dimanche 04 Mar. 2018 - 17h00
Stéphanie Huang Ioana Mandrescu
Sonate pour violoncelle et piano, No. 5 Opus 102 – Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)
Allegro con brio – Adagio con molto sentimento d’affetto – Allegro — Allegro fugato
Sonate pour violoncelle et piano CD 144 – Claude Debussy (1862-1918)
Prologue – Sérénade – Finale
Sonate pour violoncelle et piano en ut majeur opus 119 – Sergueï Prokofiev (1891-1953)
Andante grave – Moderato animato – Andante grave -Allegro moderato
Moderato – Andante dolce – Moderato primo
Allegro ma non troppo – Andantino – Allegro ma non troppo
Étude op.8, n°11 (arrangée par Piatigorsky)- Alexander Scriabin (1872-1915)
Stéphanie Huang – cello
Born in 1996 into a family of musicians, Stéphanie Huang started playing the cello at 4 years old. At age 12, she won the First Prize of the National Music Competition (« Concours Dexia » Belgium) and she made her debut by performing Tchaikovsky’s Rococo Variations at the « Théâtre Royal de la Monnaie » in Brussels. She has appeared as concert cellist in national and international festivals. As a soloist, she played with different orchestras such as the Royal Chamber Orchestra of Wallonie, the Kamerfilharmonie van Vlaanderen, Orquestra Sinfonica do Porto/Casa da Musica …
In July 2015, she won the « Grand Prix » at the 4e Suggia International Cello Competition in Porto.
She is currently studying her Master degree at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris (CNSMDP).
Ioana Mandrescu – piano
Pianist Ioana Mândrescu performed, for the first time in Romania, the Concerto no. 1 by John Field. In 2008 and 2009, she competed, as an accompanist piano player, in George Enescu and Jeunesses musicales contests.
She had worked as an accompanist during the masterclasses of Emanuel Pahud and Pierre Yves. She had worked as well as an accompanist with Collegium Vocale in Gent and collaborated with Brussels Philharmonic. She was awarded at the National Music Olympiad and other competitions: Lory Wallfisch (Ploiesti), Jeunesses musicales and Mihail Jora (Bucharest), and Konzerteum (Greece).