2 September 2018, 15h00
Pierre Amoyal, direction
Benjamin Righetti, orgue
Giovanni Battista Pergolesi – Concertino pour cordes en sol majeur
Franz Liszt – Prélude et fugue sur B.A.C.H.
Francis Poulenc – Concerto pour orgue, orchestre à cordes et timbales en sol mineur
Maurice Duruflé – Suite op 5
ÉGLISE DU SACRÉ-COEUR
Montreux / Switzerland
TRONDHEIM INTL CHAMBER MUSIC ACADEMY
24-30 September 2018
Koiné Trio (FR/CH/ES)
The Koiné Trio was founded in 2017 by three young musicians meeting in the Sibelius Academy, Helsinki. The trio consists of violinist Mathieu Garguillo (France), cellist Basile Ausländer (Switzerland) and pianist Pau Fernández Benlloch (Spain).
4 October 2018, 20h00
"Sonnengesang" (1997) de Sophia Gubaïdulina (1931-)
Académie Vocale de Suisse Romande
Renaud Bouvier et Dominique Tille, direction
Jacques Hostettler et Nicolas Sutter, percussions
Basile Auslaender, violoncelle
Eglise St. François
Basile Auslaender was born in 1996 in Lausanne (Switzerland). He started playing the cello at the age
of five, as a student of Denis Guy's at the Conservatoire de Lausanne. A year later he started playing the
harpsichord, first under Christine Sartoretti’s tuition, then Claire-Anne Piguet’s. Basile owes his tutors
great musical sensitivity as well as high technical expectancies.
At the age of seven Basile started playing chamber music and orchestra. In 2006 he took part for the
first time in the Swiss Youth Music Competition, for which he was awarded several times a first prize
with distinction, both in solo and chamber music categories. He has played for many different
ensembles, ranging from duets to symphonic orchestras. At the age of fourteen, he played for the first
time as a soloist with the Orchestre du Conservatoire de Lausanne, conducted by Hervé Klopfenstein.
He was then invited several times to play as a soloist with the Orchestre des Jeunes de la Suisse
Romande, under the direction of conductors Théophanis Kapsopoulos and Patrick Genet of the Sine
In 2011, for his foundation year at the Conservatoire de Lausanne, Basile entered the class of François
Salque, also professor at the Conservatoire de Paris (CNSMDP). He has carried on with the same tutor
for his Bachelor, and with his current Master's degree. In 2013 he was invited with his quartet to play in
Singapore. He returned there in 2015 as a co-soloist for the Orchestre des Continents, performing at the
Esplanade Concert Hall, and a week later at the Paléo Festival in Nyon (Switzerland). That year he also
passed his Bachelor recital with the highest grade. This performance earned him the scholarship for
Talent and Creativity from the Fondation Casino Barrière Montreux. Shortly after, he was playing in
the Enescu Cello Competition.
In June 2017 Basile Auslaender obtained his Solo Master's degree with the highest mark. He also
received the Max D. Jost Prize for the best solo recital with orchestra. Since then, he plays as an
alternate with the Chamber Orchestra of Lausanne under the direction of well-known conductors such
as Christian Zacharias or Gabor Takacs-Nagy and MusicAeterna of Perm (RU) under the direction of
Theodor Currentzis. He participates in various musical projects in France and Switzerland with the
Camerata de Lausanne, under the direction of Pierre Amoyal, and has been invited to play in Germany
(with Daniel Schnyder’s ensemble), and in Russia (with Anastasia Subrakova and Ilya Lekhanov).
Basile Auslaender joined in August 2017 the cello class of Marko Ylönen at the Sibelius Academy in
Helsinki and pursues both his studies and his young career as a musician.