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Principal of the Paris Opera, Vincent Penot (clarinet), Aurélien Sablé (cello) + Yuki Hasegawa (piano)

Principal of the Paris Opera, Vincent Penot (clarinet), Aurélien Sablé (cello) + Yuki Hasegawa (piano)


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Principal of the Paris Opera, Vincent Pounot (clarinet)

Chamber Music by Aurélien Sablet (cello) + Yuki Hasegawa (piano)

4th place at the Nielsen International Contest, clarinetist Puno, who has performed with Sablet in France, presents a superb moment with his brother-in-law and sister-in-law duo (cello and piano), who are acclaimed as "music friends", as a trio.



Suginami Public Hall Small Hall

[Date and time]

Doors open 18:30 Performance starts 19:00


All non-reserved seats

General 5,000 yen, student 2,000 yen

*4 wheelchair seats available

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Fauré: Trio
Schumann: Canon Etude (Trio Version)
Connesson: Disco-Toccata (Duet for clarinet and cello)
Poulenc: Clarinet Sonata (Clarinet and Piano)
Messiaen: "Hymn to the Eternity of Jesus" (from "Quartet for the End of the World" for cello and piano)
Glinka: Trio "Pathetique"
(The order of the songs and the songs may change due to unavoidable circumstances)


Click here for Yuki Hasegawa profile

◆ Vincent Penot (clarinet)
Graduated from the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris with first prizes in two categories: clarinet and bass clarinet. While still a student, he won the 4th prize at the Nielsen International Competition and the 2nd prize at the Debussy All-French Competition.
While still a student, he served as principal clarinetist of the Orchester Garde Republicaine and the Orchester de Padreux, and is currently principal bass clarinetist of the Orchester National de Paris and professor at the National Conservatory of Music in Paris. Collaborating artist with Buffet Crampon, a long-established French woodwind instrument manufacturer.
As a soloist, he has contributed to the evolution of his repertoire by presenting new works such as concertos, sonatas, and solo works for the first time. Operates the music catalog site, and Puno's edited score "Classical Pieces for Bass Clarinet" is widely sold in Japan. Most recently, in 2018, he came to Japan as a guest member of the Orchester National du Capitole de Toulouse.

◆ Aurlien Sabouret (cello)
Graduated from the National Conservatory of Music in Paris with first prize. After that, he also studied at the Boston University Artist Diploma Course in the United States, participated in the Tanglewood Music Festival and the Kneizel Hall Music Festival, and won the Heida Herman International String Competition.
After working as a member of the Orchester de Paris and principal cellist of the French Radio Symphony Orchestra, he is currently the first principal cellist of the Orchester National de Paris.
As a soloist, he has performed with the Orchester National de Paris under the baton of Seiji Ozawa, the Gunma Symphony Orchestra, and the Albanian National Radio Symphony Orchestra.
Recorded works by Bach, Schubert, Glinka and R. Strauss on the Suisse Gallo label. In addition, he presided over Bion Records and released a solo CD of French music and a CD of the Bedrich String Quartet. The sound source has been broadcast many times on French public radio, and has been selected as an excellent recording board in Japan's "Record Geijutsu".
Studied under P. Barry, J=M. Gammard, and A. Diaz.