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    David Kadouch | piano
    Guillaume Bellom | piano 

    Pianists David Kadouch and Guillaume Bellom bring Schubert, Satie and Stravinsky to life with their four hands.

    David Kadouch
    David Kadouch © Marco Borggreve
    Guillaume Bellom
    Guillaume Bellom - DR

    Satie La Belle excentrique, serious fantasy for piano 4 hands
    Schubert Fantasie for piano 4 hands D. 940
    Stravinsky Petrouchka, version for piano 4 hands 

    They may only have one piano for two, but David Kadouch and Guillaume Bellom will certainly be a good match in this programme centred around Schubert's unfathomable Fantasy, D. 940, for piano four-hands. If no one remembers the first three, passable youthful compositions, this one, a late-maturing confession dedicated to the Countess Caroline Estherazy, obsesses many duettists. The rest of the fun will belong to the ballet, or almost. A choreographic parody originally written for small orchestra, La Belle Excentrique (1920) marks Satie's return to the cabaret aesthetic. Stravinsky's own transcription of Petrushka challenges the virtuosity of those who tackle it.

    COREALISATION Jeanine Roze Production / Théâtre des Champs-Elysées