24 january 2025

  • Grande Salle
  • from 5 to 45 €
  • Carte châtelet

The program for this concert includes three highlights: a look at French music from the late 20th and early 20th centuries; a new work by Aline Gorisse, a composer at the Orchestre de chambre de Paris academy (2023-2025); and another early work, premiered in the spring of 1918 in Petrograd, Serge Prokofiev’s Classical Symphony. For once, the Russian composer wrote without the aid of the piano, and in the style of Haydn. Francis Poulenc and Camille Saint-Saëns, on the other hand, honour writing for two pianos in their respective works. This is a mischievous programme, as Éric Satie’s Posthumous Preludes and the Gnossienne, often played and heard at the keyboard, will be presented here in the version for chamber orchestra written by Francis Poulenc. Finally, composer Aline Gorisse offers a foray into mixed music (a blend of electroacoustic and instrumental music): her work examines music in its societal dimension, as well as in the musicalisation of our daily lives.

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