Rendez-vous Musical #77

From the beginning of this year, the Rendez-vous Musical will take place on the first Sunday of every month (except in May when the concert will be on May 8). The FEU musicians and Harriet Hale Woolley scholars will be back on stage in the Grand Salon on Febuary 6.

These concerts, which are an opportunity for the musicians to perform works they are studying or creating, are known for their open and friendly atmosphere. Members of audience, thrilled to (re)discover classical, contemporary and new works, often stay behind to talk with the musicians; these moments are dear to the musicians, who speak about music and their specific disciplines with great passion.

At the end of the concert, you will be given a final opportunity to discover the exhibition Libération/Déflagration by the artists in residence.

Practical Information

Date : February 6 | Time : 5pm | Facebook Event
Covid : According to the latest announcements, you will be asked to present your COVID Vaccination Certificate. We can no longer accept a negative test result. Please respect the general physical distancing guidelines. Hand sanitizer will be available at the entrance.

Free Reservation

Please sign up by 5:30pm on Friday, February 4.
If you were not able to reserve on time, you may come on the day and we will leave you in based on the number of free seats/no shows.


Jean Sébastien Bach
Solo Violin Sonata No. 1 in G minor
Dhyani Heath, violon

Joseph Haydn
Two movements, Sonata in C major, Hob.XVI:48
Lusi Xie, piano

Jean Sébastien Bach
Prelude and Fugue in G minor, BWV 861
Lusi Xie, piano

Carnaval, Op.9, 1834–1835
I. Préambule
II. Pierrot
III. Arlequin
IV. Valse noble
V. Eusebius
VI. Florestan
VII. Coquette
VIII. Réplique
IX. Papillons
X. A.S.C.H. – S.C.H.A Lettres dansantes
XI. Chiarina
XII. Chopin
XIII. Estrella
XIV. Reconnaissance
XV. Pantalon et Colombine
XVI. Valse Allemande
XVII. Paganini
XIX. Promenade
XX. Pause
XXI. Marche des “Davidsbündler” contre les Philistins
Edgar Jaber, piano

Resident Musicians

Born in 1994 in New York, the Javanese-American violonist Dhyani Dharmawati Heath has given recitals in France, USA, Canada, Austria and the UK. She has performed as soloist with the American Romantics in 2017 and 2018, as well as with the Galega chamber orchestra in 2016. Having studied at the Mozarteum in Salzburg and as a scholarship recipient at the Yale School of Music, she is completing her studies in Paris as a Harriet Hale Woolley scholar, in the artist diploma program at the CNSMDP.

Born in Boston and raised in Bucharest, Edgar Jaber is currently finalizing a master’s degree in Mathematics and Engineering at CentraleSupélec/Université Paris-Saclay. He is a pupil of the Romanian pianists Toma Popovici and Viorica Rădoi at the National University of Music in Bucharest. His repertoire focuses mainly on classical and romantic german composers as well as early XXth century modernism.

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