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From January 6th to 13th, David Grimal and the orchestra performed two great symphonic works, both unfinished. The audiences from the Opéra de Dijon, the Philharmonie de Paris, the Théâtre de Caen and the Volcan, Scène Nationale du Havre had the pleasure to discover Berio's Rendering (written from sketches by Schubert for his 10th Symphony) and Bruckner's 9th Symphony. 
For this series of concerts, the rehearsals took place in the Auditorium at the Opéra de Dijon, a venue the musicians appreciate and a city in which they love to meet !




Eilat, small Israeli town, is known, among other things, for its chamber music festival that welcomes each year chamber musicians acclaimed across the world. This year's edition was dedicated to Beethoven on the occasion of the 250th anniversary of his birth, giving the opportunity to the orchestra to pay tribute to the great composer with two concerts. David Grimal and Les Dissonances performed Beethoven's violin Concerto with Fritz Kreisler's virtuoso cadences, the 4th and 7th Symphonies and the Triple Concerto with David Grimal playing the violin, Xavier Phillips the cello and Boris Berezovsky the piano. Note that the last performance enabled the ensemble to play for the first time with a piano soloist !


David Grimal, Les Dissonances

L. v. Beethoven, Concerto pour violon
III. Rondo.Allegro