Sunday, May 19 at 3pm Camille Marouani, flute; Elise Clergue, guitar Works from Pujol, Granados, Villa Lobos, Piazzolla.
The duo : Teachers at Ecole des Arts in Marcoussis, they are eager to look for an eclectic repertoire both in their concerts and in their teaching. They multiply the various projects and present you today a program mixing the composers who worked for the renewal of the traditional Spanish repertoire with Enrique Granados, Brazilian with Heitor Villa-Lobos and Argentineans with Astor Piazzolla and Maximo Diego Pujol.
A graduate of the National Conservatory of Orsay at age 19, Elise Clergue navigates all styles of music performing in classical recitals, rock concerts, with her classical guitar quartet "balance" and Villa Hobo. She multiplies the trips and meetings and specializes in flamenco technique. Passionate about traditional music, she trained in Indian sitar and then in the Celtic Banjo. She teaches guitar in music school and conservatory and participates in many workshops / courses to train future professionals in pedagogy and music education.
Camille Marouani won a first flute prize at the CRR Boulogne-Billancourt, in the class of Céline Nessi in 2000. She perfected with Philippe Pierlot, and with Gilles Burgos and she won a first prize for perfection. In 2004, she founded the Duo Character, flute and harp, as well as a show with actress for young audiences and regularly performs in the Paris region. At the same time, she won a piccolo prize with Pierre Dumail. She widened the scope of her studies to the practice of early music with Valérie Balssa and rewarded with a prize of perfection of the Department of Early Music of Orsay. She is passionate about contemporary creation as well as jazz, founding in 2006 the Latin Side Trio gathering flute, percussion and piano, and collaborating with the singer Pauline Paris. Chamber music and orchestral music complete her remarkably eclectic field of musical interest, ranging from the Pergolese concerto soloist, to Stravinsky's Rite of Spring with the Sostenuto orchestra ... Holder of the State Diploma, she teaches flute for School of Arts Marcoussis, her activities are divided between instruction and concerts.
“Les Dimanches Musicaux”, a series of free concerts organised by the Cathedral's musical association Les Arts George V, take place at the Cathedral on most Sundays throughout the year from September to November and from January to June. Concerts begin at 15H00 and last for approximately 50 minutes. Entry is free but donations are strongly encouraged! Read more on the LAGV website ↣