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MARC VIEILLEFON

The second of the Quatuor Elysée violinist Marc Vieillefon was born in Tananarive, Madagascar, in 1968 and studied at the Paris Conservatoire before further study in Spain and Canada, and in the United States with Isaac Stern, the Amadeus and Guarneri Quartets, Istomin, Laredo, Fleischer, the Fontenay Trio and Zimmermann, among others. From 1990 to 1996 he was a member of the Trio Pelléas, with which he won a number of important international prizes. He has made various recordings for radio and television and appeared in major festivals and in concerts throughout Europe and in Japan.

For more information, please visiti the website of Quatuor Elysée.


Albums featuring this artist are available for download from ClassicsOnline.com
Role: Classical Artist 
Album Title  Catalogue No  Work Category 
DURUFLE: Messe Cum Jubilo / Organ Suite, Op. 5 Naxos
8.553197
Choral - Sacred
DURUFLE: Requiem / 4 Motets / Prelude and Fugue Naxos
8.553196
Choral - Sacred





 
 
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