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Renaud Capucon

Violin and Piano




L.v. Beethoven

Sonata n. 7 in do min. op. 30 n. 2


C. Franck

Sonata in La magg.


J. Massenet

Méditation from Thaïs


Renaud Capuçon violin

Guillaume Bellom piano

Few artists, like Renaud Capuçon, are capable of showing you a different path towards listening, capable of revealing the face of a composer never imagined. This, perhaps, because of his French culture and sensitivity, for a training course undoubtedly different from the Anglo-Saxon and German international models. In Capuçon we find that very special savoir-vivre, that refinement that we recognize only in French films, in fashion or in their cuisine: that is to say in the world of 'feeling' to which music belongs. We could not have had a more appropriate interpreter for Franck and Massenet, authors so linked to literature and all art, capable, with their notes, of revealing "the still unknown part of the soul". The choice of the pianist Guillaume Bellom as his partner in this concert is probably conditioned by that somewhat melancholy and soft vein that brought Bellom particularly close to Franz Schubert's music. Even with Bellom we are in front of an exceptional pianist for his refined sensitivity especially in the school of Nicholas Angelich along a decidedly French training path. The understanding of the two artists, exhibited in this recording, is truly impressive: absolute professionalism displayed with an unexpected freedom of expression that transpires in their bewitching posture.


All Stars

Società Filarmonica Trento

7 concerts
202160 min
Società Filarmonica Trento

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