2023 Paris Play-Conduct Academy
The Orchestre de chambre de Paris has made a central place to the play-conduct practice in its work, considering that it constitutes a strengthening of musical links, an unparalleled complicity, leading to a true interpretative enrichment.
Developing one’s art of conducting with an orchestra is a unique experience of artistic encounter. Direct contact with the musicians of the orchestra, working together on style, articulation, balance or learning to play: all these elements give the concerto form a true chamber music spirit.
The Orchestre de chambre de Paris has made playing and conducting one of the pillars of its work and created the Paris Play-Direct Academy in order to train emerging artists in this technique, under optimal conditions. This academy takes place every two years and is part of the OCP-Transmission program which aims to support young artists in their professionalization.
Dedicated to violin and piano, the next edition of Paris Play-Direct Academy takes place from September 4 to 8, 2023 at the Philharmonie de Paris.
Work sessions with the quartet of soloists from the Orchestre de chambre de Paris will precede the orchestral session and master classes given by Catherine Larsen-Maguire (conducting), Antje Weithaas (violin) and Javier Perianes (piano).
Antje Weithaas demonstrates great musical finesse and technical mastery in every detail of the scores
she performs. As a soloist, she works with most of the major German orchestras as well as with the leading orchestras in the Netherlands, Scandinavia and Asia. […]
Javier Perianes’ international career has taken him to the most prestigious concert halls, with the world’s leading orchestras, working with such famous conductors as Daniel Barenboim, Charles Dutoit, Zubin Mehta, Gustavo Dudamel, Klaus Mäkelä […]READ MORE
Quatuor des solistes de l’Orchestre de chambre de Paris :
Deborah Nemtanu, violon solo super soliste
Olivia Hughes, violon solo
Jossalyn Jensen, alto solo
Benoît Grenet, violoncelle solo
Ariane Jacob, piano
SOLOISTS QUARTET OF THE ORCHESTRE DE CHAMBRE DE PARIS