Michel Becke x Fabrice Mirichet


Michel Bequet × Fablice Millischer

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performance schedule

[Nagoya Performance]

Performance date: 2020/4/15 (Wed) 18:45

Venue: Munetsugu Hall TEL.052-265-1715

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[Osaka Performance]

Performance date: 2020/4/16 (Thu) 19:00

Venue: Toyonaka City Culture and Arts Center Aqua Bunka Hall (Medium Hall)

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[Tokyo Performance]

Performance date: 2020/4/17 (Fri) 19:00

Venue: Hakuju Hall

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Castelade: Sonatine *F.Millichet

Saint-Saëns: Cavatina op.144 *M. Becke

H. Dutilleux: Chorale, Cadenza and Fugue *F. Milichet

Saint-Saëns: Swan *M. Becke

M. Legrand (Arranged by Thierry Cans): Homage to Big Mike *Duo

C. Weber: Romance *M. Becke

P. Hindemith: Sonata *F. Milishet

F. Kreisler: Love Sorrows *M. Becke

A. Piazzolla: Violentango *Duo

*Songs and order of performance are subject to change without notice. Please note.

Michelle Becke

Michel Bequet, Trombone

profile Born February 4, 1954 in Limoges, France. His exquisite performance, sharp sensitivity, and unique timbre have earned him worldwide acclaim as one of the most outstanding performers of the French school. He learned to play the piano and horn from an early age, and at the age of 10 he picked up the trombone at the recommendation of his father, a professional horn player, and soon became passionate about it. After studying at the Limoges Conservatoire for several years, at the age of 15, he entered the Conservatory of Music in Paris, graduating at an exceptionally early stage. Since then, he has won all international competitions such as Geneva, Munich, Prague, and Toulon. At the age of 18, Wolfgang Sawallisch appointed him principal player of the Orchester de la Suisse Romande, and a few years later he joined the Paris Opera Orchestra. In 1989, in order to dedicate himself to teaching and creative activities, he retired from the Paris Opera Orchestra and began teaching at the Cologne University of Music. In 1972, he founded the Paris Trombone Quartet with Jacques Fulquet, Alain Manfranc, and Gilles Millière, and has performed a wide range of trombone pieces, from spectacular masterpieces to unknown pieces, and has been in the limelight all over the world. In 1990, Gilbert Amii recommended him to the post of head of the Department of Brass Instruments at the French National Conservatoire. In 1989, he also served as leader of the Cuible Français (French brass ensemble), founded by 18 of the best musicians, making a name for himself as the most prestigious ensemble of the French brass school. While teaching at the Conservatoire National de Lyon, his trombone class students and fellow performers founded the "Ensemble Octobone" consisting of 8 trombones, 1 tuba and 2 percussion instruments. . He is currently a professor at the Lyon Conservatoire and the Lausanne Conservatory. (Photo: Marie-France MONTANT)
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Fabrice Millischer, Trombone

profile Born in 1985 into a musical family, he began studying music early in Toulouse. From the beginning, he studied piano, cello, and trombone at the same time, and in high school, he demonstrated extraordinary talent, winning competitions in all fields. Before long, he studied trombone at the Lyon Conservatoire under Michel Becquet, Alain Manfranc, and Daniel LaSalle, and continued to deepen his studies in cello, studying with Philippe Müller, Roland Pidou, and Xavier Philippe in Paris. He won the 2005 Budapest International Trombone Competition, the 2006 Toulouse Baroque Trombone Competition, and the 2007 Munich International Trombone Competition. This victory was the first victory for the trombone since the competition began in 1950. He has performed with many ensembles, including Le Concert des Nations led by Jordi Savart, Le Sacboutier de Toulouse led by Daniel LaSalle and Jean-Pierre Canillac, and German Brass. He has also performed with the Vienna Chamber Orchestra, the Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra, the State Hermitage Symphony Orchestra of Russia, and the State Orchestra of Ukraine. He has been invited to many solo recitals and international music festivals around the world, including Washington, Beijing, Munich, Bazelote, and Paris. ) and other wind instrument festivals. He has also been invited to give masterclasses in France, Europe, Washington, Beijing and Quebec. Since 2008, he has been teaching at the Paul Dukas Conservatoire in Paris, and has been a professor at the Saar University of Music since 2009 and Freiburg University of Music since 2013. Currently, he is the principal player of the Saarbrücken Kaiserslautern Deutsche Radio Philharmonic Orchestra. The instrument is Antoine Courtois, AC420.
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Ryoko Sawaki, Piano

profile Graduated from the Toho Women's High School of Music, majoring in music, and went to France in the same year. Graduated from the piano department of the Paris National Conservatoire with the highest score, and the chamber music department with the highest score. At the same time, he obtained a higher diploma in the ecriture department. In 2000, he became a trainee for overseas artists of the Agency for Cultural Affairs and further studied. In 1989 and 1994, he won the gold prize at the PTNA Piano Competition and was invited to the San Marino Music Festival. In 1999, he won the 3rd prize at the Forum de Normandie Chamber Music Competition, in 2002 he won the 3rd prize at the Albert Roussel International Competition in Bulgaria, and the following year he was a finalist at the Vittorio Gui International Chamber Music Competition. In the same year, he received the Best Romantic Performance Award in Israel, where he held a workshop. After returning to Japan in 2006, he held a solo recital, served as the official pianist of the PMF (Pacific Music Festival in Sapporo), and performed with members of the Berlin Philharmonic and the Vienna Philharmonic. there is Part-time lecturer at Toho Gakuen University Music Department.
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