Thu 29 Nov

Célimène Daudet

© Christophe Berlet

Les Salons en Musique, a new series of chamber music

Performer: Célimène Daudet, piano

Pianist Célimène Daudet is a product of two cultures, French and Haitian. Her playing has been described as “seductive, delicate and full of burning lyricism”. The soloist has released several recordings (Bach, Beethoven, Debussy / Messiaen) and made regular appearances throughout Europe and in the United States (Carnegie Hall, Minneapolis), Russia (Rostov Philharmonics) and China. The great-great-niece of Alphonse Daudet is also the founder of the Haïti Piano Project, the first classical music festival in Haïti


  • Franz Liszt, Bénédiction de Dieu dans la solitude (extract from Harmonies poétiques et religieuses)
  • Claude Debussy, 12 préludes (livre II)

£15, members £13, students £5

For 4 concerts of the chamber music series: £52, members £44, student £16

See also: Nash Ensemble on 18 Jun, Trio Metral on 14 July, Le Concert de l’Hostel-Dieu on 4 October and Thibaut Garcia on 22 October



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