Chopin Concerto n°2 pour piano
Schumann Waldszenen/Forest Scenes
David Kadouch & Adam Laloum @ Folle Journée – ARTE Concert
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Born in Nice in 1985, Kadouch began his studies at the Nice Conservatoire with Odile Poisson. At the age of 14 he entered the Paris Conservatoire in the classes of Jacques Rouvier. After receiving First Prize with Honors from the Paris Conservatoire, he moved to the Reina Sofia School in Madrid, where he studied with the legendary Dmitri Bashkirov. He has been perfecting as well with Murray Perahia, Mauricio Pollini, Maria-Joao Pires, Daneil Barenboim, Vitaly Margulis, Itzak Perlman…
He performs at major festivals: Contemporary Music Festival in Lucerne under Pierre Boulez, Klavier-Festival Ruhr, Gstaad Festival, Verbier Festival (where he was awarded the Verbier Festival Prix d’Honneur in 2009), Montreux Festival, Schwetzingen Festival, Jerusalem Festival, La Roque d’Anthéron Festival, Les Flâneries Musicales de Reims, “Folles Journées” in Ekaterinburg, Nîmes, Nantes, and in Japan, Piano aux Jacobins in Toulouse and China, Tonhalle in Zürich. He is playing chamber music with Renaud Capuçon, Gautier Capuçon, Edgar Moreau, Antoine Tamestit, Michel Dalberto, Nikolaj Znaider, Radovan Vlatkovic, Frans Helmerson, as well as the Quartets Quiroga, Ebène and Ardeo.
Daniel Barenboim invited him to participate in his Beethoven Sonata DVD project, which also featured Lang Lang… He also Barenboim invited him to replace Murray Perahia in Jerusalem in 2008 and to participate with him at the France 2 TV show “Thé ou Café” in 2009. Most recently, he invited him to step in for Lang Lang in Ramallah (West Bank), filmed by Arte for the documentary “Maestro”.
He gives recitals in Paris, Montpellier, Aix-en-Provence, Nîmes, Madrid, Verbier, Luzern, Elmau, Munich, as well as solo recital and duo concert with Renaud Capuçon and Edgar Moreau.
Highlights of the season 2016/2017: Musikalische Akademie des NTO Mannheim (Chopin 2) with Maxime Pascal, Müncher Symphoniker (Totentanz, Liszt) with Kevin John Edusei, Göttinger Symphony Orchester (Bartok 3) and Bilkent Orchestra (Ravel in G and Ravel for the left hand) with Christoph-Mathias Mueller, Hunstville (Bartok 3) with Gregory Vajda. He will also perform solo recitals in Brussels, Nîmes, Paris and duo recitals in Hohenems with Renaud Capuçon, Saint-Denis with Edgar Moreau.
Next release: Duo recital with Edgar Moreau around Franck, Poulenc and Strohl.