Festival Lille Clef de Soleil

Artist Category: Piano

Romain Hervé

Romain Herve

Heir to the poetic school of the French piano, formed by the disciples of Alfred Cortot (Pierre Froment) and Samson François (Bruno Rigutto), he obtained after a solid training (piano, chamber music, analysis, sight reading , harmony, improvisation) at the CNSMD in Paris, the diploma of superior training “piano and chamber music mention Très bien” […]

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Dana Ciocarlie

Dana Ciocarlie

Trained at the sources of the Romanian piano school such as Dinu Lipatti, Clara Haskil and Radu Lupu, Dana Ciocarlie also studied in Paris with Victoria Melki at the Ecole Normale de Musique and followed the advanced training cycle of the National Conservatory of Music. Music in the classes of Dominique Merlet and Georges Pludermacher. […]

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Marie-Josèphe Jude

Marie-Josèphe Jude ©manas

Marie-Josèphe Jude begins the piano at the Conservatory of Nice with Anne Queffélec while receiving advice from Gyorgy Cziffra. In 1981, at age 13, she entered the National Conservatory of Music and Dance of Paris, in the piano classes of Aldo Ciccolini and chamber music Jean Hubeau. She was only 16 when Marie-Josèphe Jude won, […]

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Pascal Thibaux

Pascal Thibaux

Pascal Thibaux obtained the Gold Medal of the Conservatoire de Tourcoing (France). He continued his studies at the Brussels Conservatory where he obtained a First Prize and a Higher Diploma in piano and chamber music. Benefiting from the teaching of Roberte Mamou, pedagogue and concertist of great renown, he won first prize in the contest […]

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Marylin Frascone

Marylin Frascone

Prized by the press and compared to Martha Argerich, Marylin Frascone is recognized by her deeply poetic musical imagination. Her extraordinary artistic charisma and instrumental skill developed under the influence of two cultures: France, where she took her first piano lessons at Ecole Normale A.Cortot de Paris with Annie d’Arco and Vadim Sakharov, then Russia, […]

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Tereza Janina Czekaj

Teresa Janina Czekaj

Teresa Janina Czekaj was educated in Poland, at the Łódź Academy of Music, in the piano class of Professor Zbigniew Szymonowicz, winner of the 1949 Chopin Competition. After working for a few years as an assistant at this institution of higher education, she obtained a scholarship from the French government to continue her studies at […]

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Françoise de Clossey

Francoise De Clossey

Born in Montreal, Françoise de Clossey graduated in 1996 from the University of Montreal under the direction of Natalie Pepin, then went on to study contemporary music with the founder of the Nouvel Ensemble Moderne, Lorraine Vaillancourt. Winner of many competitions from an early age and winner of the Quebec Music Competition in 1992 and […]

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André Ristic

Andre Ristic

The spirit that emanates from the music of André Ristic is at once lively, broad and fundamentally original. Also a pianist, accordionist and music theorist, trained in mathematics, he manipulates musical language as a virtuoso of combinatorics with, as a tool of choice, humor. A life-saving humor that reinvents the world, redefines reality so that […]

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Myriam Farid

Myriad Farid

Born in Kinshasa (Congo) to Egyptian parents, Myriam Farid immigrated to Quebec at a very young age, where she began her musical studies at the Conservatoire de musique du Québec in Val-D’Or. After studying in Paris, she returned to Quebec where she obtained a master’s degree in performance and chamber music from the Conservatoire de […]

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Sihen Song

Siheng Song

Siheng Song, born in 1982 in Shanghai, is a young Chinese pianist living in France. He obtained a concert diploma at the Alfred-Cortot Normal School of Music in Paris and was a pupil of Olivier Gardon at the National Conservatory of Music in Paris. In 2004, he won the first Grand Prix at the Marguerite […]

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