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French Alliance presents the Romain Garioud and Fernando Cordella at sala Cecília Meireles

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French Alliance presents the Romain Garioud
Fernando and Cordella at sala Cecília Meireles

The Alliance Française of Rio de Janeiro performs, on Friday, 14 August, at 8:0 pm, the classical concert formed by the French cellist Romain Garioud and harpsichordist Fernando Gaucho Cordella, in the Cecilia Meireles Room. The event is part of the commemorative programming of 130 years of the French Alliance in Brazil.

After a first successful musical encounter in 2013, the cellist Romain Garioud and the harpsichordist Fernando Cordella return in duo to Brazil for a series of concerts, organized by the General Delegation of the French Alliance in Brazil, in nine cities.

Authors of works in both bright and harmonic use of two instruments, the Brazilian musician and the French are well known musician on international stage, and they used to play together in a cultural exchange between France and Brazil.

Fernando and Cordella Romain Garioud explore freedom and fantasy, offering this concert a repertoire composed of works by Johann Sebastian Bach, Fabrice Gregorutti, Luigi Boccherini, and Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach.

The cellist Romain Garioud belongs to the brilliant young French generation of cellists. Received many international awards, among them are the 12th International Tchaikovsky Competition (Moscow), 7º Rostropovitch international competition, International competition of Vina del Mar (Chile) and was awarded unanimously the cellist national Superior Conservatory of Music of Paris. Already the harpsichordist Fernando Cordella, Diploma in 2005 the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, is artistic director of the early music Guild and Bach society StudioClio Porto Alegre, conductor and artistic director of OSINCA-Bolton Symphony Orchestra. Cordella was considered best performer of classical music, with the album "Carnations-Frescobaldi of Mozart", in the competition "Azoreans 2011", in Porto Alegre (RS).

Tickets are on sale on the site www.ingresso.com and the box office of the sala Cecília Meireles. More info: www.salaceciliameireles.rj.gov.br , www.rioaliancafrancesa.com.br

Romain Garioud. Photo Credit Edith Held.

Romain Garioud. Photo Credit Edith Held.

Romain Garioud

Laureate of the 12th International Tchaïkovski Competition (Moscow), the 7th Rostropovitch international competition and 2nd prize of the International Contest of Vina del Mar (Chile) in 2001 and 2002, Romain Garioud to brilliant young generation of French cellists. First prize for unanimity from the national Superior Conservatory of Music of Paris, of cello and chamber music, done courses with Xavier Gagnepain in Boulogne-Billancourt and Philippe Muller in the C.N.S. cycle 3 M. of Paris. Notable for its burning, the power and depth of sonority, his sense of the wording, also works with the largest foreign cellists, as Anner Bylsma, Natalia Chakovskaïa, Steven Isserlis, David Geringas.

Fernando Cordella. Photo Credit Robert Urtado.

Fernando Cordella. Photo Credit Robert Urtado.

Fernando Cordella

Artistic Director of the early music Guild and Bach society StudioClio Porto Alegre. Conductor and artistic director of OSINCA-Bolton Symphony Orchestra. Azorean Award winner 2011 as best performer of classical music category for the album "CARNATIONS-Frescobaldi of Mozart". In 2007 He received the honorary title commandery "the Pump" for relevant services rendered to culture and community. At music festivals, He worked under the direction of Michaela Comberti, Manfredo Kraemer and Luiz Otávio Santos. Has been working as a soloist and harpsichordist of several orchestras of Brazil: Camerata Antiqua of Curitiba, Chamber Orchestra of São Pedro, Sinfonietta in Belo Horizonte, Fundarte Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra of Fortaleza Eleazar de Carvalho, Orchestra UNISINOS, Porto Alegre Symphony Orchestra, UCS Symphony Orchestra, Ouro Preto Orchestra and Chamber Orchestra of ULBRA.
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About the Alliance Française

The French Alliance celebrates 130 years of activities in Brazil 2015. Besides being a reference in the language, is, no doubt, the most respected institution and known the world, when it comes to the spread of the French language and Francophone cultures. She has, currently, more than 850 units 135 countries, where they study about 500.000 students. In France, it has schools and cultural centers for foreign students. The Brazil has the world's largest network of French Alliances with 40 associations and 67 units and from August more than 40 thousand students of the Brazilian network will use the new teaching method, the Alter Ego + (French Alliance Brazil version), which fit the criteria of quality of the common European framework of reference for languages defined by the Council of Europe, also has a unique notebook developed by a team of pedagogues of the Alliance Française network Brazil working in partnership with the Publisher to deal with intercultural issues specifically between France and Brazil in language learning.

It is the only institution in Brazil authorized by the Embassy of France, to apply the tests that give access to international diplomas DELF and DALF, recognized by the French Ministry of National Education. The Alliance Française is also official examination centre for international testing validity of two years TCF (The French Knowledge Test) and TEF (French Assessment Test) and the national test valid for one year Capes (recognized by agencies CAPES and CNPq MEC). The French Alliance in Brazil develops partnerships with numerous French and Brazilian companies as well as being an essential actor Franco-Brazilian cultural dialogue.

Service:

Duo Garioud and Cordella
Date: Friday, 14 August, at 8:0 pm
Local: Sala Cecília Meireles
Address: Largo da Lapa, 47.
Tel.: 2332-9223

Tickets: R$40 – www.ingresso.com or by the box office of the Sala Cecília Meireles.

www.rioaliancafrancesa.com.br

 

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