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The UT1 orchestra: the pianists’ concert!

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on the February 25, 2015
8.30 pm

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On Wednesday 25 February at 8.30 pm in the Cujas amphitheater, the UT1 Capitole Orchestra will perform a pianists’ concert.

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For the first time, the musicians of the UT1 Capitole Orchestra, who have been performing on the campus for their fourth year, will settle down in the Cujas amphitheater. Following last year’s greatly successful concert, they have decided on a new intimate performance, full of surprises, a concert dedicated to the piano.
During the evening, our university musicians, both students or teachers, will explore various aspects of the piano repertoire, from Baroque music to contemporary pieces, from solos to quintets.

Do come and enjoy listening to Bach, Mussorgsky, Beethoven, Schubert, and many others in the prestigious setting of the Cujas amphitheater, on the site of the old faculty.

The evening is organized by the UT1 Capitole Orchestra association, under the artistic guidance of Jean-François Escourrou (Assistant lecturer in Private law) and coordinated by Laurent Henry (Judicial Careers M1) .

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Date of update February 19, 2015


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