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As the 2019 « ADAMI Classical Revelation », Jérémy Garbarg embodies the new generation of the French cello school. He is the First Prize Winner of the Societa Umanitaria Competition in Milano with the Consonance Duo. He is also awarded 3rd Prize and Audience Award in the international competitions 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 is regularly invited by the Paris Chamber Music Center, the Seiji Ozawa Academy, the Prades-Casals Festivals, the Palazzetto Bru Zane, the Young Talents European Festival, the Rencontres de Bélaye, the Grands Crus de Bourgogne Festival, the Rencontres Franco Américaines, Ysaÿe’s Knokke, … and 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.
Among his future projects, concerts and recordings the Morgen Duo and the Consonance Trio, concerts as a soloist at the Vuitton Foundation and the Philharmonie de Paris, …
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.
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