Orchestre PhilHarmonique

Philharmonic Orchestra of Provence

Cultural, Concert, Classical music in La Ciotat
  • Concert by the Orchestre Philharmonique de Provence conducted by Dylan SAMUEL, featuring Dvorak's New World Symphony and Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue played on piano by soloist Julien SABDES.

  • Dylan SAMUEL, Conductor

    A conductor of Indian origin, Dylan SAMUEL studied conducting with Jean-Louis Maes at the Toulon Provence Méditerranée Regional Conservatoire, then as assistant to Marie-Christine Forget at the Ensemble Instrumental Méditerranéen and the Mare Nostrum Regional Choir. He went on to perfect his skills with conductors Franck Villard, Arnaud Pairier and François Dorion.

    Julien SABDES: Soloist (Piano)

    After completing his classical training at the Marseille...
    Dylan SAMUEL, Conductor

    A conductor of Indian origin, Dylan SAMUEL studied conducting with Jean-Louis Maes at the Toulon Provence Méditerranée Regional Conservatoire, then as assistant to Marie-Christine Forget at the Ensemble Instrumental Méditerranéen and the Mare Nostrum Regional Choir. He went on to perfect his skills with conductors Franck Villard, Arnaud Pairier and François Dorion.

    Julien SABDES: Soloist (Piano)

    After completing his classical training at the Marseille Conservatoire and winning a prize for chamber music and musical training (the Pierre Barbizet prize), he regularly accompanies various classical vocal ensembles, notably the Maîtrise Gabriel Fauré, on piano and liturgical organ. He has international experience in classical music and world music (Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Germany, Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Switzerland, Belgium, Vietnam, Italy, Monaco, Vatican City). His jazz and big band experience began in 2010, when he played with various regional groups: the Cabriès Big Band, the Garden Swing Big Band, the Aubagne Jazz Band and the Pertuis Big Band. He has also recorded an album with the Garden Swing Big Band and two heavy metal albums with the group Style Trip.
  • Environment
    • Town location
    • In the historic centre
  • Spoken languages
    • French
Schedules
Schedules
  • On May 26, 2024 at 5:00 PM
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