Ludwig Spohr (1784 – 1859)
Sonata in C
Adagio-Allegro vivace, Andante-Allegro
Gaetano Donizetti (1797 – 1848)
Sonata in G
Nicolas-Charles Bochsa (1789 – 1856)
Rondo on “Zitti Zitti” from The Barber of Seville by Rossini (solo harp)
Niccolo Paganini (1782 – 1840)
24th Caprice in A (solo flute)
Elias Parish Alvars (1808 – 1849)
La Danse des fées (Fairies’ Dance) Op.76 (solo harp)
Gabriel Fauré (1845 – 1924)
Impromptu pour harpe (no.6), Op.86
Claude Debussy (1862 – 1918)
Syrinx (solo flute)
Jacques Ibert (1890 – 1962)
Agnès Peytour, harp
Alain Daboncourt, flute
Harp and flute recital
Monday July 30th – 17:00 – Salle Gabriel Julliard
Agnès Peytour, started studying harp at 7, at the Nice conservatoire, where she won first prizes for harp performance, musical training and chamber music.
She honed her skills at Monaco, then at Brussels’ Royal Conservatory, where she graduated with a first overall harp prize, and first prizes in harmony, musical training and chamber music.
With a first prize in the “Dans le sillage de Lily Laskine” competition, and the “Les jeunes artistes de la Côte d’Azur” competition, she is also semi-finalist at Madrid’s International Harp Competition.
Agnès Peytour teaches harp in Brussels as well as at the Anderlecht conservatory, and is also the co-founder of the national harp competition HARPEGIO.
She has played within great orchestras: Monte Carlo, National de Belgique, Philarmonique and Opéra de Liège, and has a performed at many recitals and festivals in France and abroad.
In 2008, she formed NEFELI, an active harp duet with Primor Sluchin.
First studying piano, Alain Daboncourt teaches himself flute in his teen age years, then trains with Michel Debost and Jean-Claude Hermenjat.
As a soloist he travels to various countries abroad where he performs in prestigious venues: Carnegie Hall (New York), National Concert Hall (Taipei), Philharmony (St Petersburg and Vilnius), Teatro Alfieri and RAI Auditorium (Turin), Salle Gaveau (Paris)… He is also invited at numerous festivals in France: Villevieille, Flaine, Haut-Var, Bergerac, Tarentaise, Poitiers, Sisteron, Briançon, Messiaen au Pays de la Meije, Guil-Durance…, and abroad: Enesco (Timisoara), Schubert and Mozart (Kharkov), Sucre’s International Culture Festival (Bolivia)…
From Bach to Penderecki and Takemitsu, his repertoire encompasses many composers and while playing major concertos, he admits a passion for chamber music which he performs within various ensembles.
To this day, he has recorded 12 CDs since 1989, featuring well-known masterpieces as well as little, or so far never, recorded works.