16 May 2016
« Lydie Solomon (Concert on Pianino) ‘Palma de Primavera' »
« Date: May 30th
Time: 9 PM
Location: Patio de l’Estudi general Lul·lià
Address: Carrer Sant Roc, 4 »
« Lydie Solomon’s biography
.-« Premier Prix » with the highest honours – Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris at eighteen in Jacques Rouvier’s class.
.-Graduated from ESSEC (Ecole Supérieure des Sciences Economiques et Commerciales) with an MBA in Cergy, France.
.-Trained as an actress at the Cours Florent and at the Actors Studio en Paris.
.-A pianist, an actress, a composer, a singer, Lydie Solomon follows an astounding artistic path, featuring:
– her album Eldorado : de Padre Soler à Piazzolla (2011) elected « Coup de coeur » by Alain Duault on RTL,
– her album De Chopin à Cuba (2014), highlighted by the media in France (France 5, L'Est Républicain, La Dépêche du Midi, Radio Notre Dame, Radio Libertaire…) as well as abroad, in Poland, in Abu Dhabi, in Mexico,
– concert tours in Cuba (2012), in Poland (2014-2015-2016), in Mexico (2014), in Abu Dhabi (where she opened the Abu Dhabi Classics 2014-2015 international season), in Belgium (2015-2016),
– an autobiographic pianist role in the long movie Vivre ! by the late Yvon Marciano (2009),
– a role in the television series Profilage on TF1 (2013).
Lydie (Waï) composed latin-jazz songs, released in 2009 an album, Harmonie (highlighted in the magazine Jazz Hot), featuring a North-American, Argentinian and Brazilian rhythm section, and performed concerts as a singer (Le Duc des Lombards, Le Baiser Salé…).
On February 11th, 2016, for the first time Lydie Solomon played in concert (“Chopin: the conquest of Europe”, in Paris) on a piano from Frédéric Chopin’s era: a Pleyel “Petit Patron” piano from 1839, restored by Amerigo Olivier Fadini.
A piano child prodigy (she played Ode to Joy by Beethoven by ear at the age of two), Lydie Solomon fascinates the media with her innovative career path: in France (Le Figaro, Le Parisien, France 2, RFI, KTO TV…) but also abroad.
Recital by Lydie Solomon
Chopin: the conquest of Europe
Pianino Pleyel from 1838 restored by Olivier Fadini
Works by Frédéric Chopin (1810-1849)
March 1st, 1810 – November 2nd, 1830: Żelazowa Wola, Warsaw
Nocturne No. 20, Op. posth. Composed in Warsaw in 1830
Various stays between 1828 and 1836: Berlin, Dresden, Munich, Stuttgart, Aachen, Dusseldorf, Koblenz, Cologne, Carlsbad, Leipzig, Heidelberg, Marienbad, Kassel, Frankfurt
Etude, Op. 10, No. 12, “Revolutionary Etude” Composed in Stuttgart in 1831
Waltz, Op. 69, No. 1, « Farewell Waltz » Composed in Dresden in 1835
Pierścień (The Ring), Op. 74, No. 14 Composed in Dresden in 1836
Barcelona and Majorca (November 1838 – February 1839)
Bolero, Op. 19 Composed in Paris in 1833
Polonaise, Op. 40, No. 2 Completed in Majorca in 1839
Prelude, Op. 28, No. 15, « Raindrop Prelude » Composed in Majorca in 1839
Genoa (May 1839)
Barcarolle, Op. 60 Composed in Nohant in 1845-1846
England and Scotland
London (July 1837)
London, Manchester, Glasgow, Edinburgh (April – November 1848)
Berceuse, Op. 57 Composed in Nohant in 1843, played at each of his concerts during his tour of Great Britain
September 1831 – October 17th, 1849: Paris, Nohant
Nocturne No. 13, Op. 48, No. 1 Composed in Nohant in 1841
Mazurka, Op. 68, No. 4, “Unfinished Mazurka” Composed in Paris in 1849 »