Sinfonia Toronto | Beethoven’s Fifth! 25th & 5th!
October 21 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm$52
Beethoven’s best, a brilliant premiere and spectacular violin virtuosity
Regard de l’anniversaire XXV Louis Sauter (1955 – )
Louis Sauter is a French musician who, before retiring from it also had a notable career as an electrical engineer. He carried out research in speech processing and multimedia and moved into management, including serving as project manager of the Planck HFI Ground Segment, part of an astrophysics mission which enriched our understanding of the universe. His engineering and music have sometimes combined, in a project at the famous new-music centre IRCAM and consulting for a national opera house.
A mostly self-taught musician, Sauter benefited from attending sessions by Olivier Messiaen and studying composition and orchestration with Ricardo Nillni. As a tenor in the Pasdeloup and Orchestre Colonne Choirs, he has performed in the Salle Pleyel, Chartres Cathedral and the Palais Omnisports de Bercy, for French Television and on several cd recordings.
He has composed over a hundred works for solo instruments, voice, chamber ensembles and orchestra. His compositions have been recorded and performed by professional musicians and music schools throughout Europe as well as in the US, Canada, Mexico, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Nigeria and Japan.
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