Charlotte Saluste-Bridoux (violin)
Lorraine Campet (violin)
Pierre-Antoine Codron (viola)
Tom Almerge-Zerillo (cello)
1:00pm, £10, Free for 25 and Under
Please note that this concert has been rescheduled to Friday 23rd July.
Schubert Quartettsatz 8’
Hugo Wolf Serenade 8’
Ravel String Quartet in F Major 30'
Concert duration 50 minutes
Quatuor Confluence is made up of four eclectic young musicians who joined forces in September 2019 to share their passion for string quartet repertoire, and everything else in life ranging from ecology, pure intonation, folk music and a particular sense of humour.
Pierre-Antoine Codron and Tom Almerge-Zerillo met in Lyon at the CNSM where they shared six years of quartet playing and developed a passion for it. Once graduated, the inseparable friends set out to build their dream quartet.
Tom thought of his ﬁrst chamber music partner back in Montpellier. The memory of Rachmaninov’s trio élégiaque with the 10 year old prompted him to call.
Charlotte, after 11 years in the UK where she graduated from the Menuhin School and the Royal College of Music moved to Paris to join the quartet.
The last piece of the puzzle then seemed obvious : a shining star across all domains, Lorraine graduated from the Paris CNSM in both Double-bass and Violin. Combined with Charlotte’s electricity, Pierre-Antoine’s poetry and Tom’s colourful palette, Lorraine’s extensive knowledge of the orchestral repertoire and her musical poise offers a fresh outlook, one that has now become a true pillar of the Conﬂuence’s interpretations.
Covid-19: We have worked hard to make sure that our Summer Festival audience feels safe at our concerts. In line with current Covid-19 government safety guidelines, all of our concerts are planned to be socially distanced.