Sat. July 25th, 2020



Notre-Dame Church


Seats are not numbered

From 10€ to 25€

The Blue Note


Jean-François Antonioli


Mazurkas opus 59
Barcarolle opus 60
Polonaise-fantasy opus 61
Two Nocturnes opus 62
Piano Sonata No. 3 in B minor opus 58

Internationally recognized, notably for his convincing interpretations of Chopin’s work, Jean-François Antonioli is engaging this evening with precision and fervor in an exercise in which he excels.

If the music of Frédéric Chopin resonates in this aesthetic climate of the time when music, literature and painting inspired for Georges Sand “the language of infinity”, his cantabile for piano is not without evoking the novelist, admirer of the composer, the famous blue note: “Our eyes fill with soft hues which correspond to the soft modulations seized by the auditory sense. And then the blue note rings out and here we are in the transparent night sky. “(George Sand)