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Christian-Pierre La Marca


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    Requiem en ré mineur, Op. 48: "Pie Jesu" - Gabriel Fauré, Alexis Kossenko, Les Ambassadeurs, Elizabeth Geiger
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    Pavane, Op. 50 (Arr. for Cello and Piano) - Gabriel Fauré, Lise de la Salle
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    Suite in G Major, RCT 6: No. 14, Les sauvages - Arr. for Solo Cello - Nouvelles suites de pièces de clavecin - Jean-Philippe Rameau,
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    Mass, Op. 12: V. Panis Angelicus - César Franck, Philippe Jaroussky, Thierry Escaich
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    Suite pour violoncelle No.1 en sol majeur, BWV 1007: Praeludium - Johann Sebastian Bach,
Hailed by Le Monde as belonging to ‘the French cello elite’ Christian-Pierre La Marca has, in the space of a few years, distinguished himself by his radiant presence in the world’s leading concert halls and his recordings, all of which have won awards.
After making his debut in Aix-en-Provence, he studied in Paris with Jean-Marie Gamard and Philippe Muller, before continuing with Frans Helmerson in Cologne and Steven Isserlis in London. He rounded off his training with masterclasses under Mstislav Rostropovich, Heinrich Schiff, Anner Bylsma and Gary Hoffman, and benefited from the advice and encouragement of such musical personalities as Itzhak Perlman, Philippe Jaroussky, Thomas Quasthoff, Leif Ove Andsnes, Maria João Pires, the Artemis Quartett and Seiji Ozawa. His trajectory was crowned with success at international competitions in Osaka, Frankfurt and London (Philharmonia), and he has several times been invited to appear at the Victoires de la Musique Classique. Christian-Pierre La Marca is a socially committed artist who initiated the ‘Concert for the Planet’ with the GoodPlanet Foundation and Yann Arthus-Bertrand, a solidarity event intended to raise funds for the environment. He is also artistic director with his brother, of the Forez Festival, and teaches at the Philippe Jaroussky Music Academy at La Seine Musicale.
Christian-Pierre La Marca is a Larsen Strings and Gewa ambassador. He plays a cello by Jean-Baptiste Vuillaume from the golden age (1856).


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