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The Conservatoire reinvents the Salons Rachmaninoff


discoveries and encounters

In 2022, in connection with his legacy, The Conservatoire reinvents the Salons Rachmaninoffmusical evenings featuring performances by emerging and internationally renowned musicians in intimate formats, conducive to transmission and sharing.

The concert halls of the town house of the Rachmaninoff Conservatory The concerts take place in an intimate setting, offering ideal proximity to the musicians. The set design of the concerts is designed to encourage optimum listening quality, with the emphasis on sharing emotions.

Chamber music, piano recitals and opera concerts bring together ensembles and soloists of international renown to perform intimate pieces from a vast repertoire ranging from the baroque to the contemporary. After Michel Dalberto, Adam Laloum, Henri Demarquette, Christophe Morin, Vincent Alberola and the Confluence Quartet in 2022, the 2023 programme presents Alexei Lubimov, Georges Lepauw, Christophe Morin, Pierre Fouchenneret, Violaine Despeyroux, David Saudubray, the winners of the Enesco Competition, Irina Lankova, but also winners of international competitionssuch as Noah Kim, in partnership with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and young hopefuls such as Giorgi Krizhnenko and Julien Braidi.

And from September, "Les Voix de l'Exil" by François Pineau Benois and Jasmina Kulaglich, Hee Young Lim and Kei Saotome, Evelyne Berezovsky, Elizaveta Frolova, Alexandre Karpeyev, Swetlana Meerman Muret, to discover lesser-known composers and magnificent more confidential pieces by emblematic composers of the great classical and romantic repertoire.

The programme

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