Hélène Tysman & Francis Huster

Literary concert

France

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A sincere bond unites the pianist Hélène Tysman and the
actor Francis Huster in the literary concert Une nuit chez
Musset.
Pianist Hélène Tysman and actor Francis Huster alternate
the Ballades de Chopin and the texts by Alfred de Musset.
TWO EMBLEMATIC FIGURES OF ROMANTISM
Chopin's ballads interpreted by Hélène Tysman are
respond to the writings of Alfred de Musset, served by Francis Huster.
The public is invited to a double dialogue: that of two icons
romantic and that of two fiery and generous artists,
virtuosos in their art. The listeners who already came in large numbers to
representations were not mistaken. Flowing tongue filled
of grace and lucidity 
 
A sincere bond unites the pianist Hélène Tysman and the
actor Francis Huster in the literary concert Une nuit chez
Musset.
Pianist Hélène Tysman and actor Francis Huster alternate
the Ballades de Chopin and the texts by Alfred de Musset.
TWO EMBLEMATIC FIGURES OF ROMANTISM
Chopin's ballads interpreted by Hélène Tysman are
respond to the writings of Alfred de Musset, served by Francis Huster.
The public is invited to a double dialogue: that of two icons
romantic and that of two fiery and generous artists,
virtuosos in their art. The listeners who already came in large numbers to
representations were not mistaken. Flowing tongue filled
of grace and lucidity of Musset resonates the solar lyricism of
Chopin. The pianist's poetry is matched by a play inspired by
actor.

THE TUMULTE OF NOTES (according to the newspaper La Montagne)
The program includes an extract from the stanzas of "La Nuit de la
December ”, and it is with this poem that Francis Huster begins his
literary recital, thus echoing a first Ballad
almost sweet where the tumult of notes is already on the surface. By voice
monochord and solitary, with flexible and colorful fingering, the choir of
small church of Châteloy gave all its power. The silence that
followed the "forte", the breaks of a disillusioned Octave, by Lorenzo as brutal as disenchanted found in this place all their
resonance. The expressiveness of the two artists is revealed by the
on a stripped stage, letting the works speak for themselves. The
Prelude No. 14 and "The Perdican", tortured and victim of his
expectations which confides: "I suffered often, I was wrong
sometimes, but I liked ... ", completed this" Night at
Musset ”, warmly applauded.

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