Nicolas Altstaedt  cello
Cyril Poulet  cello
Jean Rondeau  harpsichord
Thomas Dunford  lute

A prince of the cello, an unruly French harpsichord player, a top-flight lute player and one of the latest Baroque violin sensations: simply epic

Jean Rondeau, Nicolas Alstaedt - DR


Costanzi Sinfonia in D major
Vivaldi Sonata RV 40
Costanzi Sonatas in F major and B Flat major
Platti Sonata No. 6
Costanzi Sonatas in B Flat major
Barrière Sonata n° 4

When a prince of the cello meets an unruly French harpsichord player, what do they say to each other? And what if they are joined by the most sensitive lute player of the last ten years and one of the latest Baroque violin sensations? We shall have all the answers on Sunday in this programme which will wend its way freely across eighteenth century Europe from Rome to Leipzig. With these four inspired performers, the seven sonatas specially selected for this event are in safe hands. We believe that the atmosphere and attentive audience which make our Sunday morning concerts so unique will give the musicians the space to hone their music like the finest silversmiths and poets.

  Atelier Jeune Public Comme au cinéma

Unnumbered seating
Under 9 : Free ticket to collect at the control desk on the morning of the concert
Coréalisation Jeanine Roze Production / Théâtre des Champs-Elysées

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