Ardour and Transparency

HSBC Laureates of the Académie concert

Hôtel Maynier d'Oppède
22 June
Pauline Chenais
Magdalēna Geka
Angèle Legasa

Joseph Haydn Trio n.43 in C major Hob.XV: 27
Vasco Mendonça* Drives
Felix Mendelssohn Trio n.2 op.66 in C minor

* Former artist of the Académie

The women of the Trio Sōra, Laureates of several prizes in 2017, come back to perform on the stage of the Académie in a programme which brings together chamber music of today and yesteryear: Drives by the composer Vasco Mendonça (The House Taken Over, Festival d’Aix-en-Provence 2013) as well as two piano trios by Haydn and by Mendelssohn. The first one, has the energy and sonorities of Beethoven and is one of the most virtuoso by the Austrian composer. The second one, a work of maturity by Mendelssohn, is at the same time inspired, danceable and passionate.

Friday 22 June 2018

Entry with the PASS at €20
Free for the under-30s
Single ticket : €5


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Released on 22 Februay 2019
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