Jean-Baptiste Lully (1632 – 1687)
Marche des turcs (March for the Turkish Ceremony)
Piotr Ilitch Tchaïkovski (1840 – 1893)
La belle au bois dormant (The Sleeping Beauty)
Rebecca Clarke (1886 – 1979)
Lullaby and Grotesque
Bohuslav Martinů (1890 – 1959)
Richard Morton (born in 1928) and Robert Bernard Sherman (1925 – 2012)
Feed the bird
Philip Glass (born in 1937)
Reinhold Glière (1875 – 1956)
Antonio Vivaldi (1678 – 1741)
Coline Verger, violin
Lucie Lacour, cello
The Cabaret of Chamber Music
Saturday July 29th – 16:00 – Benoît’s sawmill
The outcome of a chance meeting between Lucie and Coline, Louko Duo wins first prize for chamber music at the Léopold Bellan competition in Paris, in 2006. The ensemble gives concerts in churches, theatres, performs for prison inmates and appears at festivals. In 2012 and 2016, Louko Duo travels to China to share its experience with Chinese students.
Trained at the Bourgoin-Jallieu Conservatory, Coline completes her higher studies with a gold medal for violin and chamber music, in 1999. The same year, she is awarded a first prize at the Léopold Bellan competition in excellence, in Paris.
In 2004, she sets out for London where she perfects her skills at the Royal Academy of Music. She then moves to Lyon, where she teaches the violin and performs with various ensembles: Itazoï (klezmer-jazz), Lyon Symphonietta (contemporary music)…
Looking for new experiences, she joins the Johann Strauss Orchestra in 2007 and tours the most prestigious venues, from Europe to Australia via North America and Japan. She leaves the orchestra in November 2009 to dedicate herself fully to personal projects.
She now teaches in Paris and the inner suburbs. She is also a member of the Sarcelles Orchestre Symphonique.
Lucie starts training at Privas, and then enrols at the Valence Conservatory, moves on to Villeurbanne and finally the CNR of Lyon, where she completes her studies with degrees in cello, musical theory and chamber music, in 2001.
Lucie has been teaching the cello in several schools of the Lyon area, since 1998.
Moreover, she appears on stage with a number of groups. In September 2008, she joins, as cellist, the Ensemble Relecture et Création directed by Carlos Molina. In 2009, she founds Trio’z, a piano trio with flute and cello with Marjorie Bortolini and Manon Guibert, sometimes thinned to Duo’z, a flute and cello duet. Lucie also explores other repertoires: French songs with the group Ödland, or post-rock music with Jérôme and Lionel Aubernon.
Louko Duo’s web site : loukoduo.free.fr