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Samuel Jean
Christophe Mangou
Patrick Davin

News for January 2017

Vanessa Wagner

Vanessa Wagner is performing Ravel's Concerto in G with the Orchestre de l'Opéra de Toulon on Friday 3rd February. Conductor: Quentin Hindley.
http://www.operadetoulon.fr/spectacles/concerts-miroirs-d-orchestre/167.htm 

Romain Descharmes

Romain Descharmes in concert with Pierre Fouchenneret and the Fine Arts Quartet on Monday 30th January at the Bouffes du Nord: http://www.bouffesdunord.com/fr/la-saison/quatuor-fine-arts-romain-descharmes-pierre-fouchenneret

Vanessa Wagner

Romain Descharmes

Romain Descharmes is performing concerts with the Fine Arts Quartet and Pierre Fouchenneret on January 26, 27, 29 & 30, in the frame of La Belle Saison:

Wagner / Murcof

Vanessa Wagner and Murcof are presenting their Statea album at the TAP in Poitiers on Thursday 26th January.

http://www.tap-poitiers.com/vanessa-wagner-murcof-1788 

Patrick Davin

Patrick Davin is conducting Berlioz' "La Damnation de Faust" at the Liège Opera house, from January 25th to February 5th, with a dream cast: Marc Laho, Nino Surguladze, Ildebrando d'Arcangelo and Laurent Kubla.

http://www.operaliege.be/en/activities/la-damnation-de-faust 

Wagner / Murcof

Another enthusiastic feedback - from A Strangely Isolated Place this time - for "Statea" album by Vanessa Wagner and Murcof:
"Classical reinterpretations are easy to come by, but not many are fulfilled with such meticulous grace and innovation, as Murcof and Vanessa Wagner's, Statea."
"Wins all around."
Full article: http://www [...] (read more)

Vadim Gluzman

Listen to Vadim Gluzman's interview by F. Hutman for Classicagenda, which took place when Vadim was in Paris last 14th December for his concert with the Orchestre de Paris:

http://www.classicagenda.fr/vadim-gluzman-soliste-chambriste/ 

Vanessa Wagner

Kotaro Fukuma

To read!
Jeremy Nicholas' review in Gramophone (January 2017) of Kotaro Fukuma's album "Sing to Water":

"The Japanese pianist Kotaro Fukuma, now in his early thirties, begins this impressive album with his own arrangement of Smetana’s Vltava...Part of the pleasure of hearing this orchestral tone poem transferred [...] (read more)