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    Edgar Moreau | cello
    David Kadouch | piano

    Edgar Moreau and David Kadouch in perfect harmony.

    Edgar Moreau, David Kadouch
    Edgar Moreau Julien Mignot, David Kadouch © Marco Borggreve

    With Frederic Chopin
    Beethoven Sonata for Cello and Piano No. 3 op. 69
    Chopin  Sonata for Cello and Piano op. 65
    Introduction & Polonaise brillante op. 3

     Young audience workshops Si Noël m’était conté... (4-6 years old)

    Audiences discovered the pairing of Edgar Moreau and David Kadouch in a programme of French music recorded in 2018 on the Erato label. This time they are opening their recital with Beethoven’s opus 69. Composed between the Fifth and Sixth Symphonies, it marks the beginning of the modern era. The duo will then evoke Chopin’s affinity with the cello. Alongside Chopin’s early Introduction and Polonaise, they will tackle Sonata opus 65, over which the great composer toiled. As he put it in 1846: “I am satisfied and dissatisfied by turns. I toss it into the corner, then pick it up again.” If this sonata sits so well under the bow, it is doubtless because Chopin took the advice of his friend Auguste Franchomme, with whom he premiered the sonata in his last public concert.

    Coréalisation Jeanine Roze Production | Théâtre des Champs-Elysées