Julien Braidi piano recital

Friday 24 May at 7 pm On the programme: Schubert, Debussy, Rachmaninoff...

Julien Braidi started playing the instrument at the tender age of 6, but it wasn't until very late in life that he was able to take up the instrument.
- at the age of 20 - that he decided to become a professional musician. While studying for a degree in
Law in Paris, he enrolled at the Serge Rachmaninoff Russian Conservatoire in Paris, where he worked as a soloist for several years.
with Olga Karnaukhova. Three years later, her degree in French Common Law in
He went on to study at Geneva's Haute école de musique (HEM), graduating in 2019 with a Bachelors of Music degree.
Bachelor of Arts and the Maurice d'Espine Special Prize. Julien holds two
masters at the CNSM in Paris and at the Mozarteum in Salzburg, where he worked with
Jacques Rouvier. Julien performs regularly on stage, whether in solo recitals, as part of a group or as a soloist.
chamber music or with orchestra, at the Eglise Saint-Merry, Salle Cortot, Eglise Saint-
Ephrem in Paris, at the Ernest Ansermet studio, the Villa Esprit, Galerie d'Art Aulos in Geneva, at
Évian, but also in Moscow, Saint Petersburg and Kirov with the orchestra
philharmonic. He has also had the opportunity to perform on Swiss radio RTS. He has been
winner of international competitions. In addition to his passion for transmitting music on stage, he
is also passionate about teaching at all levels. To this end, he is in the process of
is currently completing a Master's degree in music pedagogy at the Haute école de musique de


Franz Schubert: Fantasy in C major, Op.15, known as the "Wanderer Fantasy
1. Allegro con fuoco ma non troppo
2. Adagio
3. Presto
4. Allegro

Frédéric Chopin: 4th Ballade in F minor, Op.52.

Claude Debussy: - La terrasse des audiences du clair de lune
- La puerta del Vino
- Ondine

Serge Rachmaninoff: Six musical moments, Op.16
1. Andantino
2. Allegro (2nd version revised by the composer)
3. Andante cantabile
4. Presto
5. Adagio sostenuto
6. Maestoso

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