Éric-Maria Couturier | Recital
Welcome to a recital with professor Éric-Maria Couturier where he will present new works for cello solo and electric guitar pedals.
The works are composed by students from the composition class of Malmö Academy of Music.
- William Väänänen (1999) - Storm for cello
- Frederik Zeuthen (1996) - Cello sonata movement
- Emanuele Maria Fiammentti (1993) - Dianthus for cello
- Gonçalo Rodrigues (1991) - If there's a Heaven for cello
- Veronika Voetmann (1986) - Glacier for cello and electronics
About Éric-Maria Couturier
Born in 1972 in Vietnam, Éric-Maria Couturier obtained the highest distinctions during his studies at the Paris Conservatory, in the class of Roland Pidoux.
Eclectic and versatile artist, passionate about all styles of music, Éric-Maria Couturier performs on major international stages with the Ensemble intercontemporain, solo or in chamber music with the trio Talweg, Mauricio Pollini, Martha Argerich and Juliana Steinbach.
Éric-Maria Couturier has collaborated with personalities such as Boulez, Sawallisch, Solti, Giulini, Kurtag, Eötvös, Mälkki, Nott, Pintscher, Rundel, Deroyer. He has played the cello concertos of Haydn, Dvořák, Korngold, Eötvös, Merlin, Fujikura, Saraariaho, Kurtág.
Yann Robin composed his cello concerto “Quarks” performed in France, Switzerland and Japan. The recording was released in 2021. He is collaborating with many ensembles such as Lemanic with whom he recorded the Yann Robin new cello concerto. With Bertrand Chavarria-Aldrete, artist and guitarist, they created the new langage of the music of Jose Luis Torá.
Passionate about pedagogy, he teaches as assistant professor at the Paris Conservatory, and has been regularly invited to give masterclasses and workshops on classical and contemporary music in France, Russia, Korea, Japan, China.
Right now he is doing an artistic residency at Malmö Academy of Music in collaboration with Sound Environment Center of Lund University organised by PhD candidate Bertrand Chavarría-Aldrete.