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    Sunday Morning Concerts

    Ein deutsches Requiem

    Johannes Brahms

    Brahms and Ein deutsches Requiem launch the 50th season of Sunday Morning Concerts in powerful style.

    Natalie Dessay, Shani Diluka, Johnny Rasse


    Two peculiar “warblers” and Shani Diluka at the keyboard for a morning of poetry.

    Alexandra Dovgan

    Beethoven, Schumann

    Although not technically an adult yet, Alexandra Dovgan is already tackling the monumental Opus 110 by Beethoven.

    Tabea Zimmermann, Quatuor Belcea


    Tabea Zimmermann joins forces with the Belcea Quartet for two Mozart quintets.

    Félicien Brut, String orchestra of the Garde républicaine

    Galliano, Liszt, Legrand, Piazzolla, Khan...

    The accordion reigns supreme and channels the spirit of Galliano and Piazzolla.

    The Magic Flute

    after Mozart - Young Audience

    All the enchantment of Mozart’s Magic Flute minus the singing in a mimodrama version.

    Trio Wanderer

    Beethoven, Smetana

    The art of the trio as demonstrated by the Wanderers.

    Emmanuel Pahud, Benjamin Alard

    Couperin, Bach, Marais, Leclair

    Emmanuel Pahud duets with harpsichordist Benjamin Alard for a  Grand siècle français  » Sunday.

    Jerusalem Quartet

    Haydn, Mozart, Shostakovitch

    The Jerusalem Quartet embarks on an epic journey from Haydn to Shostakovich.

    Quatuor Ebène, Mathieu Herzog, Bruno Delepelaire

    Strauss, Schubert

    The Quatuor Ebène is in fine company for Strauss and Schubert.

    Victor Julien-Laferrière, Jonathan Fournel

    Mendelssohn, Kodály, Brahms

    Victor Julien-Laferrrière on the cello and Jonathan Fournel on the piano as romanticism meets modernity.

    Le Carnaval des animaux

    Camille Saint-Saëns - Young Audience

    Saint-Saëns’ grand zoological fantasy will enchant adults and children alike.

    Raphaëlle Moreau, Raphaël Sévère, Edgar Moreau, David Kadouch

    Beethoven, Messiaen

    A dazzling Beethoven-Messiaen counterpoint by a quartet of soloists working instinctively together.

    Benjamin Grosvenor

    Ravel, Mussorgsky

    A Franco-Russian programme for the British king of the piano, Benjamin Grosvenor.

    Modigliani Quartet

    Ravel, Beethoven

    The Modigliani Quartet facilitates a conversation between Ravel and Beethoven.

    Anne Queffélec, Gaspard Dehaene

    Mozart, Schubert-Liszt, Scriabin, Schubert

    Anne Queffélec and Gaspard Dehaene form a mother and son duo at the keyboard.

    Liya Petrova, Adam Laloum

    Debussy, Respighi, Strauss

    Adam Laloum at the piano and Liya Petrova on violin for an early twentieth-century programme.

    Pierre-Laurent Aimard, Mathieu Amalric


    A celebration of Ravel, with the piano of Pierre-Laurent Aimard and readings by  Mathieu Amalric.

    Justin Taylor


    From upright piano to Pleyel concert grand, is there nothing that the ridiculously talented Justin Taylor, who is playing exclusively Chopin this morning, has not mastered?

    Bertrand Chamayou and friends

    Grand finale of the 50th season of Sunday Morning Concerts

    A grand finale to celebrate the grande dame of music among friends.