Troussov duo - Kyrill TROUSSOV (violin) Alexandra TROUSSOVA (piano)
Revealed by J-C Malgoire in the leading role of Handel’s Orlando, Théophile ALEXANDRE has performed for the past 10 years on the most prestigious stages : Paris Philharmony, New Yok Lincoln Center, Champs-Elysées Theater, Amsterdam Concertgebouw, Venice Fenice, the Opera houses of Versailles, Ottawa, Bern…
Guillaume Vincent was born in 1991 in Annecy. He began studying piano at age 7 and gave his first solo recitals and concertos with orchestra at the age of 10 years. At 13 he entered the National Conservatory of Paris to get out in 18 years with a Master of piano and at 19 with a degree of 3rd cycle of Performing Artist.
Emmanuel Rossfelder began studying guitar at the age of five. When he turned fourteen he won the Gold Medal at the Conservatoire of Aix-en-Provence. He was one of the lucky few to be chosen to study with Alexandre Lagoya at the Conservatoire National Superieur de Musique, in Paris.
Born into a family of musicians in 1985, Vassilena Serafimova is the first Bulgarian percussionist to be awarded the Second Prize of the 56th ARD International Music Competition in Munich and the First Prize of the Fifth World International Marimba Competition in Stuttgart.
Thomas Enhco, born in Paris, France in September 1988, is a French pianist and composer (jazz and classical music). He starts playing the violin and the piano at the age of 3, gives his first concerts and writes his first compositions at 6. At the age of 9, Didier Lockwood invites him to perform on stage with him at the jazz festivals of Antibes Juan-les-Pins, Vienne and Marciac.
"The strength of their ensemble is obvious. Tonally the Rosamonde are very much a unit : balance is finely judged, and quality of colour and the intensity are clearly arrived at through a communal decision. In Faure Quartet, this rich validity was impressive. In the Debussy, they showed a really exceptional command of the ebb and flow that so often characterizes Debussy's handling of tempo."
Born in Lyon (France), Yann Dubost began studying music with the violin, then the double bass. He studied with Philippe Guingouain and Bernard Cazauran, graduated from the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Lyon, and joined in 2002 the Orchestre de Paris, at the age of 19.
Artiste insatiable, fort d’une discographie de plus d’une vingtaine de disques, Pierre Fouchenneret dédie plusieurs années de sa vie à l’œuvre d’un compositeur, s’entoure des plus beaux chambristes pour, le plus souvent, en graver une intégrale. En 2016, il enregistre chez Aparte l’intégrale des sonates pour violon et piano de Beethoven avec Romain Descharmes. En 2018, parait le premier volume d’une intégrale de la musique de chambre de Gabriel Fauré avec Simon Zaoui et Raphaël Merlin.