Foto: Béatrice Cruveiller

Unconventional and original in her choice of repertoire, Marie-Catherine Girod has made herself a special place in the musical world by her virtuosic interpretation of unknow repertoire. Her performances delivery counterpoised by masterly technique and her personal engagement, have allowed a large audience to get acquainted with composers such as Abel Decaux, Charles Tournemire, Paul Le Flem, Vincent d’Indy, Maurice Emmanuel or Louis Aubert, but also Arnold Bax or York Bowen for the
English music, without of course neglecting the classic and romantic repertoire in which she excels as testify her recordings of Chopin, Franck, Rachmaninov or Weber.
Regularly invited to perform in festivals such as the festival Chopin de Bagatelle et de Nohant, the festival de la Roque d’Anthéron, where she played the complete Nocturnes by Chopin in 2016, La Folle Journée de Nantes and La Folle Journée de Tokyo, and also festivals abroad, including the Husum Festival in Germany devoted to « Rareties of Piano Music ». She also takes part periodically in radio shows in France Musique or in Radio Classique.
Marie-Catherine Girod teaches at the École Normale de Musique de Paris.
She was made a Knight of Arts and Letters and Chevalier in the Order of Merite.

Friday, 04.06.2022
8.00 pm: Piano recital

Marie-Catherine Girod

Tickets Rittersaal
Tickets Green Hall (listeners)
Programme »Six Petits Concerts«

Charles-Valentin Alkan
Chant op.38 Nr.1 - Asses Vivement - (1857)
Anna Bon die Venezia
(1738- ca. 1767)
Sonate g-Moll op.2 nr.1 (1757)
Amy Beach
Scottisch Legend op.54 Nr.1
Dancing Leaves op.102 Nr.2
Clara Schumann
Scherzo Nr.2 c-Moll op.14 (1841)
Drei Romanzen op.21 (1853/55)
Andante a-Moll
Allegretto F-Dur
Agitato g-Moll
Largo - Allegro moderato
Fanny Hensel
aus:Six mélodies pour le piano op.4- (1847)
Allegro assai
Allegro molto quasi presto
Jeanne Barbillion
Provence (1926)
Bord de mer, le soir
Fête de soleil
Henriette Bosmans
aus:6 Préludes (1918)
III. Agitato
IV. Allegretto
VI. Presto man non troppp
Mel Bonis
Mélisande (1898)
Ophélie (1909/ersch.1998)
Ballade op.36 (1897)