Les Rencontres Musicales et Scientifiques organise a couple of times a year, concerts and lectures at the Vaisseau Vert, Paris 9th, in an intimate and welcoming ambiance. After the concert or lecture, the public is invited to stay for a buffet diner prepared by the Vaisseau Vert.
Sundy May 14th, 2017: Grégoire Girard, violin
Sonata n°2 in A minor BWV 1003, Johann Sebastian Bach
Fauve (1995), Bernard Cavanna
Work for solo violin, dedicated to Grégoire Girard (2017, creation), Elisabeth Angot
Capriccio n°11 Op. 1, Niccolo Paganini
Born in 1997, Grégoire Girard started the study of violin at the Conservatoire of Avignon. At the age of 8, he met Tatiana Zolozova in Paris who has been providing all his apprenticeship. In 2009, he integrated the CRR of Paris Suzanne Gessner's class. He entered in 2013 at the CNSM of Paris Roland Daugareil's class.
Since his youngest years, Grégoire is noticed by the jurys of many competitions. He won at age 8 the first price with congratulations of the jury of the Glazounov Competition in Paris. At age 12 he won the first price of the "Casse Noizette" International Competition on TV Channel Kutura in Moscow. Winner of the Klösterschöntal competition of the Central School of Moscow, he won a little later the first price of the Bravo competition in Brussels. in 2014 he won the first price at the Flame Competition in Paris, and, then in 2015, the first price and public price in the Ginette Neveu Competition in Avignon.
Grégoire has been having the opportunity to work with major violonists such as Eduard Grach in Moscow, Mickaël Frischenschlager in Austria, Teddi Papavrami... He has the change to play as solist with the Moscow Orchestra and Contrepoint Orchester. In chamber music, he shared the stage with Michel Beroff, Gary Hoffmann, Vladimir Mendelssohn et Teddi Papavrami.
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