Trio Symbiosis - A journey in Klezmer music

Saturday 8 June at 7pm

Journey into Klezmer music by the Symbiosis trio (Martin Alecian, Justin Le Roux, Hadrien Pichon): tribute to Giora, Feidman de Kovacs...

About the tro Symbiosis:

Justin Le Roux began playing the clarinet with his mother at the age of 8. Passionate about

music, he joined the Conservatoire à Rayonnement Régional de Caen in 2015 in the

Sylvie Manautines' class, where he obtained his Diplôme d'Etudes Musicales in 2020.

After completing a comprehensive course of study in a specialised music curriculum

for 5 years, he decided to specialise by obtaining his degree in ethnomusicology at

at the University of Paris-Nanterre, while training as a clarinettist in the class of

Claire Vergnory and Florent Pujuila at the Conservatoire de Rueil-Malmaison.

He is currently studying bass clarinet at the Conservatoire Régional de Paris with

Bruno Martinez, and has just joined the music of the Garde Républicaine.

He has already been able to take part in professional projects such as the Nutcracker tour in France.

2021, taking part in a number of master classes (with Philippe Hersant, Thierry Escaich,

Thierry Pécou, Alvaro Oviedo, Martin Matalon), and has performed on several occasions as part of the


He is also a prizewinner in national competitions such as the 'Clarinette en Picardie' competition in Amiens, and Fabrice Touchard's 'Association Française et Européenne de Musique' competition in Bardouville.

Hadrien Pichon began playing the piano at the age of 11 on the island of Margarita, in the United States.

Venezuela. Initially self-taught, he followed intensive courses at a school of

music in Caracas, where he won his first national competition two years later.

The following year, Hadrien performed with the San Antonio de los Altos Orchestra,

performing Mozart's 6th Concerto.

In 2016, after winning his second national competition, he moved to Paris and started his own company.

joins the class of Rena Shereshevskaya, a renowned Franco-Russian teacher

international, with which he obtained his DEM, and his advanced training award

at the CRR in Rueil-Malmaison.

Throughout his apprenticeship, Hadrien regularly benefited from

Masterclasses, notably with Laurent Cabasso and Hortense Cartier-Bresson,

Jonas Vitaud, Alissa Zoubritski, Gaspard Dehaene and Bernard d'Ascoli.

Last summer, Hadrien played Rachmaninov's 2nd Concerto accompanied by

the Côte de Nacre Academy Orchestra.

He is now in the process of obtaining his Artist Diploma from the Ecole Normale Alfred Cortot.

and is preparing for international competitions.

Martin Alecian, a CPES student at the crr in Rueil-Malmaison, has been studying this subject for 11 years.

the clarinet in a number of conservatories and with a number of musicians.

various teachers such as Ms Emmanuelle Leventoux, Mr Louis-Vincent

Bruère, Jean-Marc Fessard and, more recently, Claire Voisin.

Following a classical French academic education, at the age of

At the age of 14, he developed a passion for Klezmer music, drawing a great deal of his inspiration from the music of the French Alps.

of Giora Feidman and Yom, he created his own group in 2021 and set about

composition. Later, like many others, he decided to share this passion and began to

teaching as a substitute before settling here at the conservatoire

Rachmaninov. Many of his pupils went on to study at regional conservatoires or in special music classes.

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