As the 2019 « ADAMI Classical Revelation », Jérémy Garbarg embodies the new generation of the French cello school. He is laureate of numerous international completions as the Societa Umanitaria (Italy), Johannes Brahms (Austria) and Viña del Mar (Chile). He is also laureate of the Banque Populaire Foundation.
His playing has been described as “deeply moving and generous”. It leads him to perform regularly in France and abroad. He appears in the following medias : Medici.tv, Dakapp, France Musique, Le Violoncelle, La Lettre du Musicien, TSF Jazz, …
He performs in the most prestigious concert halls around the world : Paris Philharmine, Salle Cortot, Vuitton Foundation, Seine Musicale, Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, Schloss Elmau (Germany), Prinzregent Theater (Münich, Germany), Flagey (Bruxelles, Belgium), Victoria Hall (Geneva, Switzerland), Sala Verdi (Milano, Italy), Casa da Musica (Porto, Portugal), Ozawa Hall (Tanglewood, USA), Valparaiso Senate (Chile), Tongyeong Concert Hall (South-Korea), …
Since 2018, Jérémy Garbarg has been artist-in-residence at the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel under the guidance of Gary Hoffman and Jeroen Reuling. He is also taking part in the Gautier Capuçon’s Class of Excellence, and benefits from the advices of Jérôme Pernoo and François Salque.
He plays on a fine Rugieri cello ca. 1700 with a rare bow by François Peccatte and is supported by the ADAMI, the Safran Foundation and the Or du Rhin Foundation.
[…]Jérémy Garbarg is part of the new generation of cellists. It is part of a tradition or continuity for this stringed instrument which has left a line of renowned performers. He has just been awarded from the Classic Adami Revelations.[…]
Interview given as a finalist of the Suggia Prize in Porto, Portugal.
[…]As for the performance of the young musicians, it is simply remarkable. Each one is demanding to the smallest details and from their mutual listening is born a unity and depth as it was a long-standing permanent ensemble.[…]
Interview for Gautier Capuçon’s Class of Excellence at the Louis Vuitton Foundation
[…]the very young cellist Jérémy Garbarg offered, in the overwhelming cello solo preceding the “Serpent d’Airain”, magnificent generosity.[…]
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