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Angele Dubeau



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Angele Dubeau interview with Penelope McQuade CBC 26-08-13
Belle et Bum - Angele Dubeau - The Chairman's Waltz - Concerning Hobbits
1 Locatelli Caprice No. 9 in C major  
2 Paganini Caprice No.24  
3 Mendelssohn Con. in Em for violin and orch Op 64  
4 Glazounov Concerto for violin in A minor, Op. 82  
5 Tchaikovsky Serenade melancolique, Op. 26  
6 Sarasate Navarra Op.33 for 2Violins and Orchestra  
7 Chopin Nocturne in C sharp minor  
8 Prokofiev Violin Concerto No.1 in D major, Op.19  
9 Mozart Le nozze di Figaro K.492  
10 Schubert Sonata for Violin & Piano in Dmaj, D 384  
11 Martinu Sonata for flute and piano, H 308  
12 Sibelius Concerto in D minor, Op.47  
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An artist of rare versatility considered one of the most prominent violin virtuosos in Canada, for over 32 years Angele Dubeau has had a dazzling career in the great concert halls of the world. With a string of some 30 recordings, many concerts with renowned orchestras and as the conductor of her own ensemble, her talent, passion and musicality have won her uncommon acclaim. Prestigious prizes and numerous official honours have marked her path, including 10 Felix awards, an Opus Prize (Audience Prize), several Chocs de la musique, a Diapason d'or and the title of Soloist of the Year 1987, awarded by the French-language public radio networks, which took her to France, Belgium and Switzerland. She has also received the Tibor Varga Prize in Switzerland (1983) and the Prize of the Americas at the Vida del Mar International Competition Prize in Chile (1985). She has also become a Member of the Order of Canada and a Knight of the Ordre national du Quebec and has been awarded the Calixa-Lavalle Prize of the St-Jean-Baptiste Society of Montreal for her outstanding contribution to music in Canada. She is proud to present this new collection of classical favorites on Virtuose.

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