Chamber Music Residency - June 2016
From Paris to Vienna, at the turn of the 20th century, the salons frequented by Claude Debussy, Ernest Chausson, Igor Stravinsky, Anton Webern, Arnold Schoenberg and Alban Berg witnessed the final splendour of a century that was coming to a close, paving the way for a modernity that would permeate the entire 20th century. The first chamber music residency of the summer celebrates this key period in the history of music. It brings together selected ensembles.
Some work sessions may be open to the public.
The residency will give rise to several public performances during the Festival, in Aix-en-Provence and its surroundings.
Master classes and accommodation expenses are covered by the Festival as well as meal allowances.
Travel expenses are to be covered by the participants.
Johannes Meissl, second violin of the Artis Quartet, co-director of the European Chamber Music Academy, artistic director of the Internationale Sommeracademie Prag-Wien-Budapest, deputy director of the Joseph Haydn Chamber Music Institute at the Vienna University
Leah Hausman, choreographer, stage director
- Hanson Quartet
- Quartet Berlin-Tokyo
- Trio Karénine