In 2004, Sandro Compagnon began his scholarship at Annecy Conservatory in the class of Mr. Charnay and Mancuso and then joined the class of Jean-Denis Michat in Lyon’s conservatory. In 2006, he won the third prize at the Gap competition in the under 16 category, in 2010 the 3rd prize in the Valenciennes competition in the solo category and reached the semi-finals of the Adolphe Sax international competition in 2014. He performs in jazz festivals and he regularly performs with André Manoukian. Compagnon is also a founding member of OG Loc 5 heads, quintet with which he won the Ain'Pro Jazz competition and recorded at Jazz (s) Ra Production. He is currently pursuing his bachelor's degree at the CNSMDP in Claude Delangle's class. More recently, he won the first prize at the Osaka Chamber Music Competition with the Zahir quartet. Eudes Bernstein is one of the most versatile french saxophonists of the new generation. He is currently studying for his master's degree at Conservatoire Supérieur de Musique de Paris with international soloist Claude Delangle. He also has a bachelor's degree in Musicology at Paris Sorbonne University. In 2015 he founded the Niobé Saxophone Quartet which won Second Prize at the prestigious International Osaka Chamber Music Competition in 2017. He also founded the Dämmerung Trio and organized a "Berlin 1930" day around forbidden WW2 composers such as Paul Hindemith and Erwin Schulhoff. Bernstein has received several prizes in international competitions and in September 2017 hr won the 2nd prize (1st prize was not awarded) at the Aeolus International Competition for Wind Instruments. He made his debut as a soloist with the Polish Chamber Philharmonie in Rostock Festpiele.
Jul 14 201815:30
Sandro Compagnon and Eudes Bernstein
recitalVincent David (1974): Onomatopée for baritone and alto saxophonesJonathan Pontier (1977): Terra Incognita for two soprano saxophonesNicolas Fox (1988): Creation for baritone and soprano saxophones
STUDENT CENTER Theatre &TD Semicircular Hall Savska cesta 25