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– What attracted you to music?
“I come from Épehy, on the Somme, where my whole family made music. When I was very young I attended the rehearsals of the orchestra conducted by my uncle. At the age of 10 I started playing the trumpet and by chance I switched to the trumpet, simply because my uncle’s orchestra had no trumpeter. This allowed me to enter the Cambrai Conservatory and then go deeper into musical studies. It was at the Rueil-Malmaison conservatory that I won a prize for horn. It was only around the age of 18 that I started to envision myself doing my job because, originally, I wanted to become a surveyor. It was in September 2005 that I replaced Gilles Lerouge at Caudry. »
– How will this musical day be organized on Sunday, May 1?
“It will start around 10:15 a.m. at the Jubilee, near the bus station. The procession will then head down rue de Dunkirk, past the Grand-Place, place Eugène-Fiévet and then rue de Saint-Quentin to the job market where the procession will stop. The harmony concert and drum fanfare will take place at the Caudry theater starting at 4:00 p.m. »
– What will the program be?
“It will be a completely new program with original pieces for concert band such as Diogenes by Jacob de Haan, one of the most difficult pieces to perform due to its many changes of rhythm. We will also perform film music such as The Hunger Gamesmusic from series like Mannix. We will also make transcriptions of classic works like Tchaikovsky and very festive pieces like Carnival Y Disk. In total, fifty musicians will take to the stage for this beautiful musical moment. »
At the Caudry theater this Sunday, May 1 at 4:00 p.m. Admission is free.
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