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  • Bad Kissingen, Regentenbau, Max-Littmann-Saal, 20:00
    Lobgesang
    Paavo Järvi, Christina Landshamer, Bianca Andrew, Patrick Grahl, WDR Rundfunkchor
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    Paavo Järvi, Steven Isserlis
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Cello

Tristan Cornut

principal

Born in Paris, Tristan Cornut received his first cello lessons from Annie Cochet. He studied at the Paris Conservatorium under Roland Pidoux and at the University of Music in Stuttgart and Freiburg under Jean-Guihen Queyras.

He has won awards in a number of international competitions, including the Lutoslawski Competition, the Domnick Competition, the Gaspar Cassado Competition and the ARD Music Competition.

As a chamber musician he has played alongside Antonio Meneses, Salvatore Accardo, Bruno Giuranna and Miguel da Silva and he is a prizewinner in the chamber music competitions of Melbourne and Trondheim.

Tristan Cornut has performed as a soloist with the Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra, the Munich Chamber Orchestra, Ensemble Resonanz, the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra and Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra.

Since 2012, he has been a principal at The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen.

Tristan Cornut, Cello; principal

In his free time he is interested in history and poetry.

Now available, Johannes Brahms’ Symphony No. 2 Special Edition CD
 

»Triumphant«, an »epiphany«, »magnificent« – with its fresh interpretations of Brahms, the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen is causing great waves of enthusiasm all over the world. Enjoy your very own »Magical Moment« in the comfort of your own home and discover how vibrant the Hanseatic Master can sound today!

The Second Symphony, the Tragic Overture and the Academic Festival Overture by Johannes Brahms in the elegantly designed Bremen special edition CD.

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