(Français) Les Timbres


Programme

 

Music tournament

The idea is to let you choose among the four great musical nations: France, Germany, England and Italy.

The first part of the concert will allow you to select the two finalists. In the second part, you will choose the winner,  the country to become “Valloire Baroque’s Favourite Nation”.

 

Semi-final

Italy

Arcangelo Corelli (1653-1713)

Sonata da chiesa in G major op.1 nº 9, Allegro – Adagio, Allegro, Adagio, Allegro – Adagio

Germany

Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767)

Fantasia n° 10 in A minor, TWV 40:11 Fantasia

Trio n°2, from “Six trio sonatas”, in A minor, TWV 42:a1, Affettuoso, Vivace

France

Marin Marais (1656-1728)

Livre de Pièces de Viole IV (Paris, 1717), Prélude en harpègement ;

Pièces en Trio, Suite II Prélude, Petite Passacaille

England

Henry Purcell (1659-1795)

Prelude, Sonata 6, from “Ten sonatas in four parts”

 

Les Timbres and Harmonia Lenis

Maite Larburu, violin

Kenichi Mizuuchi, recorder

Myriam Rignol, viola da gamba

Julien Wolfs, organ and harpsichord

Tournoi musical

Friday July 27th  – 21:00 – Salle Gabriel Julliard

 

Les Timbres

Les Timbres is a trio of soloists founded in 2007 by three musicians, with each a different background: Japanese violinist Yoko Kawakubo, French viola da gamba player Myriam Rignol and Belgian harpsichordist Julien Wolfs. They often meet with other artists, working together on various projects, all focused on research, creation and transmission. The musicians of Les Timbres offer their personal vision of the repertoire, while also fine-tuning their approach of chamber music work, exploring colours, reliance, improvisation, etc…
Their recordings always receive unanimous acclaim from both the public and music critics. They notably garnered a diapason d’or in 2014 for their recording of Jean-Philippe Rameau’s Pièces de Clavecin en Concerts.
Les Timbres obtained a Master in Chamber Music, with honours, at the Lyon CNSMD. If never oblivious of their demanding concert careers, they are also committed to their mission of artistic transmission. They are all currently teaching at renowned music schools, all the while devising programmes for educational concerts.
The ensemble has regularly received awards at a number of international chamber music competitions, regularly winning the Audience Award. They perform in concerts in all of Europe and in Japan, and met great success last season, in particular with their concerts at the Louvre Auditorium.
They are now in residence, since 2014 and until 2019, at the Festival Musique et Mémoire.