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Les Dimanches Musicaux: Duo flûte traversière et piano


Sunday April 7 at 3pm Myriam Hyolle - flute and Chinami Araï - piano Works by Saint-Saëns, Fauré, Roussel and Milhaud

Hyolle and Araï form a Duo specialized in French music and more specifically in Impressionist music, a predominant musical trend in the years 1890-1920. This period is particularly suited to the flute whose expressive richness and virtuosity inspired composers such as Fauré, Roussel, Debussy, Ravel....

The Duo has been playing for a few years in the Parisian and Ile de France theaters.

After studying in JAPAN, Chinami ARAÏ graduated in 1983 from Bruno RIGUTTO as a top concertist and first prize at MAINCHINI national competition in JAPAN. Holder of the DIPLOME OF STATE, she teaches at the C.R.C of Fontainebleau (Seine et Marne). Parallel to teaching she performs as a soloist: CORTOT room, Theater De Fontainebleau, as well as in chamber music with the trios CAPPA, HELIOS. Founder of Encuentro tango quintet with Véronique Rioux and Angelo Pétronio (composer).

Myriam HYOLLE studied at CNR D'Aubervilliers la Courneuve where she won 5 prizes including a first flute award (1979) and a first chamber music prize (1980). She is also a member of SACEM as a composer.

Holder of the DIPLOME OF STATE, she teaches at CRI Montgeron (Essonne) since 1982. Concerts with the ensemble Constance (flute, reciting and percussion) in Parisian theaters; Cortot, Adyar, Gaveau. Numerous concerts (radio, television, festivals concerts of (Proumessac) with the FLUTE ORCHESTRA (direction Bernard Wystraete) from 1987 to 1998. Composer and arranger of "STATION OPERA" opera rock in residence from 2014 to 2017 in collaboration and with the students of the conservatory of music of Montgeron subsidized by the community of agglomeration Val d'Yerres / Val de seine. Four major shows (2017) will be presented at the Astral de Montgeron.

“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