Concert musique classique "Les concerts de poche"

Concert at Montauban

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  • Raphaël Sévère, clarinet Adam Laloum, piano Concert, Music Revealed to the general public during the Victoires de la musique classique 2010, Raphaël Sévère appears today as the youngest representative of the French clarinet school. As for Adam Laloum, he received international recognition in 2009 with the 1st Prize of the prestigious competition Clara Haskil. Raphaël Sévère received a musical education very early: piano, violin, cello. At the age of 8, he began clarinet at the Conservatory of Nantes while continuing the study of the piano. At age 11, he gave his first solo concert with the Peking Opera Orchestra. At the age of 12, he won five international competitions, including one in Tokyo, where he won first prize and four special prizes. At 14, he is admitted to the CNSMDP unanimously by the jury. At the age of 15, he obtained his baccalaureate and a year later the bachelor's degree from the CNSM, with honors from the jury. Adam Laloum: after a first album "Brahms" acclaimed by critics for, the following comes out in 2013 and is dedicated to two works by Schumann. This recording receives the "Diapason d'Or of the Year 2014", the "Grand Prix of the Academy Charles Cros", "ffff" of Télérama, and Germany the highest distinction of the magazine Fono Forum. His most recent release, recorded with clarinetist Raphaël Sévère and cellist Victor Julien-Laferrière, is devoted to Brahms 'two Sonatas and Brahms' Trio with clarinet. This recording received the "Diapason d'Or of the Year 2015" and ffff of Télérama. All Public Duration: 1h10 Full price: 10 € Reduced price: 8 € (job seekers, beneficiaries of social minima, under 25 years old, Cezam)
  • Rates
  • Full-fare
    10 €