Diane Aidenbaum, violin
Timothée Botbol, cello
Pascal Savy, electronic music
Drawing inspiration from classical repertoire and electronic composition and improvisation, violinist Diane Aidenbaum (co-founder of East Dulwich Violin School), cellist Timothée Botbol (Duo Botbol-Klinton) and electronic musician and performer Pascal Savy invite you on a journey through new melodic landscapes in a unique concert melding classical and electronic music.
Bach, Air on G string
Pascal Savy, The Lake
Pascal Savy, After the Storm
Pascal Savy, Interlude in D
Satie, Gymnopédie N.1
Piazzolla, Café 1930
Pascal Savy, The blooming desert
Händel – Halvorsen,Passacaglia for violin and cello
Preceded by a discussion at 5.30pm with Lore Lixenberg, laureate of the Franco-British fund for contemporary music, Diaphonique, Solen Fluzin, curator and co-founder of Anam Cara and Pascal Savy, electronic composer and performer. Chaired by Graham McKenzie, director of the Festival Huddersfield
Thu 28 Oct | 7.30pm
Talk: £7, conc. £5
Concert: £15, members £13, students £5
Double bill Talk + Electro-Acoustic Concert: £18, members £14, students £6
As part of Les Salons en Musique, a chamber music concerts series supported by Aline Foriel-Destezet
Diane Aidenbaum is the director and co-founder of East Dulwich Violin School and alumna of the Royal Academy of Music.
Timothée Botbol is a Swiss cellist and baritone soloist, member of the Duo Botbol-Klinton and alumnus of the Royal College of Music.
photo (from left to right): Diane Aidenbaum © Studio 52 London – Timothée Botbol © Patryk Stanisz – Pascal Savy © Pascal Savy
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