Jean-Guihen Queyras cello – Emmanuel Pahud flute – Eric Le Sage piano


Trio for flute, cello and piano, Hob. XV:15 Joseph Haydn
Trio for flute, cello and piano, op. 63 Carl Maria von Weber
Trio for flute, cello and piano, Hob. XV:16 Joseph Haydn
Trio for flute, cello and piano, H. 300 Bohuslav Martinů

As well as to being excellent soloists, Jean-Guihen Queyras, Emmanuel Pahud and Éric Le Sage all approach chamber music with the same passion. The three musicians know each other well thanks to their previous collaboration as a trio, but also as part of other groups. Their shared history enhances their musical cohesion, as demonstrated by the concerts they have given in prestigious venues such as Wigmore Hall in London. At BOZAR, the trio will be performing a familiar programme which brings together pieces by Haydn, which, debuted at the time of Prince Esterházy’s death, marked the start of a new period in his life, Weber's solemn and romantic trio and, finally, a virtuoso piece by Martinů, written in a neo-classical vein.

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  • Interview

    Jean-Guihen Queyras, an open-minded cellist

    Concerto or recital, classical or contemporary: the French cellist tries his hand at them all,  with success. He proves to us that versatility and quality are in no way incompatible. 

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