Mademoiselle in New York Lucienne Renaudin Vary
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- George Gershwin (1898 - 1937):
- 1S'Wonderful / But Not for Me / I Got Rhythm / An American in Paris (Ballet) [Medley]10:25
- Maurice Ravel (1875 - 1937):
- 2Pavane pour une infante défunte, M. 1903:44
- George Gershwin:
- 3Porgy and Bess, Act 2: I Loves You, Porgy03:58
- Charles Aznavour (1924 - 2018):
- 4For Me, Formidable02:34
- Darius Milhaud (1892 - 1974):
- 5Le Bœuf sur le toit, Op. 5802:24
- Louis Thomas Hardin (1916 - 1999)
- 6Bird's Lament01:55
- Sidney Bechet (1897 - 1959):
- 7Si tu vois ma mère03:41
- Robert Lowry (1826 - 1899):
- 8Shall We Gather at the River?03:34
- Leonard Bernstein (1918 - 1990):
- 9West Side Story: Tonight / I Feel Pretty / Maria / Gee, Officer Krupke / Somewhere (Medley)12:14
- Kurt Weill (1900 - 1950):
- 10Je ne t'aime pas03:19
- George Gershwin:
- 11They All Laughed03:07
- Antonín Dvorák (1841 - 1904):
- 12Gypsy Songs, Op. 55: IV. Songs My Mother Taught Me02:06
- Leonard Bernstein:
- 13Candide, Act 1: Glitter and Be Gay04:13
- Bobby Hebb (1938 - 2010):
Info for Mademoiselle in New York
French trumpeter Lucienne Renaudin Vary makes a musical transatlantic crossing with her second album for Warner Classics. Mademoiselle in New York majors on American and French composers and songwriters – Bernstein, Gershwin, Ravel and Aznavour among them – featuring music from West Side Story, An American in Paris and Candide. Lucienne is joined by the BBC Concert Orchestra and Tony Award-winning music director Bill Elliott, and, in Bobby Hebb’s song ‘Sunny’, by her brothers Philémon (on double bass) and Bartholomé (on guitar).
As Lucienne says, “It’s a number that’s full of sun, light and hope.”
Lucienne Renaudin Vary, trumpet
Philémon Renaudin Vary, double bass
Bartholomé Renaudin Vary, guitar
BBC Concert Orchestra
Bill Elliott, conductor
Lucienne Renaudin Vary
Winner of the ‘Révélation’ category of the Victoires de la Musique Classique 2016, French trumpeter Lucienne Renaudin Vary was born in 1999 and studied classical trumpet with Philippe Lafitte at the Conservatoire du Mans. She then entered the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Paris in 2014.
At the age of 11, Lucienne won the Concours Selmer-Le Parnasse and the Third Prize of the Concours Européen des Jeunes Trompettistes d'Alençon in the 14-17 years old category. She has since been awarded first prizes at each competition she has participated in - Concours des Rencontres Internationales des Cuivres in Belgium, Concours des Clés d'Or in Paris and Concours des Jeunes Artistes ‘Maurice André’ in Alès.
In her native France, Lucienne has appeared at Salle Gaveau, Annecy Classic Festival, Salon Musicora, Festival Classique au Vert, Les Grandes Heures de Cluny, Les Flâneries Musicales de Reims (filmed by Medici), Un Violon sur le Sable, Colmar fête le Printemps, Antibes Génération Virtuoses, Festival de l'Epau and with Orchestre symphonique de Bretagne. In 2015/16 Lucienne performed at the closing concerts of La Folle Journée in Nantes with the Ural Philharmonic Orchestra, broadcast live on ARTE. During the 2016/17 season Lucienne will perform programmes based on her new album release in Paris, Nantes, Limoges and Lille.
Further afield, Lucienne has performed at the Festival Spivakov in Moscow, concerts in Ankara, Rheingau Musik Festival and in Finland she played Sørensen’s Trumpet Concerto under Moshe Atzmon. She also appeared on the Stars von Morgen show (ARTE/ZDF) presented by Rolando Villazón, in Berlin. Most recently Lucienne made her debut with the London Chamber Orchestra and Vladimir Ashkenazy, performing Shostakovich’s Piano Concerto No.1 for piano and trumpet with Daniil Kharitonov in Turkey. She will repeat this programme with the orchestra when she makes her London debut in May 2017. Other highlights of the 2016/17 season include concerts at the Cartagena International Music Festival in Colombia with Les Siècles under François-Xavier Roth, her German orchestral debut in Munich and a performance of Hummel’s Trumpet Concerto with Junge Philharmonie Frankfurt RheinMain. She is an exclusive Warner Classics artist with her debut album released in 2017.