July 7th 7 pm at Seoul Arts Center IBK Chamber hall.
So much luck we have. So exciting...!
If you come, you are so lucky. Don't miss it!
Date : 7/7/2012 (Sat)
Praised as "a marvel"by the Chicago Sun-Times, French flutist Mathieu Dufour is one of the most enchanting and breathtaking musicians of his generation. His golden sound and flawless technique have left audiences and fellow musicians in awe.
At the age of 25, he was appointed principal flute of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra by Daniel Barenboim, making him one of the youngest players ever to hold such a position. Since then, he has performed numerous times as soloist with the Chicago Symphony, in the concertos of Devienne, Mozart, Ibert, Bach, Jolivet, and Nielsen. Under the direction of Daniel Barenboim, his performances of Mozart’s G major concerto in at Carnegie Hall in New York and the Bach’s Second Suite at the Philharmonie in Berlin earned him rave reviews. He has performed as soloist at the Lucerne Festival in Switzerland; one critic wrote of a performance, "the ornate solo lines unfurled like yard upon yard of fine embroidered silk."
C.P.E. Bach Trio Sonata in d-moll
W.A. Mozart Concerto in D Major K.314
J.S. Bach Double Concerto in d minor BWV 1043
J. Mouquet Sonatine
H. Dutilleux Sonatine
F. Poulenc Sonata