Recital: Isabelle Durin – violin Maxime Zecchini – piano

Tuesday 5th July, 2022, at 1:15 pm

Retiring Collection

The Programme

Isabelle Durin – violin
Maxime Zecchini – piano

J Kosma

Les feuilles mortes

A Vivaldi

Winter (The Four Seasons)
First movement

F Schubert

Gute Nacht (Winterreise)

P Tchaikovsky

March (The Nutcracker)

A Piazzolla

Invierno Porteño

E Grieg

To the Spring, Op 43
Springtanz, Op 38 No 4

P Tchaikovsky

Waltz of the Flowers (The Nutracker)

A Piazzolla

Primavera Porteña

P Tchaikovsky

Barcarolle ‘June’ Op 37, No 6 (The Seasons)

A Vivaldi

Summer (The Four Seasons)

The Artists

Isabelle Durin obtained her diploma at the CNSM (Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique) of Lyon. She pursued a chamber music program at the CNSM of Paris. This musical itinerary was simultaneously broadened by another university curriculum – more specifically philosophy (a D.E.A. or Certificate of Advanced Study at the Sorbonne, in Paris).

She is member of the National Orchestra of Île-de-France. With the pianist Michaël Ertzscheid, Isabelle Durin released two records – Romantisme hébraïque in 2008 (Jade/Universal) and Mémoire et Cinéma (Paraty/Pias) in 2018 – both praised by the media – that allowed her to meet audiences during numerous concerts in France and aboard, in Paris, Prague, Budapest, Romania, Amsterdam, Miami, Colombia and China.

Maxime Zecchini began a course of study at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique of Lyon, and was accepted into the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique of Paris in Jean-François Heisser’s advanced proficiency class. He is the first French pianist to receive a degree from the prestigious Incontri col Maestro Academy in Imola, Italy. He is winner of the international competition in Arcachon and was awarded the Cziffra Foundation Prize and the Ragusa-Ibla competition.

Maxime won the First Prize by unanimous decision at the international competition at Varenna-Lake Como, and has the label Mission Ministérielle du Centenaire and was also supported by the Bru Zane Foundation of Venice. He has played in numerous festivals, including la Seine Musicale, Salle Gaveau, Châtelet Theater, Beijing Opera, Shanghai Opera, Tchaïkovsky Conservatory in Moscow and Kiev Philharmonie.

His discography includes the first Anthology in the world of the works for the left hand in 10 volumes – piano solo, chamber music and concertos – multi-award-winning (FFFF/Télérama, 4 clés/Diapason, 4 stars/Classica, Le Monde, radio and tv), under the label Advitam Records and distributed Throughout the world by PIAS-Harmonia Mundi.

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