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Elodie Vignon

Elodie Vignon

In early 2024, Elodie Vignon released her first album with orchestra, Songes, with the Czech Virtuosi ensemble, led by Belgian conductor Eric Lederhandler.
After three critically acclaimed solo albums, starting with Claude Debussy, followed by D'ombres (Claude Ledoux and Henri Dutilleux) and Dans l'air du soir (Franz Liszt and Isaac Albéniz), Elodie is continuing her research into an aesthetic she holds dear.

A regular guest at Flagey, the Festivals de Wallonie, the Palais des Beaux Arts de Charleroi, the Concerts de Midis de Liège and many other Belgian cultural institutions, she played for 10 years at the Palm Beach Atlantic University Piano Festival, notably under the baton of Philippe Entremont. Artist in residence at the Bell'arte Foundation (founded by Nelson Delle Vigne Fabbri 30 years ago), she performs throughout Europe (France, Luxembourg, Lithuania, Spain, Italy...) and the United States (Atlanta Chopin Society, Steinway Hall of New York).

In February 2025, she will be the guest of Flagey Piano Days for the inauguration of her complete Claude Debussy cycle, the first part of which will be published by Cypres. She will be the first French woman to embark on this project in over 55 years. A project based on Concerti by women composers will take place at the RTBF Musiq3 Festival in Flagey in June 2025.

Languages spoken: French and English

Photo credit: India Lange

Kreuzfahrten in Begleitung von Elodie Vignon