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Concert & Café: Augusta McKay Lodge and Florian Carré

Festival de Printemps - Les Arts Florissants


As part of the Festival de Printemps - Les Arts Florissants

Concert & Café: Augusta McKay Lodge and Florian Carré
Festival de Printemps - Les Arts Florissants


Augusta MCKAY LODGE, violin
Florian CARRÉ, harpsichord

The Concerts & Café are an emblematic event of the Festival de Printemps. The concept is simple: an artist from Les Arts Florissants offers to discover a work during a short concert, before sharing a coffee with the audience.

Augusta McKay Lodge has become a recognizable figure in Les Arts Florissants in just a few years. Spotted by William Christie while still a student at the Juilliard School in New York, this young violinist has since fully integrated the Ensemble, regularly assuming the role of first violin.

As for Florian Carré, his mastery of the continuo and accompaniment has made him a privileged collaborator of Paul Agnew and William Christie, who each year entrust him with the position of harpsichordist or organist in many of their concerts. 

These are therefore two first-rate young performers, whose singular musical personality this "Concert & Café" invites you to discover, in a virtuoso program of violin sonatas by Purcell and his contemporaries!



The Etrillard Foundation supports the Concerts & Café of the Spring Festival.

Because it is a source of inspiration for each generation, the Etrillard Foundation highlights the relevance of our European cultural heritage in the contemporary world, by participating in the preservation of exceptional sites, encouraging the transmission of knowledge and supporting cultural rediscovery, thus promoting creativity and audacity in support of emotion and sharing.


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Season 2022-23
  • Sunday, April 30 2023, 11am, Festival de Printemps

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