Les Vents Français

Les Vents Français
Emmanuel Pahud (flute), François Leleux (oboe), Paul Meyer (clarinet), Gilbert Audin (bassoon), Radovan Vlatkovic (horn)
Eric le Sage (piano)

Helsinki Sibelius-Akatemian konserttisali, Pohjoinen Rautatiekatu 9


Giuseppe Verdi: Quintette Winds (transcription from String Quartet)
W.A. Mozart: Quintett Piano & Winds K452
Philippe Hersant: Osterlied for winds & piano
Ludwig Thuille: Sextet Op.6

Les Vents Français have been termed a wind supergroup, an all-star ensemble, a who’s who of the international wind ensemble scene. Yet they have cohered and developed as a group, in contrast to the one-off quality shared by the performances of many such supergroups.

Les Vents Français are flutist Emmanuel Pahud, a preeminent inheritor of the classical French school of flute playing; oboist François Leleux, internationally renowned soloist, conductor and pedagogue; clarinetist Paul Meyer, a superb soloist, conductor and chamber musician, founder of  Les Vents Français; bassoonist Gilbert Audin, an Opéra bassoonist and professor at the Paris Conservatory; and hornist Radovan Vlatkovic, a horn virtuoso and professor of horn at the Salzburg Mozarteum. The group is often joined by pianist Eric Le Sage, who has performed more than 20 rarely heard piano concertos by Romantic and contemporary composers.


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