Concert : Vent d'Est avec Renaud Guy-Rousseau et Félicien Brut
Renaud Guy-Rousseau, clarinet, entered the Paris Regional Conservatory and continued his training at the Paris Conservatory with Philippe Berrod and Arnaud Leroy. He received his prize in 2014 and, at 23, was appointed principal bass clarinet of the Orchestre National de France. .
Eglise Baroque Saint Nicolas
Born in Auvergne, a land of traditional music par excellence and one of the cradles of his instrument, Félicien Brut has established himself as the representative of the accordion in the new generation of classical musicians. In 2007, he successively won the three largest international accordion competitions: Klingenthal in Germany, Castelfidardo in Italy and Samara in Russia. A virtuoso instrumentalist, he reconciles popular and learned music written for this instrument.
"Vents d'Est" is a program that combines the particular timbres of the clarinet and the accordion. These instruments have respective histories related to the countries of Eastern Europe. By drawing on the repertoire of scholarly music through the works of Lutoslawski, Bartók or Brahms, and pieces from the popular repertoire, the two instrumentalists reveal the richness of their winds and the "East Winds" that marked the musical epic of the 19th and 20th centuries.
Free to participate.
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