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Professor Guillaume Sutre shares summer activities

August 4th, 2010 · 2 Comments

We have received an email from Music Department violin professor Guillaume Sutre (first violin with the renowned Ysaye Quartet) regarding his activities this summer. He says:

“I’m leaving Paris tomorrow to Salzburg, where I will be giving my last European concert for this summer.

A beautiful Program…
Brahms String Sextet No. 2 in G minor opus 36 / Schoenberg String Sextet “Verkl?rte Nacht” – Ysa?e String Quartet with cellist Valentin Erben and violist Isabel Charisius, members of the prestigious Alban Berg Quartet.”

Sutre-Salzburg
http://www.salzburgerfestspiele.at/

However, Professor Sutre has been doing quite a bit of traveling already this summer, as we see from his concert schedule:

“Most of my concerts this summer were shared with my string quartet’s colleagues, with beautiful repertoire and very nice concert places:

Pullach (Germany) with Valentin Erben, cellist of the Alban Berg Quartet
Leipzig (Germany) Bach Festival – with clarinetist Wolfgang Meyer
Dublin (Ireland) Music in Great Irish Houses
Israel (Tel Aviv, Haifa & Beer Sheva)
Colmar (France) – Concert recorded by musical TV channel Mezzo
Dersingham (UK) Festival under patronage of His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales
Geneva (Switzerland) with Isabel Charisius, violist of the Alban Berg Quartet
Qabala (Azerbaijan) with cellist Dmitry Yablonsky – Concert recorded by Azeri TV channel
Dubrovnik (Croatia)”

Sutre-summer 2010

Tags: Faculty · Performance · Performance · Performers · School of Music

2 responses so far ↓

  • Mus14 // Aug 28, 2010 at 10:31 am

    Professor Sutre has been touring Europe. This is important in showing people his artistry around the world. Good playing, especially with the Brahms sextet No. 2 in G minor.

  • sveti juraj // May 16, 2012 at 4:13 am

    Croatia is very beutifoul:) I like this country. Croatia is in Hungarian: Horv?torsz?g
    The people are very nice, despite what some rude people have said on previous answers. I have never come across a Croatian, Serbian, hungarian who has ever laughed at me when speaking Hungarian.

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