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CANAL, SOHY, FAURÉ

In a duo program spanning more than 140 years, Renaud Capuçon and Guillaume Bellom present French repertoire from the 19th to the 21st centuries, bookended by Gabriel Fauré’s bold A-major Sonata and Pascal Dusapin’s Forma fluens, which is dedicated to the two artists. A pair of true rarities rounds out the program: Thème varié, originally scored for violin and orchestra, was written in 1921 by Charlotte Sohy, a student of Vincent d’Indy and friend of Nadia Boulanger; Marguerite Canal’s late-Romantic Violin Sonata originated the following year.

RENAUD CAPUÇON & GUILLAUME BELLOM
RENAUD CAPUÇON & GUILLAUME BELLOM © Promo

PROGRAM

MARGUERITE CANAL
Sonata for piano and violin

PASCAL DUSAPIN
Forma fluens

CHARLOTTE SOHY
Thème varié op. 15
Version for violin and piano

GABRIEL FAURÉ
Sonata for violin and piano No. 1 in A major op. 13
Additional information
Participating artists
Renaud Capuçon
Guillaume Bellom
Events
Datum
Pierre Boulez Saal