THINK BACH Saturday Nov. 11th 7.00pm
Tickets £20: Friends & student concessions
ÉDOUARD FERLET brings his unique piano style to SOUTHSIDE HOUSE in an evening of original compositions and featuring some of his J.S. Bach adaptations.
In the late eighties, he moved to Boston, US, and studied piano under renowned teachers: Herb Pomeroy, Hal Crook, Ed Tomassi, Ray Santisi, Ed Bedner.
In 1992, he graduated from the Berkeley College of Music in Jazz Composition and was awarded the Berklee jazz performance award.
Back in France, he worked as a film, dance and theatre composer, while he continued to play with singers from various backgrounds: Mark Murphy in Jazz, Manda Djin in Gospel, Geoffrey Oryema in World Music and Lambert Wilson in cabaret.
He successfully conducted the musical direction for Julia Migenes' show Alter Ego , Hollywood Diva and The story of Schubert.
Édouard has also toured China, Canada, Germany, Spain, France and regularly performs at major festivals such as the Paris Jazz Festival, Piano Piano en Valois Angouleme, Piano aux Jacobins in China.
Come behind the scenes of a concert rehearsal with the internationally renowned The Möbius Chamber ensemble as they make final preparations for their next concert at London’s Wigmore Hall , which will include their latest commission - Silent Poems - by the celebrated American composer George Tsontakis.
Watch and listen to seven leading musicians as they tackle some of the most challenging pieces in the chamber music repertoire
Meet the performers and composer
Tea and cakes will be served during the afternoon
This event with the Möbius Chamber Ensemble is part of ensemble's outreach programme ‘TIME’
Tickets - including afternoon tea £6.00 Students and schools £3.00
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