The French cellist Camille Thomas (1988) is conquering the music world with dizzying speed. The criticisms are fierce. Wherever this charming personality appears, it receives nothing but praise.
Together with her fellow countryman, the pianist Julien Brocal (1987), pupil of Maria João Pires, she will perform two cello sonatas and a bouquet of French and Polish gems, some of which are delicate arrangements for cello and piano. Camille plays a Stradivarius "Feuermann" (1730) and a bow by Eugène Sartory.
A new star cellist has been discovered!
Debussy Clair de lune, Cellosonate, Valse ‘La plus que lente’
Satie Gymnopédie nr 1
Poulenc Les chemins de l’amour
Françaix Mouvement perpétuel
Boulanger Trois Pièces
Chopin Cellosonate op 65, Introduction et Polonaise brillante op 33