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Duo Ondine: Piano Duet

Jul
19
Duo Ondine: Piano Duet
Duo Ondine is a French-Italian four-hands piano duet born in Geneva (Switzerland) in 2014. Ten years later, it keeps delighting the international stage with refined, virtuoso and profound programs and a precise and highly sensitive playing. Duo Ondine is the First Prize Winner of La Follia Nuova IV International Chamber Music Competition in 2023. The piano duet has been welcomed with great success in many European, Asian and American Concert Halls and festivals: National Culture Hall of Vientiane, Laos; Triennale, Milan, Italy; American Church of Paris, Paris, France; Steinway Hall, Lausanne, Switzerland; LFN Festival, Bolzano, Italy; Sofia Music Weeks, Sofia, Bulgaria; Middlebury College Concert Hall, Middlebury, Vermont, USA; Kantor Theater, Lyon, France; Great Piano Hall, Valence, France; Festival les soirées d’Usson, France; etc. Specialized in French and Slavic repertoires, Juliette Aridon-Kociolek and Clémentine Dubost have worked on several programs including pieces of Debussy, Ravel, Dukas, Saint-Saëns, Dvorak, Rachmaninov, Borodin, Moussorgsky, Stravinsky. In a sense of deep artistic meaning, they always design their concert programs around a specific theme or connecting thread, making each piece interact with the others.
Date and Time
July 19, 2024 @ 7:30 pm
Location
Next Stage Arts
15 Kimball Hill
Putney, VT 05346
USA
Contact
Next Stage Arts
802-387-0102



Duo Ondine is a French-Italian four-hands piano duet born in Geneva (Switzerland) in 2014. Ten years later, it keeps delighting the international stage with refined, virtuoso and profound programs and a precise and highly sensitive playing.

Duo Ondine is the First Prize Winner of La Follia Nuova IV International Chamber Music Competition in 2023.

The piano duet has been welcomed with great success in many European, Asian and American Concert Halls and festivals: National Culture Hall of Vientiane, Laos; Triennale, Milan, Italy; American Church of Paris, Paris, France; Steinway Hall, Lausanne, Switzerland; LFN Festival, Bolzano, Italy; Sofia Music Weeks, Sofia, Bulgaria; Middlebury College Concert Hall, Middlebury, Vermont, USA; Kantor Theater, Lyon, France; Great Piano Hall, Valence, France; Festival les soirées d’Usson, France; etc.

Specialized in French and Slavic repertoires, Juliette Aridon-Kociolek and Clémentine Dubost have worked on several programs including pieces of Debussy, Ravel, Dukas, Saint-Saëns, Dvorak, Rachmaninov, Borodin, Moussorgsky, Stravinsky.

In a sense of deep artistic meaning, they always design their concert programs around a specific theme or connecting thread, making each piece interact with the others.