Ongaku no Tomo Magazine Japan from september 2015 edition
What’s new in 2016 :
Camerata de Lausanne is directed by Pierre Amoyal one of today’s Master of the violin and celebrated pupil of the great legend Jascha Heifetz.
Based in Lausanne, the Camerata was created in 2002 is now coming up to the Japanese public for the first time. The winner of the 2012 Queen Elisabeth competition, Andrey Baranov, will also join to the ensemble. In July 2016 together with pianist Akira Wakabayashi Camerata de Lausanne will play Chopin’s 1st Concerto and will also collaborate with flutist Yumi Yamagata and pianist Jun Kanno. The diverse program will also include Tchaikovsky’s Serenade and arrangements made for Amoyal which will surely attract large audiences.