Musicales de Fontaine ” Ondine et le Faune “

The Scène Fontainoise, in partnership with the city of Fontaine-lès-Dijon, invites you to a recital "Flute - piano": Delicate, unusual, colourful soundscapes will transport you to a lush, sometimes frightening nature, populated by mythological and legendary characters.
Since ancient times, the flute has been associated with supernatural virtues and pastoral life. It is the instrument of inner harmony, inspiration and divine wisdom. It is an attribute of many deities. In Greek mythology, the melody of Pan, protector of shepherds and nature, surpasses that of the birds. The fauns of Roman mythology are often depicted playing the flute. Krishna, the famous Hindu god, is known to be an excellent flute player.

This recital is conceived as a concert with commentary on works by Reinecke, Roussel, Debussy and De Falla:

- Carl Reinecke (1824-1910)
Sonata "Ondine" Opus 167
- Albert Roussel (1869-1937)
"Flute players", extracts Pan / Tityre / Krishna
- Claude Debussy (1862-1918)
"Prelude to the afternoon of a faun", transcription by Gustave Samazeuilh
- Manuel De Falla (1876-1946)
"Ritual Dance of Fire', transcription by Paul Kochanski

Camille Girod, flute and reading
After studying in Dijon and Geneva, Camille Girod was invited to perform with renowned ensembles such as the Geneva Chamber Orchestra, the Ensemble Contrechamps and the Orchestre Dijon Bourgogne. Her diverse musical openings combined with her theatre practice allow her to meet and create multidisciplinary works. She teaches the flute at the CRC in Chenôve.

Clara Adam, piano
Clara Adam teaches piano at the CRC in Chenôve and at the Association Culturelle Fontainoise. At the same time, she regularly performs in chamber music, accompanying singers or as a soloist. Her didactic approach to music has led her to create the shows "Compositrices de l'ombre" and "Frédéric Chopin, la note bleue".

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