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    Modigliani Quartet
    Nicholas Angelich  piano
    Marie-Agnès Gillot  dance
    Jeremy Demester painter 



    Quatuor Modigliani
    Quatuor Modigliani © Luc Braquet
    Nicholas Angelich, Marie-Agnès Gillot
    Nicholas Angelich - DR, Marie-Agnès Gillot © Matthew Brook

    with the participation of menbers of
    Quatuor Van Kuij
    Quatuor Hermès
    Quatuor Akilone

    Quatuor Hanson
    Quatuor Métmorphoses
    Guillaume Sutre, Cécile Agator violin
    Yann Dubost bass
    Victor Burel staging & lights

    Schumann Quintet for quartet and piano Op. 44
    Ravel String Quartet in F major (choreography and danced by Marie-Agnès Gillot)
    Schubert Quartet D. 810 « Death and the Maiden » (arranged for string orchestra by Gustav Mahler)

    The Modigliani Quartet recently celebrated its fifteenth anniversary with the album Portraits, which the four musicians describe in the following terms: “The idea was to take listeners on a journey via very different composers in a logical and coherent manner. This is a sort of portrait gallery, a genre in which the artist from whom we take our name was a true master.” The artists actively seek out interaction with other musicians and have just taken on the role of artistic directors of the Rencontres Musicales d’Evian, formerly known as the Rostropovitch festival. Tonight’s event, which is a fundraiser for LICRA, will feature their friend, pianist Nicholas Angelich, and star dancer Marie-Agnès Gillot. It offers the prospect of a thrilling encounter between chamber music and dance with some of the finest performers in their respective disciplines.

    Concert given in favor of LICRA