Théâtre des Champs Élysées

David Garrett violin
Julien Quentin piano

Franck Sonata for violon and piano
Wieniawski Légende op. 17
Sarasate  Carmen Fantaisie op. 25
Dvorák  Humoresque n° 7 op. 101
Prokofiev Marche extraite de L’Amour des trois oranges op. 33a
Kreisler Rondino on a theme of Beethoven
Monti Czardas
Elgar La Capricieuse op. 17
Wieniawski Polonaise op. 4
Tchaïkovski Souvenir d’un lieu cher n° 3 - Melody op. 42
Rimski-Korsakov Flight of the bumblebee
Bazzini The Round of the goblins - Scherzo fantastique op. 25


"David Garrett is already the stuff of legend – in him is enshrined an entire corpus of virtuoso violin art, expounded with a fearsome beauty beyond comprehension." BBC Music Magazine 

David Garrett can look back over an incomparable twenty-year career. Technically brilliant, visionary violinist, he has received the praise and support of such eminent violin virtuosos as Isaac Stern, Yehudi Menuhin and in particular Ida Haendel. Only this mixture of perfectionism and openness, thoroughgoingness and foresight explains the overwhelming success which David Garrett has with audiences of all ages.


Pierre et le loup... et le jazz

Enregistrement de l'album "Pierre et le loup... et le jazz" avec The Amazing Keystone Big Band, Denis Podalydès et Leslie Menu.

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