen to give the public the opportunity to rediscover pieces that are forgotten or rarely played. Moreover, “L’Octuor de France” encourages composers today to create new works.

“L’Octuor de France” have recorded compact discs honouring the works of Antonin Reicha, Carl-Maria von Weber, Franz Schubert, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Johannes Brahms, Joseph Haydn, Jean Francaix, Marcel Landowski, Johann Sebastian Bach, Max Bruch, Adolphe Blanc, Felix Weingartner and Olivier Messiaen.

 

Les Musiciens de l’Octuor de France

Jean-Louis Sajot : Clarinette / Directeur musical

Yuriko Naganuma : 1er Violon

Florence Roussin : 2eme Violon

Laurent Jouanneau : Alto

Paul Broutin : Violoncelle

Aurelie Martin : Contrebasse

Vincent Reynaud : Basson

Marc Michels : Cor

L’Octuor de France – Playden – September 2017

L’Octuor de France – Playden – September 2017

Saturday 23rd  September 2017

Playden, East Sussex

Music by Mozart and Beethoven

L’Octuor de France Jean-Louis Sajot : Fondateur-Directeur Musical

“La musique est peut-être l’example unique de ce qu’aurait pu être (s’il n’y avait pas eu l’invention du langage, la formation des mots, l’analyse des mots, l’analyse des idées) la communication des âmes” – Marcel Proust

Founded thirty years ago by the Clarinetist Jean-Louis Sajot, “L’Octuor de France”, set itself the goal of making known clarinet music from the 18th century to the present day. The title of the ensemble reflects the expansion of its repertoire, but also its desire to promote music around the world through regular tours abroad: from Spain to Poland, from Japan to the USA, through Mexico, Canada and Australia.

The musicians of “L’Octuor de France” perform in formation, ranging from duet to octet, with or without piano. They offer a vast repertoire of important classical, romantic and contemporary works, but have also chosen to give the public the opportunity to rediscover pieces that are forgotten or rarely played. Moreover, “L’Octuor de France” encourages composers today to create new works.

“L’Octuor de France” have recorded compact discs honouring the works of Antonin Reicha, Carl-Maria von Weber, Franz Schubert, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Johannes Brahms, Joseph Haydn, Jean Francaix, Marcel Landowski, Johann Sebastian Bach, Max Bruch, Adolphe Blanc, Felix Weingartner and Olivier Messiaen.

 

Les Musiciens de l’Octuor de France

Jean-Louis Sajot : Clarinette / Directeur musical

Yuriko Naganuma : 1er Violon

Florence Roussin : 2eme Violon

Laurent Jouanneau : Alto

Paul Broutin : Violoncelle

Aurelie Martin : Contrebasse

Vincent Reynaud : Basson

Marc Michels : Cor