Watch the Spring Concert 2013

 

If you couldn’t attend the Spring Concert on Wednesday, March 13, watch the video!

Program of the evening:

  • 9th & 10th grade (3e et 2ndes)

Sun – TWO DOORS CINEMA CLUB, Allegra Toran, guitar & vocals, Zoya Prousline, piano & vocals

Fantaisie – TELEMANN, Makram Al Qaq, flûte

Gnossienne – SATIE, Marrec Selous, piano

Le Cygne – SAINT-SAENS, Phoenix Kim, violoncelle

Fantaisie en ré mineur – MOZART, Audrey Williams, piano

Etude No.7 – CARCASSI, Louise Efthimiou, guitare

Romance sans paroles – MENDELSSOHN

Scottish Poem – MAC DOWELL, Rémi Guelton, piano

Introduction and Polonaise – Carl BOHM, Isabella d’Angelo, violon

Elégie – FAURE, Mariana Suarez, violoncelle

Barcarolle, extrait des Saisons – TCHAIKOVSKI, Gauthier Dulout, piano

Memory Andrew – LLOYD WEBBER, Elèves de l’option musique de 2de (Abigail Demos, Allegra Toran, guitares, Sarah Leriche, basse, Zoya Prousline, Alessandra Freda, vocals, Brittany Benninger, clarinette, Gauthier Dulout, Rémi Guelton, piano, Alexis Mehlman, Elena Fineberg, violons, Gabriel King Houis, batterie)

  • 11th & 12th grade (1eres et Terminales)

Clair de lune – DEBUSSY, Anne-Julie Revault, piano

Moon River Henri – MANCINI/Johnny MERCER, Elèves de l’option musique de Terminales (Ananbelle Clemot, Valentine Launay, piano, Thomas Lapeyre, Emmett Rahn-Oakes, guitares, Kristina Makarian, Simeon Yanev, Marguerite Stip, vocals, Maximilian Morel, trompette, Natasha Przedborski, violon, Elise Bonichon, accordéon, Jean-Sébastien Brouillon, violoncelle)

Andante de la Sonate – K. 545 MOZART, Annabelle Clémot, piano

Courante, extrait de la Suite No.1 – BACH, Jean-Sébastien Bouillon, violoncelle

Molihua – Chanson populaire chinoise, Marie de Azevedo, guitare

Comptine d’un autre été – Yann TIERSEN, Elise Bonichon, accordéon

Intermezzo, Op.118 No.2 – BRAHMS, Victor Dulout, piano

Untitled – Baptiste ADNET Baptiste Adnet, guitare

Toccata – KHATCHATURIAN Marianne Ruelle, piano

Sonatensatz – BRAHMS, Alexander Regent, violon

Ballade No.2 en fa majeur – CHOPIN, Gustave Clérin, piano

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