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Intégrale des sonates de Schumann pour violon et piano

Intégrale des sonates de Schumann pour violon et piano

Claudine Gamache

Canada | 2022 | 1 h 15 min
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Some musical encounters have the irresistible ability to arouse fervor and delight. These creative friendships transcend hard work and reflect a sincere, natural, and fruitful dialogue.

At the pinnacle of their art after an award-winning and critically acclaimed Beethoven recording (2022 Juno Award for Best Classical recording), violinist Andrew Wan (Concertmaster of the Orchestre symphonique de Montréal) and pianist Charles Richard-Hamelin (Silver Medalist of the 2015 International Chopin Competition) shed light on three gems from the least explored pages of Robert Schumann’s corpus: his sonatas for violin and piano.
Director Claudine Gamache
Production ProdCan
Line Producer Kim Savoie-thibault
Executive Production Didier Bensa
Sound Recording Jonathan Kaspy
Artist Charles Richard-Hamelin, Andrew Wan


Claudine Gamache

Claudine Gamache

A University of Georgia graduate (Doctor of Musical Arts), Claudine Gamache makes the best of her in-depth knowledge of the classical repertoire to convey each composer’s style in images. Involved with ProdCan since 2017, she has directed more than sixty concert captures with prestigious ensembles such as the Orchestre symphonique de Montréal, Orchestre symphonique de Québec, Les Violons du Roy, Opéra de Québec and the Festival international du Domaine Forget, among others. Her concert films have been showcased on the TV-Web channel Mezzo/Medici.tv and via Ici Radio-Canada’s platforms (ARTV, tou​.tv, Ici Musique).
The Complete Schumann Sonatas for Violin and Piano (2022); American Seasons (2022); Les Violons du Roy / Charles Richard-Hamelin : La joie retrouvée (2020); Concert-méditation (2019); Duo Lortie-Mercier plays Rachmaninov (2019); Duo Lortie-Mercier : Debussy, Ravel & Arensky (2019); Charles Richard-Hamelin / OSM: Chopin Concertos 1? – ?2 (2018); Kent Nagano conducts Bartok (2018)

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