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are soloists and concert performers with an
international reputation and career or
younger talents with several international prizes
:pianists, violinists, violists, cellists, flautists,
oboists, bassoonists, clarinetists, saxophonists,
trumpeters, trombonists, horn-players, guitarists,
harpists, organists, harpsichordists, percussionists,
conductors, choir master, sopranos, tenors, baritones,
You will find in the following list, several examples of artists that MEDIAMUSIC-consulting.com can propose...
International well-known artists...
Bernard RINGUEISSEN (pianist):French concert performer, he studied with Marguerite Long and Jacques Fevrier at the National Superior Conservatory of Paris where he got his first prize of piano at the age of sixteen. Prize Frederic Chopin in Warsaw, Prize Long-Thibault in Paris, Prize Villa-Lobos, Prix of Geneva, he started an international career of worldwide soloist, with leading international orchestras, such as Orchestre de Paris, Gewand-hausorchester Leipzig, Berlin Symphonikern, Warsaw Philharmonic...He gives masters-class as guest professor at Mozarteum in Salzbourg and at the summer international academy of music of Weimar and he's member of the jury of several international competition such as the Schumann competitions in Zwickau, Brahms competition in Hambourg, Chopin competition in Warsaw...his recordings includes works by Saint-Seans, Poulenc, Stravinsky, Chausson, Alkan...
FRANÇOIS-HENRI HOUBART (Organist of the Madeleine church in Paris) Born at Orléans on December 26 th 1952. Musical Studies organ and improvisation with Pierre COCHEREAU, Michel CHAPUIS and Suzanne CHAISEMARTIN harmony and counterpoint with Pierre LANTIER. Winner of the Lyon International Improvisation Prize in 1978.Soloist with Radio-France ; he has taken part, equally, in many TV programmes. In February 1979 he succeeded renowned musicians such as SaintSaëns and Fauré to the post of organist of the great organ of the Madeleine church in Paris. Organ teacher at the Orleans and Rueil-Malmaison academies of music.Member of the Committee responsible for organs unclassified by the Minister of Culture. Besides performing in numerous concerts and recitals, principally at large festivals, he has played in the U.S.A., Japan and Canada. He appears regularly with orchestras and choirs, either as a soloist. His répertoire extends from Rennaissance music to contemporary music (several productions). With a considérable recording history (discographie) acclaimed unanimously by the critics, he was awarded BEST COMPACTDISC OF THE YEAR by the famous NEW YORK TIMES in 1987.
Author of a work on the organs of Orleans Cathedral.
Chantal RIOU (pianist) : She was one of the youngest talents of her generation ; she has been accepted at the National Superior Conservatory of Paris at the age of eleven. She studied piano with Jean Doyen and received a First Prize, harmony with Pierre Lantier, Jacques Casterede, chamber music with Jean Hubeau and Jacques Fevrier. Then, she studied with Annie D'Arco in order to prepare international competition. She won several Prizes : International Competition of Epinal (France), International Competition of "Casella" in Naples (Italy), International Competition of Maria Canals in Barcelona, Ravel Prize, First Prize Marguerite Long in Paris, Cziffra Fondation prize winner, Soloist of the Radio France Orchestra, she has very often recorded for french and foreign radios...
Mathilde CARRE (pianist) : She was born in Besançon (France) and trained at the Ecole Normale de Musique A. Cortot in Paris under the supervision of Germaine MOUNIER. She also followed the teaching of Jean-Marc LUISADA , Joachim ACHUCCARO and Roger MURARO. She has won a number of international prizes (Grand Prix at the Concours International Sofia Competition in 1998, with a special Chopin Prize; Ibla Grand Prize 2001 (most distinguished artist), with a Mozart Award and Chopin Award; Laureate of the London International Music Competition 2001). She has given concerts in Britain (St Johns, Smith Square, St Martin-in-the-Fields, London; Tyne Festival, Newcastle), Belgium (Festival d'Horrues), Bulgaria (Bulgaria Hall, Sofia), South Korea (Festival of Iksan,1998, 1999, 2000), France (Salle Molière, Lyon), Italie et Suisse, for the Janus Foundation. March 2002 was a turning point in her career, as she was invited to play in New York at the Lincoln Center (Alice Tully Hall), and in Tokyo (Opera-City Concert Hall). Her first great recital in Paris was given at the 19th Festival Chopin at Bagatelle in 2002. It was unanimously praised by the public and press (see Les Coups de Cur" in La Lettre du Musicien, and article in Piano Le magazine in the series Les grands pianistes de demain (november-décembre 2002). Sponsored by the CIAL-CIC Bank, she recorded her first CD with a programme including works by Chopin, Listz, Fauré and Granados, under the artistic supervision of Philippe Olivier. This record is distributed via Piano Le Magazine n°35.
Mathilde Carré has recently signed in with ANIMA Records for a Chopin CD due out in June 2005.
CHEVLIAKOV (organist), Nicolas ONG