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    Lukas Geniušas  piano
    Signum Saxophone Quartett


    Signum Quartett
    Signum Quartett © Andrej Grilc
    Lukas Geniušas
    Lukas Geniušas © Ira Polyarnaya

    Bach Italian Concerto BWV 971
    Rimsky-Korsakov Shéhérazade
    Ginastera Three Argentinian Dances 
    Gershwin Rhapsody in blue

    The four young instrumentalists of the Signum Saxophone Quartet are convinced that Bach would definitely have written for the saxophone if it had existed in his day. Bach’s music for keyboard also lends itself to this exercise, as do arrangements of his chorales and fugues. These four saxophonists, who have enjoyed a meteoric career, will perform their own versions of Bach’s Italian Concerto. Toe-tapping is also guaranteed with the next section of the programme: a sensual Scheherazade by Rimsky-Korsakov, Ginastera’s Argentinian dances, and Gershwin’s Broadway. Our four musketeers will be accompanied by the young pianist Lukas Geniušas, who has recently recorded and performed a concert of great Russian classics (notably Prokofiev) and also less well-known works (Desyatnikov, Arzumanov, Ryuabov), which is indicative both of his curiosity and of his relish for this morning’s unusual venture.

    Unnumbered seating
    Under 9 : Free ticket to collect at the control desk on the morning of the concert
    Coréalisation Jeanine Roze Production / Théâtre des Champs-Elysées

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