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Harpsichord en fête: Concert with Louise Cournarie and Antoine Préat

Friday 1 April 19:00-20:00



Concert with two Harpsichords
with Louise Cournarie
and Antoine Préat
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Concert with two harpsichordists: Louise Cournarie and Antoine Préat

St Cecilia’s Hall Edinburgh


Friday 1 April 2022 at 19:00

£20 general public | £16 IFE members | £12 students

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About the artists

Described by the French Radio as “one of the most gifted young artists of the youngest generation” and “a young artist with a distinctive voice”, London-based pianist Antoine Preat has been invited to perform in prestigious venues includinæg the Wigmore Hall, Salle Gaveau, Salle Cortot, Paris Beaux Arts Museum, Frederyk Chopin Institute as well as throughout Europe and the United States, being featured on radios such as the BBC, France Musique, Scala Radio and TRT Radio 3.

As a curious child, Louise Cournarie started the piano at the age of 3 in Toulouse. Her early training developped her taste for the beauty of the sound. It was also as a child that she discovered the harpsichord as well as her passion for Baroque music. She has performed in prestigious halls such as Wigmore hall, st Martin’s in the fields, Steinway hall, Maison de Radio France, and gave lectures in Europe. She is now keen to share the early results of her research by teaching the younger generation of pianists, more specifically as a Baroque piano coach at the Royal Academy of Music.


Musical Programme

Antoine Preat
Couperin
Les Barricades mysterieuses

Rameau
Suite en Re : L’entretien des muses
Suite en Sol : Les sauvages
Suite en La : Sarabande
Suite en La : Gavotte et six doubles

Two Harpsichords
Handel
C minor two harpsichord suite k 446
Rameau _ Pieces en concert la cupis
Boccherini
Fandango for two harpsichords 40/2 movement 4

Louise Cournarie
Rameau
L’enharmonique
Forqueray
La portuguaise
Balbastre
La d’hericourt
La lugeac
Royer
La sensible
La marche des Scythes


Booking
Booking in advance is advised.
Please book your seat online or contact us at 0131 285 6030 to reserve your seats.

Access Details
Saint Cecilia’s Hall
The University of Edinburgh Sypert Concert Hall
50 Niddry Street
Edinburgh EH1 1LG

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