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Pyatt Hall
VSO School of Music
843 Seymour St.
Vancouver

Saturday, September 30, 2017 - 7pm

Pyatt Hall
VSO School of Music
843 Seymour St.
Vancouver


To find more information on the show, click here.


Biography

An active ambassador of classical guitar around the world, Jérémy Jouve is continuing his international tours and his recordings with one objective : to attune classical guitar with modernity.
 

Jérémy Jouve had his musical training in France, studying with distinguished guitarists including Eric Franceries, Alberto Ponce, and Roland Dyens. He is a graduate of the Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris, and of the Paris Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse in guitar and chamber music. He was selected to pursue further studies with László Hadady, principal oboist of the Ensemble Intercontemporain. Precocious as a musician, at the age of ten he played a Vivaldi concerto with the Orchestre de Chambéry, going on to win various national prizes. Based in Paris, he embarked on an international career, with awards including first prize in the International Competition of the Guitar Foundation of America (Mexico, 2003) and in the Tychy International Guitar Competition (Poland, 2002). After a concert tour of forty venues in the United States, Canada and Mexico he appeared at the Tchaikovsky Hall in Moscow, the German Iserlhon Guitar Festival, the Radio France Festival at Montpellier, the Mexican Saltillo Guitar Festival, and at the concert hall of the Luis Ángel Arango Library in Bogota, as well as in India, Singapore, Great Britain, Greece, Spain and elsewhere. He made his first solo CD in 2004 for Naxos, followed in 2006 by the first volume of works for guitar by Joaquín Rodrigo. In 2010 the American company Melbay issued a DVD of a concert recorded live in France (22060DVD).


This music is in the image of classical guitar that he hopes to embody : free.
 

Vast like the night and light, the depth and elegance of the play of Jérémy Jouve hopes to lead us toward a limitless horizon where classicism and modernity interplay.

 

 
Pyatt Hall VSO School of Music 843 Seymour St. Vancouver Pyatt Hall VSO School of Music 843 Seymour St. Vancouver

VANCOUVER - Jérémy Jouve guitar recital

When
Saturday, September 30, 2017 - 7pm​
Where
Pyatt Hall VSO School of Music 843 Seymour St. Vancouver
Pyatt Hall
VSO School of Music
843 Seymour St.
Vancouver

Pyatt Hall
VSO School of Music
843 Seymour St.
Vancouver

Saturday, September 30, 2017 - 7pm

Pyatt Hall
VSO School of Music
843 Seymour St.
Vancouver


To find more information on the show, click here.


Biography

An active ambassador of classical guitar around the world, Jérémy Jouve is continuing his international tours and his recordings with one objective : to attune classical guitar with modernity.
 

Jérémy Jouve had his musical training in France, studying with distinguished guitarists including Eric Franceries, Alberto Ponce, and Roland Dyens. He is a graduate of the Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris, and of the Paris Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse in guitar and chamber music. He was selected to pursue further studies with László Hadady, principal oboist of the Ensemble Intercontemporain. Precocious as a musician, at the age of ten he played a Vivaldi concerto with the Orchestre de Chambéry, going on to win various national prizes. Based in Paris, he embarked on an international career, with awards including first prize in the International Competition of the Guitar Foundation of America (Mexico, 2003) and in the Tychy International Guitar Competition (Poland, 2002). After a concert tour of forty venues in the United States, Canada and Mexico he appeared at the Tchaikovsky Hall in Moscow, the German Iserlhon Guitar Festival, the Radio France Festival at Montpellier, the Mexican Saltillo Guitar Festival, and at the concert hall of the Luis Ángel Arango Library in Bogota, as well as in India, Singapore, Great Britain, Greece, Spain and elsewhere. He made his first solo CD in 2004 for Naxos, followed in 2006 by the first volume of works for guitar by Joaquín Rodrigo. In 2010 the American company Melbay issued a DVD of a concert recorded live in France (22060DVD).


This music is in the image of classical guitar that he hopes to embody : free.
 

Vast like the night and light, the depth and elegance of the play of Jérémy Jouve hopes to lead us toward a limitless horizon where classicism and modernity interplay.