C0 note (16,35 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

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C0 note (16,35 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

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Berset, Claude 




Besides his concert activities in the field of classical music, Claude Berset extremely versatile pianist and composer, is also interested in improvised music, especially Jazz. He played in various formations. Winner of the competition "Piano 80" in Winterthur in 1989, he gives concerts both as soloist and in chamber music formations and orchestre. he created several musical and theatrical performance like "Concord Sonata," by Charles Ives in 1993 and a mini festival Schoenberg piano works and chamber music presented by Philippe de Albéra in 2001. He participated in musical theater "No five" (Kagel, Cage, etc.), Luc Ferrari Festival (2003) and in "The amplitudes" Festival (2007) by performing various works of Salvatore Sciarrino. As a composer, he created several pieces for the theater, film, and various chamber music ensembles and big-band.
As a pianist, he played the first performance of the concerto "Ricercare" by composer Charles Uzor in Switzerland (Basel, St. Gallen and at the radio studio in Bern). this concerto was recorded and released by the label Col Legno. For a Recital at the Tonhalle Zurich, he formed a piano duo with Werner Bärtschi with whom he performed in German-speaking Switzerland and abroad. For several years he managed with his wife Mireille Bellenot a piano duet exploring the classical and contemporary repertoire for two pianos or four hands (Crumb, Rabinovitch, Kurtag, as well as works by Swiss composers). He played also the World Premiere of "Didascalies 2 "for two pianos and viola by Luc Ferrari with the Belgian pianist Jean-Philippe Collard and Vincent Royer, alto. This work was released by the Label In June 2010 Sub Rosa (Brussels).



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