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Date(s) - 15/12/2018
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

The Calcutta School of Music


The french pianist Olivier Moulin studied under Eric Heidsieck and Gery Moutier at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique of Lyon, where he was unanimously awarded first prize with honors.

First noticed when he won the Radio-France’s Royaume de la Musique competition, Olivier Moulin is also prizewinner of the Epinal International Piano Competition and the Jeunesses Musicales de France Prize, the Maurice Ravel International Academ.He is supported by the Musical Patronage program at the Société Générale bank and the Déclic program at Institut Français, which promotes young French musicians abroad.


Olivier Moulin dedicates this piano-recital program to Claude  Debussy, a french  composer who claims an  important  legacy  from  the  great  french   musicians  of  the  baroque  era  (Rameau,  Couperin),  but  also  from  Frederic  Chopin,  whose  mastery   of  piano  form  and  writing  had  a  great  influence.

Also, the evening will be an occasion  to  listen  to  five  pieces  from  the  «  Hindu  Songs  and  Dances  »   written  by  Inayat  Khan  between  1913  and  1914.   This  recital  program  around  Debussy  is  structured  as  a  link  between  the  East  and  the  West.

Jean- Philippe Rameau (1683-1764)

Le  Rappel  des  oiseaux,  Tambourin,  la  Villageoise

Claude  Debussy  (1862  –  1918)

Hommage  à  Rameau   

Suite  Bergamasque  (Prélude,  Menuet,  Clair  de  lune,  Passepied)    

Frédéric  Chopin  (1810  -­‐  1849)  

Prélude  n°15  opus  28  

Ballade  n°1  in  g  minor

Claude  Debussy  (1862  –  1918)  


Et  la  lune  descend  sur  le  temple  qui  fut      

Hazrat  Inayat  Khan  (1882  –  1927)  

5  pieces  from  the  «  Hindu  Songs  and  Dances»  :  The  song  of  the  dawn,  The  prayer  of  the  ioggies,   Sakuntala’s  lament,  the  flowergirls  prayer,  Sacrifice  

Claude  Debussy  (1862  –  1918)        

Berceuse  héroïque  

Poissons  d’or  (from  Images  –  2nd  book)