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XII INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF CLASSICAL MUSIC

PIANINO 2019

CELDA DE FRÉDÉRIC CHOPIN Y GEORGE SAND  CARTUJA DE VALLDEMOSSA

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JUNE · SATURDAY 8 - 20.30H

AKIKO
EBI

PIANO

CHRISTOPHE
COIN

CELLO

 

 

 

 

Concert
"Le salon de musique de
la Baronne de Rothschild"
Presentation of the concert by J. J. Eigeldinger  

 

 

I PART

 

F. CHOPIN / A. FRANCHOMME

Polonaise brillante Op.3 in C Major

  • Introduction - Alla polacca

 

 

A. FRANCHOMME

Nocturne Op.15 n.1

pour violoncelle et piano

 

 

BARONNE NATHANIEL
DE ROTHSCHILD

Pièces pour piano:

  • Núm.1 Nocturne
  • Núm.2 Polka

 

 

A. FRANCHOMME

Sérénade Op.12 pour violoncelle et piano

  • Allegretto
  • Andante con moto
  • Tempo di polacca

 

 

II PART

 

F. CHOPIN / A. FRANCHOMME

Grand duo concertant sur des thèmes de

« Robert le diable » in E Major

 

 

BARONNE NATHANIEL
DE ROTHSCHILD

Deux pièces pour violoncelle et piano

  • Valse N.1
  • Valse N.2

 


F. CHOPIN

Sonate Op.65 pour violoncelle et piano

in G minor

 

 

AKIKO EBI

 

Japanese pianist Akiko Ebi attended the National University of Fine Arts in Tokyo before continuing her studies at the Paris Conservatoire. She launched her international career as winner of the Grand Prix in the Marguerite Long and Jacques Thibaud International Competition in Paris (1975). In 1980, she came fifth in the Chopin Competition in Warsaw. after which Martha Argerich, who was a member of the jury, took patronage over her.


She has performed throughout the world, with such ensembles as the Orchestra of the 18th Century, Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France, all the leading Japanese orchestras and orchestras in Russia, Poland, Slovakia and Argentina, working with such conductors as Brüggen, Skrowaczewski, Janowski, Guschlbauer, Foster and Sado. In addition to two-piano recitals with Martha Argerich, she has collaborated with such distinguished artists as Ivry Gitlis, Augustin Dumay, Régis Pasquier, Angela Hewitt, Michel Dalberto, the Morauges Quintet and the Parisii, Manfred and Via Nova quartets. She appears annually at many prestigious festivals in Europe, Japan and the US.

 

She has recorded Chopin’s complete etudes, preludes, nocturnes and impromptus and also his First Concerto, as well as works by Grieg, Franck, Ravel, Fauré, Webern and others. Made a Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres by the French Government, she is also a recipient of Japan’s prestigious Exxon- Mobile Music Prize. She has been a juror of major international piano competitions, including in Hamamatsu and in Warsaw (Chopin Competition). She is a member of the trust board of the Chopin Society of Japan and committee president of the Yokohama International Piano Competition.

 

 

CHRISTOPHE COIN


Christophe Coin is a French cellist, viola da gamba player and conductor active in the field of historically informed performance. He is the cellist of the Quatuor Mosaïques and is the director of the Ensemble Baroque de Limoges.

 

Born in Caen, Coin studied with Jacques Ripoche. At the Conservatoire de Paris, he studied cello with André Navarra and graduated in 1974. From 1976, he studied on a scholarship in Vienna. He was influenced by Nikolaus Harnoncourt, among others. From 1978, he studied viola da gamba with Jordi Savall at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis.

 

He worked first mainly as a soloist. In 1984, he founded the Mosaïques Ensemble and in 1987 the string quartet Quatuor Mosaïques with Erich Höbarth, Andrea Bischof and Anita Mitterer, all players members of the Concentus Musicus Wien. The quartet has performed mostly works of the classical period on period instruments, with a focus on less known Works. After a 2012 concert in New York, their playing was reviewed as "balancing period instruments and historically informed performance practice with contemporary interpretive impulses like no other". Since 1991, Coin has been director of the Ensemble Baroque de Limoges, for performances of cantatas, oratorio and operas of the 17th and 18th century on period instruments.

 

Since 1988, Coin has been a teacher for Baroque cello and viola da gamba at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique in Paris and at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis. He has organised workshops on the building and playing of historic instruments.
In 1991 he played as part of the sound-track to the French film Tous les Matins du Monde.

 

Coin has recorded some 50 CDs, both as a soloist and with ensembles. Several of them were awarded prizes. He recorded Purcell's trio sonatas and Haydn's cello concertos with Christopher Hogwood. The Quatuor Mosaïques recorded Luigi Boccherini's quintets with Patrick Cohen playing pianoforte. Beginning in 1993, Coin conducted and played Bach's ten cantatas with violoncello piccolo within three years at the church of Ponitz, Thuringia, using its 1737 Gottfried Silbermann organ. Some cantatas feature the Leipziger Concerto Vocale, some the Chœur de Chambre Accentus, all the Ensemble Baroque de Limoges and soloists Barbara Schlick, Andreas Scholl, Christoph Prégardien and Gotthold Schwarz, including Jesu, nun sei gepreiset, BWV 41 for New Year's Day. A review notes: "As the piccolo cello soloist the supremely talented Christophe Coin plays with authority displaying exceptional control of phrasing and dynamics". In 2004, he recorded with the Quatuor Mosaiques Haydn's six string quartets Op. 64.