The festival’s new project supports 14 young women musicians in its first year. Awarded musicians will benefit from the fund in order to study abroad, to join masterclasses, to enter competitions or auditions or to access to a top notch instrument.
Turkey's first "child prodigy" İdil Biret is also on stage to support the Women Stars of Tomorrow project in its first year.
Sonata for oboe & piano, FP 185
Francis Poulenc composed Sonata for oboe & piano in 1962. One year prior to his death, he adapted this piece to the unforgettable masterpiece of Prokofiev: Romea and Juliet. The sonata has unusual movements and leaves a dark impression.
As a biografical analysis of his own work, Poulenc states that his homosexuality stands as the epicenter of his composition.
Rhapsody for Harp
Danse sacrée et danse profane
Sonata for Piano and Oboe, FP 185
Variations on a Corelli Theme, op. 42
Piano Quartet No.1, op.25