French pianist Jean-Louis Haguenauer will visit Jakarta and perform at the Soehanna Hall (Energy Building) on Sunday, 5th of June at 4 p.m. This concert is made possible through the collaboration between Institut Francais d’Indonesie (IFI), The Ananda Sukarlan Center and Soehanna Hall.
Jean-Louis Haguenauer has performed extensively throughout Europe and the United States, appearing as a soloist on virtually every important concert series in France performing often on Radio France and French national television. Haguenauer has also participated in numerous summer festivals including La Roque d’Anthéron, Radio-France Montpellier, Jacobins de Toulouse, Orangerie de Sceaux, les Arcs, Library of Congress Summer Chamber Festival, and Kreeger Museum Chamber Festival.
Renowned as an interpreter of the French repertoire, Haguenauer has recorded the bulk of Debussy’s piano music as well as solo repertoire by Liszt, chamber music by Weber, Bloch, Berlioz, Ropartz, Stravinsky, Denisov and Liszt’s transcriptions of Schumann songs and of Beethoven’s Third Symphony. His complete recording of Debussy’s melodies, with some of the best French singers of our time, has just been released in celebration of Debussy’s 150th
birthday. Haguenauer was the subject of the feature film La Spirale du Pianiste, which continues to be shown in French theaters. It seems appropriate that this highly recommended concert features an exclusively Debussy program.
5 June – 3pm
Soehanna Hall, The Energy Building SCBD Lot 11 A
Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav. 52-53
Rp 100.000 ; Rp 75.000 (Students)
0818 891 038; [email protected]
French-Haitian pianist Célimène Daudet was a prize winner at the International Competition Jean Francaix in Paris, the international competition of the FNAPEC “Ensemble Music”, the Val d’Isère International competition and of the Pro Musicis International Prize. She performs as soloist throughout Europe, Asia and North America and her latest engagements include concert performances in New York, Jerusalem, South America, Vietnam and Germany. Highlights include her Châtelet Debut in Paris as well as her Carnegie Hall Debut in New York.
Also an acclaimed recording artist, Célimène Daudet’s first solo album “A tribute to Bach” as well as her latest release “Art of Fugue” have been praised by the French and foreign press and received numerous awards.
The program for her concert in Jakarta includes “Bénédiction de Dieu dans la Solitude” (Liszt), “Fantasia Baetica” (de Falla), “3 Preludes” (Debussy), and Concierto de Aranjuez (Rodrigo) with Indonesian guitarist Sudirman Leman.
Sudirman studied at the University of Music and Dramatic Arts in Graz, under the well-known Austrian Pedagogue, Prof. Dr.Leo Witoszynskyj and with Alvaro Pierri at the University of Music in Vienna. During his time in Europe, he also participated in Master classes held by distinguished Artists such as David Russel (Scotland/Spain), Eliot Fisk (USA), Leo Brouwer (Cuba), Gerard Abiton (France) and Eduardo Fernandez (Uruguay) and earned their praise as a talented Musician.
He established the Gitanada School of Music in 2003 and sits as the Director of the school where he currently focuses most of his time. Quite a few Gitanada alumni have managed to enter music conservatories in Europe. His recordings have been produced by NuVerve Music Entertainment.
16 June, 8pm
The Darmawangsa, Jakarta
0812 8608 2281