"Les Soirées Musicales de Grimaud"
"Viva Rossini ! "
Stéphane RULLIERE (violin), Daniel DATO (viola) , Eric Courrèges (cello), Philippe DePetris (flute)
Program: Sonatas No. 1 in G major , No. 2 in A major , No. 3 in B flat major and No. 4 in D major by Gioacchino Rossini ( 1792-1868 )
Rossini was only 12 years old when he composed in 1804 and in three days , his " Sonata a quattro " originally written for two violins, cello and bass. Although the gallant spirit of the eighteenth century there is still present, the future opera composer says it already . These six pieces were composed for the merchant and landowner Triossi Agostino , in the summer of 1804 to Conventello near Ravenna . These sonatas show a remarkable mastery of form and ease amazing contrasts in sound composer 12 years. They also reveal an instinctive sense of rhythm where good humor alongside a lyricism that announces style in which it will blossom with happiness and universal will .
Their great technical difficulty and virtuoso passages they contain announce the characteristics of future compositions.
In this version for flute and string trio , seduction and charm and depth of the writing enable a fruitful dialogue between the strings and flute whose sounds complement each other harmoniously . In these pieces that make up a festive program , sensitive and virtuoso quartet with flute distinguished itself through a unique combination of stamps , bridal flute with strings providing enrichment color , sound open and expressive freedom of breath.
A concert by four talented performers.
18h - Eglise Saint Michel - From 17 to 22 €