Discover “A history of fashion” in music at the CRR in Paris! | Galliera Palace

The Palais Galliera invited the Conservatoire à Rayonnement Régional de Paris to celebrate, with music, the end of its first tour of the collections.

Our first collection route will close its doors soon on June 26th. For their last night, on Thursday, June 23, 2022, starting at 6:00 p.m., the students of the Conservatoire à Rayonnement Régional de Paris music section will perform a series of mini-concerts that will dialogue with the museum’s collections. That night, the public will have the opportunity to discover, during their visit, a history of fashion through the collections of the Palais Galliera and a history of music through pieces by Bach, Telemann, Paganini, Piazzolla, Brahams, Mazas , Pane, Jolivet or even Granados, performed in the rooms on the ground floor and in the museum courtyard.

The event is free, upon presentation of the ticket to the museum exhibitions and within the limit of available seats.

> In the program:

► 6pm, 17th century section (garden level) : Enrique GRANADOS, Spanish dances for two flutes and guitar – Oriental No. 2 / No. 12 Arabesque
Giovanna Finardi, flute
Tristan Michel, flute
Alexander Rostaing, guitar

► 6 p.m., patio: Oscar PANEL, rambling and tango
Alice Ouary, accordion
Émilie Delapierre, accordion

► 6:15 p.m., courtyard : JOLIVET, Sonatina for flute and clarinet
Floriane Catalanotti, flute
Elisee Defaut, clarinet

► 18:30, Section 19 (Garden Level) : Jacques Féréol MAZAS, duo – I. Allegro moderate / II. Menuetto Allegro non troppo / Polish moderate third
Liel Banchi, Maelys Lauriac, violins
Jacques Féréol MAZAS, Duet – I. Allegro grazioso / II. Funny Walking Romance / III. allegretto dance tune
Constance Vergne, Nao Martínez, violins

6:50 p.m., courtyard : JOLIVET, Sonatina for flute and clarinet
Floriane Catalanotti, flute
Elisee Defaut, clarinet

► 7:05 p.m., 18th century section (ground floor) : TELEMANN, Sonata TWV 51 in E minor
Baptiste Erard, guitar
Oreade Matheron, violin

►7:20 p.m., 19th century section (garden level) : PAGANINI, singable
Baptiste Erard, guitar
Oreade Matheron, violin

►19:30, courtyard : Johannes BRAHMS, Quintet for Clarinet and Strings in B minor Op. 115
Chiara Rolland, clarinet
Baptiste Leblanc, violin
Clementine Gaumard, violin
Emilia Martinez Peretti, viola
Aram Musco, cello

► 7:45 p.m., 20th century section (ground floor) : PIAZZOLLA, History of Tango for flute and guitar
Giovanna Finardi, flute
Tristan Michel, flute
Alexander Rostaing, guitar

► 8:10 p.m., 18th century section (garden level) : Johann Sebastian Bach, Passacaglia and Fugue BWV 582
Alice Ouary, accordion
Émilie Delapierre, accordion

► 8:20 p.m., courtyard : Johannes BRAHMS, Quintet for Clarinet and Strings in B minor Op. 115
Chiara Rolland, clarinet
Baptiste Leblanc, violin
Clementine Gaumard, violin
Emilia Martinez Peretti, viola
Aram Musco, cello

► 8:30 p.m., courtyard : César GUERRA-PEIXE, Em Duas Flutes for two flutes – I. Prelude / II. Valsinha / third Afro Sophisticated / IV. song / V.Frevo
Giovanna Finardi, flute
Tristan Michel, flute

> About the Regional Conservatory of Paris:

The Conservatoire à Rayonnement Régional (CRR) de Paris is a cultural institution of the City of Paris that is part of the network of Parisian conservatories and offers specialized teaching in dance, music and theater. Its training offer is very wide with more than 70 main disciplines and preparation for higher education. These classes work synergistically on many art projects.

It welcomes 1750 pupils and students supervised by 300 teachers; In terms of disciplines, its educational offer is the widest on a national level and its reputation has been built on teaching excellence adapted to the expectations of both future great fans and future performing arts professionals. Internationally recognized, it attracts an average of 400 foreign students of 41 different nationalities.

In addition to its teaching activity, the Paris CRR presents a rich cultural season of 400 public and free events between September and June. To open the projects to the widest possible horizons, many partnerships are developed in both the cultural and social fields. This is the second time that the Palais Galliera has invited the Paris CRR to come to the museum to animate its program, at the time of a mini-event that brings together fashion and dance or music.

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