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Marine Di Fazio and Marie-Lien Nguyen

Sunday September 1, 2024 @ 15h00

Marine Di Fazio began playing the piano at the age of eight at the CRR de Toulouse in the class of Marie Laure Lagoute and Véronique Grange. A meeting with pianist Frédéric Vaysse-Knitter in 2000 raised her awareness of the instrument, and led her to Paris, where she met pianist Brigitte Bouthinon-Dumas, who taught her at the Paris CRR and at the Grand Nancy academies. She received her DEM in piano in 2006. At the same time, she studied musicology at the Sorbonne. In 2012, she met violinist Marie Lien Nguyen, with whom she discovered the modern music repertoire: Debussy, Faure, Ravel… Marine Di Fazio has performed in a number of venues, including l’heure musicale du Marais. She is currently completing her training at the Centre de Formation des Enseignants de Musique d’Île de France.

Marie-Lien Nguyen began her musical studies at the MULHOUSE conservatory, in the classes of Odile Olry (violin) and Jean Boucly (piano), winning gold medals for both instruments (1984) and first accessit with congratulations from the jury (1985). With a view to specializing in violin, she continued her studies at the Ville d’Avray conservatory, winning a first prize with congratulations from the jury (M. Moulin’s class, 1987); she then went on to perfect her skills with J.J. Kantorow, G. Poulet, R. Oleg, P. Amoyal and G. Winischhofer (Austria). She joined the Orchestre National de l’Opéra de Paris as a tutor in 1990, then joined the Orchestre Philharmonique des Pays de la Loire as co-soloist, a position she still holds today. She has performed as soloist with the orchestras of Basel, Pays de la Loire and RADIO-FRANCE. She performs regularly in Paris and Angers as a duo (Duo Artemisia) and sonata (Duo Allegria) with Priscille Lachat-Sarrete and Marine Di Fazio respectively. Léo Debono joined her for the Samedis musicaux at the Protestant temple of Saint Etienne in Mulhouse, then for the Dimanches musicaux at the American Cathedral in Paris.

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Program

Sonatine op.post 137 n°2 de Schubert

Sonate n°13 KV 454 de Mozart

Sonate de Schumann in a minor opus 105

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