Richard Galliano Plays His Classics
One of the greatest accordionists of recent decades and a standards-defying artist, here is a poet of his instrument whose extraordinary versatility encompasses with equal flair Argentinian tango and Mozart, the world of jazz and Bach, Michel Legrand and Vivaldi! Having just celebrated 50 years of career, the great Richard Galliano makes his Festival debut by paying homage to his predecessors and inspirations. The program features a combination of his own compositions with works by Piazzolla and other icons of jazz and … of classical music!
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Richard Galliano, Quatuor Molinari and Éric Lagacé
Richard Galliano, accordion
Olga Ranzenhofer, violon
Antoine Bareil, violin
Frédéric Lambert, viola
Pierre-Alain Bouvrette, cello
Éric Lagacé, double bass
Works by Piazzolla, Legrand, Galliano, Mozart, Satie, and others.
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