Paris & Ile-de-France

From 26 to 28 May at the Orangerie de Bagatelle

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For the second edition of L'Orangerie Sonore, the programme proposed by ProQuartet - European Centre for Chamber Music is more than ever dedicated to youth.

The youth of the performers first of all, who present themselves to the public in programmes that reflect their talent, but also their curiosity, their audacity and their ambition.


This is why we are happy to have entrusted the Pantoum Trio with the opening of the festival. They have made a meteoric rise on the international scene, having just won the Trieste and Vienna International Competitions back to back.

If you have not yet had the opportunity to hear them, don't miss them: the blossoming of an immense talent is a privileged moment to which you are invited.

You will also be able to find the Ernest Trio, whose ardour won over the public last year, and the Confluence Quartet, another of the nuggets that ProQuartet accompanies.


As last year, Héloïse Luzzati will propose two encounters with the female composers, thanks to the complicity of the Mona Quartet and the Aralia Trio.

These "Bagat'Elles" moments, 100% female composers, turn us into treasure hunters, forgotten treasures, sometimes overlooked, sometimes neglected. The satisfaction of discovering and enriching the infinite repertoire of chamber music is ours!


Finally, in the morning, in partnership with the Jeunesses Musicales de France, we will be focusing on the young audience by offering a tender and mischievous musical show for young ears and their families, to make them dream.


This year, a small catering service run by the Parc de Bagatelle will allow you to enjoy a moment of discovery, a walk and music with your family throughout the days.


See you soon!


Charlotte Bartissol

Director of ProQuartet - European Centre for Chamber Music

Du Friday 26 May 2023 au Sunday 28 May 202319:00