The Musiques d’été association is organizing these two romantic meetings on September 24 and 25 respectively in Bertholène and Druelle.
For more than a quarter of a century, the association has been organizing classical music concerts in settings of the Aveyron heritage. Musiques d’été called on a duo of virtuosos with Nicole Tamestit, violinist, and Pierre Bouyer on the Viennese pianoforte for two candle light recitals. Both proposed a trip to Vienna last night at 8:30 p.m. in the Church of Anglars, Bertholene. They will be tonight at 6 p.m. at the Priory of the Savage in Druelle to play all of Mozart’s six sonatas in Paris.
Nicole Tamestit, born in Nice, joined the conservatory of Villa Paradiso then that of Blanc-Mesnil, Évreux and Chartres to flourish in inner listening. Sensitized to baroque as well as contemporary music, Nicole has been venturing for more than 30 years with Pierre Bouyer to showcase composers from Eastern Europe. From Mozart to Gypsies, such as Compass by Mathias Enard, it is an invitation to a universal and romantic journey of which the instrument of the pianoforte is its emblem at the time of the Enlightenment, between East and West that is proposed.
The price is € 15 per concert. Finally, it is the opportunity to become a member of the Musiques d’été association to participate in the vitality of culture in Aveyron.