This much-awaited festival, that happens twice a year in March and in November, is already in its 10th edition and this time the women outnumber the men, with Soprano Karen Vourc’h making her second consecutive visit to India since last March.
Besides Beethoven, Mozart, Mendelssohn, Shostakovich and Debussy, many other composers feature on the programme. But, interestingly, the audience will get to select their pieces from a pile of scores.
Some of the participants include Hugues Borsarello (Violin), Mathilde Borsarello-Herrmann (Violin), Nicolas Bône (Viola), Marie Chilemme (Viola), Gauthier Herrmann (Cello) and Claudine Simon (Piano). So, here’s your chance to tread into musical territory that will transport you to another world.
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