Festival Lille Clef de Soleil

Artist Category: Cello

Silvia Chiesa

Silvia Chiesa

“Passionate” (Sole 24 Ore), “Convincing” (American Record Guide), “Rich Personality” (Diapason). Italian cellist Silvia Chiesa has won over the public and critics with her brilliant career, which has made her one of the most beloved cellists. She tours regularly in Europe and also in China, the United States, Australia, Africa and Russia. His extensive repertoire […]

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Sonia Wieder-Atherton

Sonia Wieder-Atherton

Sonia Wieder-Atherton has always sought to make music an open language to the world. It is this research that has led him over time from one repertoire to another, from discovery to discovery. In a permanent exploration. Turning and turning the trajectories, deviating borders, thwarting presuppositions in a tireless search for meaning. She was born […]

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Alexandre Dmitriev

Alexandre Dimitriev

Alexander Dmitriev was born in Kiev (Ukraine). He began studying cello at the age of six. In 1981, completed his studies at the Special School of Music “gifted children” of the Kiev Conservatory. The same year, he passed the entrance examination at the Gnessin National Superior Conservatory in Moscow where the cellist improved his perfection […]

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Emmanuelle Bertrand

Emmanuelle Bertrand

“The French cello has its muse, her name is Emmanuelle Bertrand” – Diapason, December 2015. By her own admission, Emmanuelle Bertrand is not one of those competition beasts who are getting bored with the race for international prizes. And yet … Graduate of the Conservatoires Supérieur de Lyon and Paris, laureate of the Rostropovitch International […]

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Sébastien Van Kuijk

Sebastian Van Kuijk ©Caterina-Zalewska

3rd Prize of the International Competition of Young Concertists in Douai, 2nd Grand Prix and Special Prize Gustav Mahler of the International Competition “Prague Spring 2000”, Award of the Best Hope offered by SACEM at the 7th International Competition of Cello Rostropovich, 5th Prize of the International Competition Pablo Casals cello in Kronberg / Frankfurt […]

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Jean-Paul Dessy

Jean Paul Dessy ©Isabelle Francaix

Composer, conductor and cellist, Jean-Paul Dessy also holds a Master’s degree in Philosophy and Letters. He has directed over one hundred and twenty world premieres and recorded more than fifty CDs of contemporary classical music, receiving multiple awards (Le Cloc du Monde de la Musique and Classica, the five stars of BBC Magazine, etc.). Composer […]

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Suzanne Ramon

Violoncelle

Child prodigy born in Budapest, Suzanne Ramon plays at age 8 on Hungarian Radio. At 10, she won the Béla Bartok Prize. At 13, she played Schumann’s Concerto in Tel Aviv, and a year later she graduated from the Tel Aviv Academy. André Navarra having heard it during a recital, invites him to Paris, where […]

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