Sunday, April 14 at 3pm Michaël RIEDLER, violon ; Emile CARLIOZ, horn ; Gaspard THOMAS, piano Works by Schumann, Fauré, Brahms
Michaël Riedler discovered the violin at the age of 8 and obtained his musical studies diploma at the age of 16 at the CRR in Paris in the class of Bertrand Cervera then that of Suzanne Gessner.
He is currently studying at the National Conservatory of Music in Paris in the class of Olivier Charlier and Joanna Matkowska.
Michaël has won awards in several international competitions: Flame in 2010 ; in 2014, the Grumiaux competition in Belgium and 1st prize of the Vatelot contest.
Emile Carlioz started the horn at the age of 10 at the Montargis conservatory with Jean-Luc Dion. From a family of musicians, he began to perform as a soloist very early and obtained his “Brevet Départemental” and “DEM Instrumental” in 2012. After 4 years at the Conservatory of the 10th arrondissement with Tristan Aragau, Emile joined the class of Vladimir Dubois at the CRR in Paris in 2015, which allowed him to return to the CNSM in Paris in 2016.
Emile participates in numerous projects with various ensembles: the Paris Orchestra, the Victor Hugo - Franche Comptée Orchestra, the Douai Orchestra or the French Youth Orchestra. In 2015, Emile played in the ranks of Ensemble Parallèle, the concerto for 4 horns by Heinrich Hübler. He is also an active member of the Ile de France Youth Orchestra (OJIF) directed by David Molard, and the Ensemble Nouvelles Portées directed by Marc Hajjar and Victor Jacob. He has been able to perform as a soloist in these orchestras in interesting programs and prestigious venues such as the Philharmonie de Paris, the Théâtre du Nouveau Siècle in Lille, the Konzerthaus Berlin, the Salle Gaveau, the Théâtre du Châtelet , the UNESCO auditorium, the large amphitheater of La Sorbonne.
Gaspard Thomas was admitted in 2016 to the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique in Paris in Claire Desert and Romano PALLOTTINI's Piano Class. Initially graduated from the Regional Conservatory of Poitiers, Gaspard then perfected in Bordeaux followed at Saint-Maur- des-Fossés (class of Christine FONLUPT).
In 2015 he joined the association "Piano Cantabile" (development for young pianists) and in this context, regularly follows the teachings of pianist and concert player Bernard d'ASCOLI. He is also actively supported by the pianist and teacher Emmanuel FERRER, and benefits from the advice of Anne QUEFFELEC, Jean-François HEISSER, Christian IVALDI and Joaquin ACHUCARRO.
In 2017, Gaspard won a Special First Prize at the FLAME Competition and a first prize in the Chopin Category of the Concours de Brest.
“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 ↣