Travels in Spain and South America

Sunday March 16, 2025 @ 15h00

Camille Marouani was unanimously awarded first prize in flute at the CRR de Boulogne-Billancourt, in the class of Céline Nessi’s class in 2000. She continued her studies with Philippe Pierlot, and with Gilles Burgos, earning a Premier Prix de perfectionnement.
In 2004, she founded the Duo Caractère, flute and harp, as well as a show for young audiences, and performs regularly in the Paris region. At the same time she won a prize for piccolo with Pierre Dumail.

She is also passionate about contemporary music and jazz, founding jazz, founding the Latin Side Trio in 2006, which brings together flute, percussion, percussion and piano, and collaborates with singer Pauline Paris.
Chamber and orchestral music round out his remarkably eclectic musical eclectic range of musical interests, from Pergolesi’s solo concerto Stravinsky’s Rite of Spring with the Sostenuto Orchestra.
Holder of the Diplôme d’Etat, she teaches flute at the Ecole Marcoussis School of the Arts, her activities are divided between teaching and and concerts.

A graduate of the Conservatoire National D’Orsay at the age of 19, Elise Clergue
navigates all styles of music, performing in classical recitals classical recitals, rock concerts, with her classical guitar quartet and Villa Hobo.
She travels and meets many people, and specializes in flamenco technique. Her passion for traditional music led her to take Indian sitar and Celtic banjo. She teaches guitar at music
music schools and conservatories, and participates in numerous workshops to train future professionals in the pedagogy of teaching music.

The duo
Teachers at the Marcoussis School of the Arts, they are committed to an eclectic repertoire both in their concerts and in their teaching. They have multiplied their projects, and today present a repertoire combining composers who have worked to revive traditional Spanish repertoire with Enrique Granados, Brazilian repertoire with Heitor Villa-Lobos and Argentinian repertoire with Astor Piazzolla and Maximo Diego Pujol.



Travels in Spain and South America

Suite Buenos Aires (1995) Maximo Diego Pujol (1957)
1) Pompeya
2) Palermo
3) San Telmo
4) Microcentro

Spanish dances by Enrique Granados (1867-1916)
number 2 l'Orientale (1890)

Bacchianas Brasilieras number 5 (1938)
by Heitor Villa Lobos (1887-1959)

Histoire du Tango ( 1986)
by Astor Piazzolla (1921-1992)
1) Bordel 1900
2) Café 1930
3) Night club 1960
4) Today's concert