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Pascal Dubreuil  

   After several years study with Yannick le Gaillard, PASCAL DUBREUIL was awarded the diplomas in both harpsichord and basso continuo from the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique in Paris. He continued his studies with various teachers, notably Kenneth Gilbert, and especially Gustav Leonhardt. He also studied orchestral direction with Nicholas Brochot. A prizewinner at Bruges in 1997, he is now pursuing a career as performer and teacher. He has appeared throughout Europe as a harpsichordist, but also on the clavichord and fortepiano. This has been both as soloist and chamber musician, particularly with Musica Aeterna Brastislava, and as continuo-player with various ensembles such as Ensemble vocal de l'Abbaye aux Dames de Saintes and Sagittarius, as well as with soloists such as Claire Michon, Patrick Ayrton (as a harpsichord duo), François Fernandez, Marie Rouquié, Bruno Boterf and Ricardo Rapoport. He is regularly invited for festivals such as the Printemps des Arts, the Académies musicales de Saintes, the Festival de Música Antiga in Barcelona, the festival Dni starej hudby in Bratislava or the Ruhr Klavier Festival . He has recorded with the labels Le Chant du Monde, K 617 and Arion, and currently records with Ramée. His recording with the latter of Bach's six Partitas (RAM 0804) was universally acclaimed by international critics, and received several awards, among which the prestigious German Recording Critics Award (Preis der Deutschen Schallplattenkritik). Pascal Dubreuil is currently professor of harpsichord and chamber-music at the early music department of the Rennes Conservatoire. He also teaches harpsichord and musical rhetoric at the Centre d'Études Supérieures de Musique et de Danse de Poitiers. In 2009 he founded the ensemble Il Nuovo Concerto, of which is the artistic director. He is also the founder of the early music festival "Baroque... et vous ?" in Rennes. His research into musical rhetoric over many years has led him to publish, jointly with Agathe Sueur, the first complete French translation of Joachim Burmeister's 1606 treatise Musica Poetica, as well as important extracts from two of Burmeister's other treatises (Mardaga, 2007). Pascal Dubreuil is also often invited as a member of juries for exams and competitions, and to lead masterclasses, both in France and abroad.


Fait pour les Anglois

Johann Sebastian Bach
Fait pour les Anglois

The English Suites BWV 806-811

Pascal Dubreuil, harpsichord

 


Catalogue No.: RAM 1207
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Johann Sebastian Bach, Clavier-Übung II

Johann Sebastian Bach
Clavier-Übung II

Pascal Dubreuil, harpsichord

5 Diapasons


Catalogue No.: RAM 1001    >>BUY THIS CD

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Johann Sebastian Bach, Partitas

Johann Sebastian Bach
Partitas

Clavier-Übung I (1731) — BWV 825-830



Pascal Dubreuil, harpsichord

5 Diapasons

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Catalogue No.: RAM 0804
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