Eva Zavaro | violin
Tatiana Chernichka | piano 

The award-winning young Eva Zaravo is the guest of the fourth concert of this great violin weekend.

Eva Zavaro
Eva Zavaro - DR
Tatiana Chernichka
Tatiana Chernichka - DR


Great Violin Week-end IV
Franck Sonata for violin and piano
Tchaikovsky Meditation from Memory of a Dear Place, for violin and piano Op. 42 
Ravel Sonata for violin and piano No. 2 

Throughout the weekend, take part in family activities with luthiers and bow makers: creation and restoration. Young and old, come and discover the magical world of the violin ...

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Young Eva Zavaro, who studied under Julia Fischer in Munich, already has an impressive track record. Be the judge: winner of the Parisian Vatelot-Rampal competition at the age of twelve, then winner of numerous international prizes (e.g. Brahms Competition in Austria, Vadim Repin Prize), she now pursues a career as a soloist as well as in the field of chamber music. For her first major Parisian event, she chose to begin her concert with a "hit", Franck's famous sonata where the balance between the two instruments brings the genre to its peak. Journey to Russian lands to follow with Tchaikovsky's single page for violin and piano, a composition that follows his famous violin concerto and keeps all its melodic and expressive vein. Finally, to conclude Ravel's Sonata no. 2, the last chamber music page composed by the author of the Boléro. Despite its classical three-movement structure, it breaks down the codes of independence of the two instruments in duet and definitively opens a new era in the genre.

PRODUCTION Productions Internationales Albert Sarfati

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