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The 12/20/2020

Annulé et Reporté - Concert Les Milles Musicaux : Maxence Pilchen

At 5 p.m., concert by Maxence Pilchen.


Franco-Belgian pianist, Maxence Pilchen started playing music at age 3 with Anne-Marie Oberreit. The latter quickly noticed her natural gifts and, in nine years of teaching, allowed her to develop them thanks to an excellent pedagogy. From the age of 5, Maxence Pilchen took part in concerts and at the age of 11 won the televised competition for the Young Soloists of the RTBF in Brussels. The following year, he won the world competition for young musicians broadcast on RAI Uno in Bologna.
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He then continued his musical journey in contact with several great personalities in the world of music, allowing him to acquire a training that was both solid and rich in various influences. He was thus advised and followed by Janusz Olejniczak in Warsaw, Bernard Ringeissen in Paris, Daniel Blümenthal and Diane Andersen in Brussels, but also by Byron Janis in New York, a pianist with whom he had a very special relationship.

Maxence Pilchen's vast repertoire, for solo piano and for orchestra, has earned him acclaim from critics and the musical world for his interpretations of Bach, Mozart, Beethoven and Chopin as well as for Debussy, Rachmaninov, Stravinsky, Albert Roussel or Prokofiev and for contemporary works in the creation of which he participated. The breadth of his repertoire has also enabled him to be awarded at numerous international competitions including Porto, Barcelona, Epinal and Rome. He has been nominated twice by RTBF as "Soloist of the Year" to the group Radios Francophones Publiques, which brings together the major French, Swiss, Canadian and Belgian broadcasters. He also received the Maurice Lefranc Prize in Brussels for a Young Hope.

On the strength of these distinctions, Maxence Pilchen has performed in prestigious venues around the world, notably the Mozarteum in Salzburg, the Coliseum in Porto, the Royal Theater of the Mint and the Palace of Fine Arts in Brussels, as well as the Warsaw Philharmonic and the Gaveau room in Paris.

The public was also able to discover it at major musical events such as the Chopin Festival in Bagatelle, the Dinard International Festival, and during prestigious events in Monaco, the Netherlands, Austria, Italy, Switzerland. , Spain, Poland, Romania, Cyprus, Portugal but also in Korea and in several cities of the United States.

Within his varied repertoire, Frédéric Chopin has long occupied a special place in the career and the heart of Maxence Pilchen. It is therefore quite natural that in 2015 he dedicated his first CD to the 24 Préludes by the romantic composer (Paraty).
His subtle and personal interpretation has been hailed by numerous critics such as L'Education Musicale, Crescendo Magazine sensitive to this “new reading of the Preludes” and Classica which awarded him four stars. Building on this success, the pianist is preparing the recording of a second CD still with Paraty.
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Maxence Pilchen is pursuing his concert career with the support of the Safran Foundation for Music. He is also the artistic director of the Boucard Haut-Berry Festival

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Salle Saint-Joseph 56470 LA TRINITE SUR MER

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  • - Tarif adhérent : 17,00€
  • - Tarif jeune - 13 ans : 13,00€
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