Friday August 16 9.00 PM / Park of the Castle - Campagne
Orchestre de Chambre Pelléas
Benjamin Lévy : Direction, Louise Chisson : Violin
Ludwig van Beethoven - Violin concerto in D major op.61
Serge Prokofiev - Classical symphony op.25
Ludwig van Beethoven - Les Créatures de Prométhée op.43
Louise Chisson, First Prize of the Concours International des Jeunes Interprètes in Lille, Winner of the Alfredo Zanella violin competition in Bologna, Italy. Prizewinner at the Henryk .Szeryng Competition in Mexico.
Benjamin Lévy, studied at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique in Lyon and Paris. He was awarded the “Musical Revelation Prize” by the French Union of Music Critics and received the “ADAMI - Young Conductor Award”. Founder of the Orchestre de Chambre Pelléas
The Beethoven violin Concerto is contemporaneous with the third and fourth symphonies. The final rondo theme was composed by the first performer: Franz Clement.
The Ballet music "The Creatures of Prometheus" is both experimental (Beethoven has then written only one symphony) and totally stirring in its dramatic strength.
One century after Beethoven, a brilliant young Prokofiev offers in The Classical Symphony, his perspective on the style of his musical ancestors.
Concert organized with the support of General Council of Dordogne, and of the Festival" l’Eté musical en Bergerac"