Guillaume Sutre, Professor of Violin in the UCLA Department of Music, has recently received excellent reviews for two recent CDs in the French magazine Diapason.  These CDs were recorded at UCLA.  Recording Engineer was Umberto Belfiore.  Program notes by UCLA Graduate Dr. Lindsey Strand-Polyak.


"...Guilllaume Sutre emphasizes the rhapsodic flourishes that intersperse the central cantilène in the adagio, and gives a tongue-in-cheek grace to the Finale (Ground)." 

Diapason Magazine, January 2016

"Intimate Thoughts" (Pensées Intimes) Hortus WWI, Musicians and Great War Vol I.
- Georges Antoine (1892-1918)
        Sonata for Violin and Piano Op. 3 in A flat major (1915)
- Frederick Septimus Kelly (1881-1916)
        Sonata for Violin and Piano in G Major "Gallipoli" (1915)
- Hans Pfitzner (1869-1949)
        Sonata for Violin and Piano Op. 27 in E minor (1918)
- Lili Boulanger (1893-1918)
        Nocturne for Violin and Piano in F Major (1914)

Recorded in August 2014 at UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music, Los Angeles.
Sound Engineer: Umberto Belfiore

Liner Notes: Lindsey Strand-Poliak, PhD

Guillaume Sutre, Violin & Steven Vanhauwaert, Piano
Gregorio Antoniazzi violin made in Colle (Venice) in 1738, Bow François Lupot.
Steinway D-386 CD (Steven Vanhauwaert is a Steinway Artist)

Editions Hortus
Durée du CD : 73’58’’

CD Trailer:

"...Meticulous but inspired restraint highlights the luminous subtlety of Guillaume Sutre’s bow strokes, evoking here the playing of Szymon Goldberg and Arthur Grumiaux–the highest of compliments, in our eyes."

Diapason Magazine, December 2015

Joseph Woelfl, The Paris Years (1801-1805)
- Piano and Violin Grand Duo in D Minor, Op. 31
- Harp and Piano Grand Duo in F Major, Op. 29
- Piano Sonata in B Minor Op. 38
- Piano and Violin Sonata in A Major, Op. 14

Kyunghee Kim-Sutre, Harp
Steven Vanhauwaert, Piano
Guillaume Sutre, Violin

CD Sonarti RT02

Durée du CD : 76’52’’

Liner Notes: Lindsey Strand-Poliak, PhD

CD Trailer: