Wishing to share its experience with young performers living in vulnerable areas, a string quartet from the Orchestre de chambre de Paris – composed of Justine Zieziulewicz, violin, Hélène Lequeux-Duchesne, violin, Claire Parruitte, viola, and Sarah Veilhan, cello – will leave for Colombia at the end of November for a residency to supervise an orchestra of young musicians. A concert with these young musicians at the Auditorio Fabio Lozano of the Jorge Tadeo Lozano University will conclude this adventure.
To realize this action, the orchestra is associated with the Batuta Foundation which offers young musicians a musical training and orchestra classes, mainly in disadvantaged neighborhoods of Bogota.
Built as a preamble to other projects and to a future tour of the orchestra, this action is part of a sustainable, reasoned intervention and in an eco-citizen approach of transmission. The string quartet will also perform in concert at the French Embassy.
- 4 musicians from the Paris Chamber Orchestra: Justine Zieziulewicz (violin), Hélène Lequeux-Duchesne (violin), Claire Parruite (viola), and Sarah Veilhan (cello).
- Orchestra of young musicians composed of 6 violins, 2 violas, 3 cellos and 3 double basses
- Musical director : Carolina Guzman
- Concerto Grosso opus 6 nᵒ 8 (or Concerto for Christmas Night) by Arcangelo Corelli
- Concert for 4 viol parts H 545 by Marc-Antoine Charpentier
- Zumba Que Zumba Con Periquera by Claudia Calderón
- November 20: video coaching before the tour
- November 29: departure to Colombia
- November 30 to December 2: workshops with the young musicians on site
- December 4: dress rehearsal
With the support of the Institut Français and the Ville de Paris.