Admission Fee Applicabl
November 2（Mon） 15:00-16:00
Non-Assigned Seat 1,000 JPY
A solo recital given by the twenty-year-old French cellist Aurélien Pascal who won the Grand Prix Emanuel Feuermann international competition in 2014, with a program which perfectly showcases the charm of the cello, from J.S. Bach masterpieces to modern music.
Aurélien Pascal, cello
J.S. Bach: Cello Suite No.3 in C major, BWV1009
Kodály: Sonata for solo cello op.8
Aurélien Pascal, cello In 2005, at the age of 11, Aurélien was named winner of the 1st Rostropovitch Junior Competition and in 2011 was awarded the Guy Bonnemain Prize for the best new talent at the International André Navarra Competition in Toulouse. At only 19 years old, French cellist Aurélien Pascal was awarded the Grand Prix, Audience Prize and Special Prize for the best performance of a concerto by Ernst Toch at the 2015 Emanuel Feuermann Competition under the patronage of Daniel Barenboim. Prior to that in 2013, he was 2nd Prize-winner at the International Paulo Cello Competition in Helsinki, the prestigious jury led by Arto Noras praised the emergence of a new French talent gifted with both rare power and superb elegance. Born into a family of musicians, Aurélien Pascal is currently a student of the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Paris in the class of Philippe Muller. He plays a French cello made in 1850 by Charles-Adolphe Gand.