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2019 Chamber music residency
Violinists András Keller and David Alberman combine their talents as artists and tutors for the benefit of young ensembles – string quartets and piano trios – seeking to refine their approach to all repertoires, from classic to contemporary music. This residency is the ideal opportunity to open up to contemporary creation and get to grips with new languages by working alongside today's composers.
With the complicity of Mark Withers, the residency also offers the opportunity for outreach work in order to raise the public’s awareness of how chamber music is listened to and practised.
The ensembles will also benefit from wise advice on career development. The Christiane Louis's specialist expertise covers all the practical aspects that an ensemble might expect to deal with: self-promotional communication, development, dissemination, etc.
András Keller — Violonist (Keller Quartet)
David Alberman — Violonist (Arditti Quartet)
Mark Withers — Artistic and education projects leader at the London Symphony Orchestra Discovery & for the outreach skills workshops of the Académie du Festival d'Aix
Christiane Louis — Instructor in artistic entrepreneurship at the Philharmonie de Paris
Some work sessions (held in English) may be open to the public.
The residency will give rise to public concerts and events in June and July, in Aix-en-Provence and the surrounding area. Educational meetings will be organised in conjunction with the Festival’s Passerelles services.
AGATE QUARTET (Berlin)
Adrien Jurkovic (France) — violin
Thomas Decamps (France) — violin
Raphaël Pagnon (France) — alto
Simon Iachemet (France) — cello
AUNER QUARTET (Vienna)
Daniel Auner (Austria) — violin
Barbara Galante Auner (Brasil) — violin
Nikita Gerkusov (Russia) — alto
Konstantin Zelenin (Bielorussia) — cello
ELMIRE QUARTET (Paris)
Cyprien Brod (France) — violin
Khoa-Nam Nguyen (France) — violin
Issey Nadaud (France) — alto
Rémi Carlon (France) — cello
SELINI QUARTET (Vienna)
Nadia Kalmykova (Russia / Norway) — violin
Liubov Kalmykova (Russia / Norway) — violin
Loredana Apetrei (Roumania) — alto
Loukia Loulaki (Greece) — cello