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    Nemanja Radulovic  violin
    Laure Favre-Kahn  piano
    Michel Vuillermoz  narrator (sociétaire de la Comédie-Française)

    Nemanja Radulovic and Michel Vuillermoz engage in dialogue with Beethoven and Tolstoy

    Laure Favre Kahn, Nemanja Radulovic
    Nemanja Radulovic © Charlotte Abramow, DG / Laure Favre Kahn - DR
    Michel Vuillermoz
    Michel Vuillermoz © Comédie-Française

    Beethoven Sonata pour violin and piano Op. 47 « A Kreutzer »
    Tolstoy The Kreutzer Sonata, novel

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    In addition to being Beethoven’s most famous sonata, this work for piano and violin in A major op. 47 is also the longest (approximately 40 minutes) and has the most demanding violin part. Its dedication “To Kreutzer” refers to French violinist Rodolphe Kreutzer, whom the composer greatly admired. Eighty years later in 1890, Tolstoy published a short story entitled The Kreutzer Sonata in a nod to Beethoven’s piece, which is played by one of the characters. Franco-Serbian violinist Nemanja Radulovic and Michel Vuillermoz, a member of the Comédie-Française, perform this dialogue of music and words.

    Unnumbered seating
    Under 9 : Free ticket to collect at the control desk on the morning of the concert
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