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Lisztomanias de Châteauroux
N. Dautricourt © Droits réservés / J.B. Doulcet @ Masha Mosconi
Nicolas Dautricourt & Jean-Baptiste Doulcet
Concert Liszt and Brahms
Chapelle des Rédemptoristes / Auditorium Franz Liszt

Date et réservation

24 octobre 2022
4.30 pm
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Classica, Olivier Bellamy

- Classica, Olivier Bellamy


  • Franz Liszt / Frédéric Chopin
    Duo-Sonata for violin and piano on Polish themes
  • Franz Liszt / Nathan Mitsein
    Consolation No. 3 in D flat major
  • Johannes Brahms
    Sonata No. 3 for violin and piano in D minor
  • Improvisations

À propos

Nicolas Dautricourt

The Georges Enesco Prize of the SACEM, Classical New Talent at the Midem in Cannes, invited to the 23rd Victoires de la Musique Classique in Toulouse, and a member of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center de New York, Nicolas Dautricourt is incontestably one of the most brilliant and gripping French violinists of his generation. In January, 2019, he made his debut at the at the Paris  Philharmonie with the Orchestre National d’Ile de France, playing Prokofiev’s second concerto under the direction of Jamie Philipps. He regularly preforms on the greatest international stages.

Jean-Baptiste Doulcet

Born in 1992, Jean-Baptiste Doulcet is a pianist, improviser, and composer. At age 29, he is considered on the the rising starts of French pianists. Jean-Baptiste Doulcet won, in 2019 the fourth prize and the “audience prize” of the Marguerite-Long Competition (presided by Martha Argerich), as well as the Modern Times prize of the 2019 Clara Haskil Competition (presided by Christian Zacharias).

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Le même jour
9 - 12.30 am
Chapelle des Rédemptoristes / Auditorium Franz Liszt
Improvisation Academy
Academy Liszt

Conducted by Jean-Baptiste Doulcet
With Laure Cholé, Delphine Co, Ionah Maiatsky, Charles Heisser

2 pm
Médiathèque Equinoxe - Salle du Conte
Instrumental practice

Pedagogical workshop for children aged 6-12 years old
Animated by Petra Mengeringhausen

2 pm
Chapelle des Rédemptoristes / Auditorium Franz Liszt
Charles Tobermann

Conference “Brahms and Liszt, two fake enemies?”
Charles Tobermann, musicologist and composer

6 pm
Cafés des Halles et Saint-Hubert

Young soloists of the Academy Liszt

8.30 pm
Équinoxe, Scène Nationale
Geoffroy Couteau

Recital Liszt et Brahms
Geoffroy Couteau, piano