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    Gabriel Fauré Centenary

    An evening entirely devoted to the work of Gabriel Fauré. Not Pénélope, but a compilation of Fauré’s finest chamber music.

    Photo de Gabriel Fauré, Droits réservés
    Gabriel Fauré, Droits réservés

    Camille Chopin | soprano
    Pierre-Yves Cras | baritone
    Ensemble vocal
    Bernard Tétu | direction
    I Giardini
    Quatuor Tchalik
    Dania Tchalik | piano 
    Jean-Philippe Collard | piano
    Jean-Claude Pennetier | piano

    First part
    Ballade Op. 19, Impromptu No. 2, Barcarolle No. 3, Piano Quartet No. 2 Op. 45
    Second part
    9 Préludes Op. 103 (Premiere at the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées), Quintet No. 1 with piano Op. 89 
    Third part
    Cantique de Jean Racine Op. 11, String Quartet Op. 121, Requiem Op. 48 

    It is exactly a century since the death of Gabriel Fauré, one of the greatest French composers who, it is often forgotten, conducted the inaugural concert at the Théâtre on 2 April 1913. As a tribute, the early generation of Fauré exponents – Jean-Philippe Collard, Jean-Claude Pennetier and Bernard Tétu – are supporting the next generation which is ready to take up the baton as I Giardini, le Tchalik Quartet and Dania Tchalik present a celebration of piano, chamber music, and the Requiem.

    Coréalisation MM Arts | Théâtre des Champs-Elysées