This is an in-person Groupmuse Concert

A live in-person performance in a living room or private space. They're casual and friendly, hosted by community members.

In-person Concert

Paris Muse !!!!

Paris 16 (Passy)

Wed, February 1 7:45 PM, CET

Reserve a spot Free to reserve, 20+ € at event

COVID-19 protocols at this groupmuse

The COVID-19 protocols for this groupmuse apply to all performers/hosts as well as attendees.

Capacity
30 spots total at this groupmuse
Drinking policy
Bring your own drinks
ADA access
Accessible

Hosts

Fanny corpet Co-host

Hi everyone, after hosting a few Groupmuse house concerts in San Francisco, we are excited to grow this amazing community in Paris.

Groupmuse's mission is to take classical music out of the concert hall and make it more accessible through low-key events.

Program

Fiona Robson Cello

The Quatuor Magenta is thrilled to perform our very first Groupmuse in Paris!

We'll be bringing you on a guided tour of two of our favourite pieces of chamber music: a light and lyrical early Beethoven quartet followed by Ligeti's "Métamorphoses Nocturnes" (1953), a wild soundscape that travels from darkness and mystery to humour and rock 'n roll energy, then back again.

Program:
Joseph Haydn: String Quartet in G Major, Op. 76 No. 1
Gyorgy Ligeti: String Quartet No. 1 "Métamorphoses Nocturnes"

Made up of French-Polish violinist Ida Derbesse, French-American violinist Elena Watson-Perry, French violist Claire Pass-Lanneau, and Canadian cellist Fiona Robson, the QUATUOR MAGENTA took form in 2020 and since then has performed in concerts across Europe and been invited to prestigious competitions, including the ARD Competition in Munich and the Haydn Competition in Vienna. Having studied individually at a kaleidoscope of prestigious music schools including McGill University, The Guildhall School and Cleveland Institute of Music, the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris was their common denominator.

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Le Quatuor Magenta est ravi de vous présenter notre premier Groupmuse à Paris!

Au programme, deux de nos pièces préférées : un quatuor de Beethoven lyrique et lumineux, et les Métamorphoses Nocturnes de Ligeti (1953) qui allient mystère, humour et furie, avec un petit côté rock'n roll.

Programme :
Ludwig van Beethoven : Quatuor à cordes Op. 18 No. 3 en ré majeur
Gyorgy Ligeti : Quatuor à cordes No. 1 "Métamorphoses Nocturnes"

Le QUATUOR MAGENTA est un jeune quatuor à cordes né en 2020, de l’impulsion de quatre musiciennes passionnées de musique de chambre : Ida Derbesse et Elena Watson-Perry, violon, Claire Pass-Lanneau, alto, et Fiona Robson, violoncelle. Toutes issues du CNSM de Paris, elles se sont perfectionnées à l'Université McGill de Montréal, à la Guildhall School of Music de Londres et au Cleveland Institute of Music. Le quatuor est invité à se produire partout en France ainsi qu’en Suisse, en Allemagne et en Italie, et fait partie des quatuors sélectionnés pour le prestigieux concours ARD à Munich ainsi que pour la demi-finale du concours Haydn à Vienne, qui aura lieu en février 2023.

Location

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Attendees

Aurélie Letellier
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Raphaël Goumain
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NGUYEN
Наталія Жеваго
Cyril Guignard
John sharp
Stéphanie Foulon
+1
Pascal Rigo
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Alexandre Khatchadourian