Musique
Schubert
Les Dissonances | David Grimal

ENSEMBLE & ARTIST IN RESIDENCE

The final Dissonances concert of the season takes us on a seemingly clear musical voyage : from G minor to G major, from the pangs of Mozart’s penultimate symphony to the naïve paradise of Mahler’s Fourth. And yet, haven’t we learned from Les Dissonances not to be fooled by appearances?  Mozart’s Symphony n°40 is clearly tragic, but with its gyrating and impulsive tension, it is above all the echo of a pain more physical than psychological, where an unrelenting feverish resilience reveals a far more ambiguous impetus than first appears. Congenial and accessible, Mahler’s Fourth symphony nonetheless remains hard to classify in many respects. At times falsely naïve yet sincerely candid, all the while exhibiting a paradoxically sardonic innocence, full of insinuation yet remarkably literal, turned to the past as well as the future, it never ceases to show us its Janus face. 

Cast

LES DISSONANCES
VIOLIN & ARTISTIC DIRECTION David Grimal
VOICE Viktoriia Vitrenko

Program

SCHUBERT
Konzertstück D.345
Schubert - Rondo D.438
Schubert - La Polonaise D.580
Schubert - Symphonie n°9

Dates
10
Apr
20:00
Auditorium
Prices and seating plan
De 5.5€ à 46€ (tarif )
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Length
1h30 environ