Portraits de femmes
Greensleeves, chanson anglaise du XVIème siècle
Ludwig Spohr (1784-1859), sonate en ut mineur
Claude Debussy (1862-1918) : Bilitis, épigraphes antiques :
Pour invoquer Pan, dieu du vent d’été
Pour la danseuse aux crotales
Augusta Holmès (1847-1903) : Trois petites pièces (Chanson, Clair de lune, Gigue)
Mel Bonis (1858-1937) : Pièce
Lili Boulanger (1893-1918) : Nocturne
Hélène Breschand (née en 1966) : Minotaure
After a cycle of musical studies at the National Conservatory of Limoges with Sylvie Beltrando, then at the National Conservatory of Tours in the class of Catherine de Preissac, Laurence Bancaud is admitted to the National Conservatory of Music of Paris and obtains a Premier Harp award in 1993 in the class of Marie-Claire Jamet and Francis Pierre. Privileging chamber music, Laurence Bancaud performs in various formations, from duet to septet. Particularly committed to today’s music and creation, she is a founding member of the association Les Signes de l’Arc “Harp on the move – creations and experiments” created in 2011. Author of the book published by Cig’art Editions in 2010, Tôn-Thât Tiêt, Dialogue with Nature, she is also co-author of The harp in the XXth and XXIth centuries: invoice, notation, directory published by Minerve editions in 2013. Appointed Professor of Artistic Education of the Public Service in 2000, she currently teaches at the Rungis Municipal School of Music (94) and the Municipal Conservatory of the 16th arrondissement of Paris. She supervises the International Music Academy Mille Sources Haute Dordogne in Corrèze and meets the flutist Carine Honorat with whom she founded the duet Horspiste. Passionate about Asia, she also plays dan tranh, the Vietnamese zither.
Born in Angers, Carine Honorat made her professional career at the National Conservatory of Music in Paris where she obtained her degrees in Flute, Chamber Music and Pedagogy. Professor of Artistic Education at the Conservatory of Angers, she conducts a musical activity in France and abroad with various formations, with the ÉGÉRIE trio (flute, clarinet, piano) and in particular within a music distribution collective MINIUM 21, of which she is a founding member. In addition, she is invited to work regularly with the Pays de la Loire National Orchestra. His meeting with the harpist Laurence Bancaud at the Summer Academy and 1000 Sources Festival in Haute Dordogne led to the creation of the HORSPISTE Duo and many concerts. This training whose two instruments draw their history in mythology is for her the privileged place for a dialogue between the music of today, its sources and traditions. Inescapable allies of sounds, words are an integral part of his universe; Carine Honorat publishes a collection of short stories “Petit musée du vide” in Edilivre Edition (author’s name, LILI H). In addition, the requirement of her profession as a musician led her to become professional in the teaching of YOGA.
After years in the Dordogne, here he settles in Burgundy, when he does not skate the scenes of the world, as brilliant sideman of the trumpet player Avishai Cohen – recruited for Into The Silence, one of the most elegant recordings of this year – or Omer Avital, a double bassist with whom he expresses his Israeli identity in a repertoire more reminiscent of traditional tunes. Beyond the meditative character of his play, Yonathan has, in the lineage of Ahmad Jamal, an inflexible mastery of pulsation and an innate sense of the most telluric blues, the most incisive swing. After a first album in trio, Modern Times, as sober as class, the pianist, passionate about the history of the American black music, returns in quintet and is interested in the jazz of the origins.
Bassist born in 1975 in Haifa, Israel. He starts playing electric bass during his teenage years in rock bands.
He studied jazz and bass at the Jerusalem Academy of Music and moved to Paris in 1995 to study at the CIM.
Since then he has settled in Paris and has performed on the French and international scene: Jazz in Marciac, Jazz in Vienna, Juan les Pins, North Sea Jazz Festival, Lincoln Center, Knitting Factory, Yokohama Jazz Festival … New York, Los Angeles , Brazil, Australia, Japan, South Korea, China, South Africa, Ethiopia, Russia, Sweden, Finland … about 60 countries in all.
He has participated in more than 50 albums with artists such as Youn Sun Nah, Géraldine Laurent, Sophie Alour, Laurent Coq, Pierre de Bethmann, Paris Jazz Underground … ..
He has performed with such artists as Dave Douglas, Avishai Cohen, Nasheet Waits, Billy Hart, Ari Hoenig, Gilad Hekselman, …
Brahms Romance Op.118 no.5
Scriabin Sonata no.2
Bach Busoni Chaconne
Schumann Romance Op.28 no.2
Franck Prelude, Chorale and Fugue
Mark was born in London to Maltese parents and began learning the piano at a young age. When he was eleven years old, he gained a scholarship to the junior department of the Royal College of Music where he studied piano with Alan Rowlands the oboe with Rachel Ingleton. While there, he was principle oboist in the symphony orchestra and also played with the National Youth Orchestra and other chamber ensembles in big London venues like the Albert Hall, Royal Festival Hall and Wigmore Hall. He seemed destined for a musical career and had an offer to study full time at the Royal College of Music. However, he declined the place and instead went to Clare College, Cambridge to read Physics and Computer Science. After university, where he spent perhaps too much time indulging in the abundant musical opportunities available, Mark pursued a career in computer graphics and worked on many multi-million selling computer games. The highlight of his career was winning a BAFTA for artistic achievement in 2014.
More recently, Mark has started to rekindle his musical ambitions and return to his first love – the piano. He has participated in several masterclasses with James Lisney, Christine Stephenson and Karl Lutchmayer among others. He has gained a diploma and licentiate in piano performance and is currently working towards a fellowship of the Royal Schools of Music.
– Chopin, Polonaise fantaisie op. 61
Nocturne op. 15 n° 1
Nocturne op. 55 n° 2
Valse op. 64 n° 3
Valse op. 42
– Debussy, Images (1er livre)
– Ravel, La Valse
Coming from a family of musicians, Audrey Lonca-Alberto bathes from an early age in an artistic universe. She began her musical studies at the age of five, first in the Dordogne, then at the Limoges CRR, where she graduated at the age of thirteen from her Diplôme d’Etudes Musicales, followed two years later by her price for Improvement. At the age of seventeen, Audrey Lonca-Alberto has the chance to meet Erik Berchot and to benefit from her experience of concert and teacher in her class at the Ecole Normale de Musique in Paris, where she obtained her Higher Diploma in Music. ‘Execution unanimously and with the congratulations of the jury and, in 2014, his Concert Diploma.
She is awarded several prizes in national and international competitions, such as that of Donostia San Sebastian which she won at the age of fifteen. She is also a scholar of various organizations, including the Académie Musicale de Val d’Isère or in 2015, the French American Piano Society which allows her to perform on the New York scene and to perfect with pianists renowned.
Audrey Lonca-Alberto is enriched in her journey of the advice of great musicians and pedagogues such as B. Rigutto, J. Rouvier, C. Desert, F-R. Duchable, P. Devoyon, M. Rudy, D. Rachmanov, J. Swann on piano, and D. Erlih in chamber music.
She recorded for Mezzo (Musicians in the Grass), France Bleu and has been performing since thirteen years as a soloist and chamber musician, in France and abroad, during various festivals such as Young Talents, Sinfonia, Thursdays of the piano (Geneva), Lezard-en-Seine, Afimarte (Madrid), Summer music at the castle of Lourmarin, Music in Valois, etc ..
. She also has the opportunity to play with orchestra, including Beethoven’s first concerto when she is twelve years old, in 2013 the concerto in ground of Ravel under the direction of B. Rossignol, and in 2017 in the integral concertos for two, three and four Bach pianos under the direction of E. Berchot.
Audrey Lonca-Alberto is a laureate of the Banque Populaire Foundation.
Bach concert A minor
Paganini Mose-Fantasia sul G
Chopin nocturne N 21, C minor
Beethoven sonate No 5, F major, op.24
Baghdasaryan rapsodia, nocturne
Komitas krunk , cirani car, al ayluxd
Ani BADAKIAN HOVHANNISYAN
2013 Unite states Agency international développement « USAID »
J’ai reçu un certificat de USAID qui est une qualification pour travailler auprès d’enfants handicapés dans les écoles et les collèges qui a son siège aux USA.
2012 International festival à Berlin de musique young musique classique.
2011 « Traveling Notes » International Music Festival – certificat of excellence
2010 Certificat pour la participation Turkey – Armenia Youth Symphony Orchestra
2009/2010 Diplôme Master’s Degree d musical art instrument performance violon
du Conservatoire de Komitas de Erévan – Arménie
2004/2009 – Diplôme instrumental performance de violon du Conservatoire de Komitas de Erévan – Arménie
1994/2004 – Baccalauréat du collège Tchaïkovsi
2011- 2013 Professeur de violon au Collège de Arnaud Babajanian
2009- 2011 Organisateur de l’école artistiqe de Hrachuhi Jianyan
2005 – 2013 Orchestre de musique Baroque de Erévan – Arm énie
2005 – 2012 Orchestre soliste de Erévan
Serge Sarkis PALOYAN
Born in the upper Rhone Valley in Vienna where he lives today, Sarkis PALOYAN studied music at the Conservatoire de Lyon, learning bass trombone, trumpet, piano and organ. At the age of 15, at the Theater Antique in Vienna, he attended a performance of CARMEN directed by Roberto BENZI … This is the revelation: he will be conductor. “… Work is the best way to achieve self-reliance, aim higher than the mountain to reach the top,” said Abraham ARABIAN, Armenian grandfather of Sarkis. Putting this maxim into application, Sarkis, Serge of his French name, will become not only the famous conductor Serge PALOYAN, but also a composer of great originality, sought for his inventiveness and sensitivity all of refinement. Sarkis is now professor of conducting at the Conservatoire de Rayonnement Régional de Lyon, and directs the Young Symphony Orchestra of Lyon, which brings together new talents from around the world. In the meantime, his steps took him to Prague, Boston and Rochester (USA), Krosno (Poland) and Lviv (Ukraine) where he directed the National Orchestra. Director of music schools in Grigny, La Ciotat, Toulon, Sarkis won the 1st Prize of the International Composition Competition of Avignon and SACEM. Now, Sarkis Paloyan is divided between teaching, composition, and concerts in France, Poland, Armenia, but not only … Collaborations are under construction, with lyric artists and concert players.
Mozart : sonate en la majeur K331
Debussy : Images Livre I
Debussy : Estampes
Rentaro Taki : Grudge (une des premières œuvres pour piano jamais écrites auJapon)
Yoshihiro Kanno; A Particle of Water pour piano et Myochin Hibashi Chopsticks (écrit pour Noriko)
Chopin; : Valse Brillante Op.18
Chopin : Andante Spianato et Grand Polonaise
Noriko Ogawa has achieved considerable renown throughout the world since her success at the Leeds International Piano Competition. Noriko’s “ravishingly poetic playing” (Telegraph) sets her apart from her contemporaries and acclaim for her complete Debussy series with BIS Records, confirms her as a fine Debussy specialist. Her Images Book I and II were chosen as the top recommendation ‘exquisite delicacy’, BBC Radio 3’s CD Review, January 2014. Noriko’s latest recording for BIS records is of solo piano music by Eric Satie.
Noriko appears with all the major European, Japanese and US orchestras including the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra, Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra of Moscow Radio, BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, Czech National Symphony Orchestra, St. Petersburg Symphony Orchestra, as well as the BBC Symphony Orchestra for the world premiere of Richard Dubugnon’s Piano Concerto. Noriko made her BBC Proms debut in August 2013 and appeared again in 2014 with the Endymion Ensemble. She was the Artistic Director for the Reflections on Debussy Festival 2012 at Bridgewater Hall. In 2015 she continued as Associate Artist for Ravel and Rachmaninov Festival.
As a recitalist and chamber musician, with her piano duet partner Kathryn Stott, Noriko has performed Malcolm Arnold’s Concerto for Two Pianos at the 2013 BBC Proms.
Noriko regularly judges the BBC Young Musician, Munich International Piano Competition, Honens International Piano Competition and the Scottish International Piano Competition. Noriko has been appointed as Chairperson of the Jury for Japan’s prestigious 10th Hamamatsu International Piano Competition in 2018.
Noriko’s Japanese translation of Susan Tomes’s book Out of Silence – a pianist’s yearbook has been reprinted due to popular demand.
Noriko is passionate about charity work, after the tsunami in Japan in 2011, she has raised over £40,000 for the British Red Cross Japan Tsunami Fund. Noriko founded Jamie’s Concerts a series for autistic children and parents and is a Cultural Ambassador for the National Autistic Society.
Noriko is a professor at Guildhall School of Music and Drama.